Now they'll spell their words correctly!
Students who need systematic reading instruction, in the general education classroom will benefit from these, color-coded words divided by syllable.
Students who shy away from reading words aloud, can now do so confidently.
Older students who may just need a reference page can use the word bank that is included at the end of this document, rather than using the larger word cards. The word bank can be seen in the preview above.
This word set includes 33 words - 27 of the words make up 12 different inventions.
This download includes:
33 words represented 5 ways:
- Word divided into syllables and color-coded
- Whole word color-coded - 90 or 100 font
- Syllable type labels
- Whole word, outlined, not colored in, for students to practice color-coding.
- Word bank - 12 font
In addition to the 33 color-coded words, there are 12 Word cards of the names of the inventors - not color-coded
+ 5 Teacher Reference Sheets:
- Wall chart with each color-coding rule explained - Format A
- Wall chart with each color-coding rule explained - Format B
- Syllable types defined
- Glossary: digraph, blend, glued sounds, etc.
- List of all 12 inventions with inventor's name, year of patent, and website for additional information.
Words & Inventions included:
automatic gear-shift ~ Richard Spikes
black hair products ~ Madame C.J.Walker
bread-making machine ~ Joseph Lee
Gong and Signal Chair ~ Miriam Benjamin
multiplex telegraph ~ Granville Woods
open-heart surgery ~ Daniel Hale Williams
optical illusion device ~ Valerie Thomas
potato chip ~ George Crum
Super Soaker ~ Lonnie Johnson
surgical laser machine ~ Patricia Bath
tallying machine ~ Robert Pelham
Temple’s Iron harpoon ~ Lewis Temple
Ideally, these word cards can be printed out on card stalk