The 4StepsReading curriculum is made up of phonics based, decodable and sequential, reading packets for small group instruction.
The reading packets cover all syllable types in words:Closed, Open, Unit, Vowel Team, Silent E, Vowel R, and Consonant LE.
The program teaches the four syllable division rules for words-one consonant between the vowels, two consonants between the vowels, three consonants between the vowels, and four consonants between the vowels, along with common suffixes ING, ED, and ER.
Stories are kid friendly and fun to read. Packets contain two reading levels to address the needs of strong vs. struggling readers.
This program is designed to be used in an Elementary classroom for small group reading instruction or as a Home-school reading program for beginning readers.
Created by a First Grade teacher trained in the Orton–Gillingham method of reading- 4StepsReading is a tried and tested program- 4Steps Reading has been used for the past 8 years with First Graders in small group instruction.
This First Syllable Division Rule includes words, phrases, sentences and stories all centered around the teaching how to divide two syllable words with one letter between the vowels. This is one packet #22 in the syllabus from the 4StepsReading curriculum that covers an entire year of teaching reading in First Grade or in a homeschooling program. To learn more about the entire curriculum visit 4StepsReading.com.