In a Direct Instruction Reading class I took when getting my masters degree, I learned a technique that has helped my students gain letter-sound correspondence and to read CVC words with high accuracy.
The letters are in a sequence developed by the authors of the book Direct Instruction Reading by Carnine, Silbert, Kame’enui, and Tarver. I broke them up and added words in between for an easy to use book for instruction or practice. Print the pages and bind or staple them together or print to use as individual pages (laminate for lasting pages or to reuse with multiple students).
You may use this with students who struggle with specific letter-sound correspondences or who need practice with all letters. In general, you would use this for Kindergarten or struggling readers in 1st and 2nd. This is easy to teach volunteers to do with students. For added motivation, place a sticker, draw a star, color the letter, each time the student gets the sound correct. My students loved this!!!
Enjoy, Megan Turner
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