3 Decodable Readers using short a and short i
Also included, a sheet with pre-made flashcards. Just print and cut apart!
When teaching my dyslexic kids how to read, I became frustrated with how few options there were of TRULY decodable readers. So to give them additional practice, I decided to create my own readers that follow the progression of rules that they have learned from our reading program.
Decodable Reader = a story with words utilizing only the phonograms, rules and sight words that the student has been taught so that no guessing is necessary.
This reader contains phonograms: a, c, d, f, g, h, i, k, m, n, p, s, t, v, w, x
the sight words: the, a
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