Early Phonics Curriculum BUNDLE | Systematic Program | 42 Videos

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    This Early Phonics Systematic Instruction Curriculum BUNDLE is research-based and supports Science of Reading principles. You can use it as a stand-alone curriculum or in conjunction with other materials. Please click on components for more details.

    In the Video file, you'll get 42 commercial-free videos that teach letter sounds, blending, segmenting, and more.

    You'll also get an "Alphabet Essentials" 200-page packet that includes wall cards, centers, mini-books, circle charts, and more.

    The systematic program is HUGE and aligns with both of these components. Children start by learning letter sounds. They blend sounds to make words starting with the second sound they learn. Then, they use those words to make sentences. They also learn "heart words" that don't follow phonics patterns that they have learned yet. After learning to blend just six sounds and learning the heart words "a" and "the," they are ready for Story 1: The Cap." By the time they get to story 12, they have learned to blend all 26 basic letters and sounds.

    You'll get a 150-page "Printables" file that includes all 12 stories, letter pages, word pages, and comprehension pages. You'll have the option to print stories as one page black and white versions, or as extended versions in full-color. (You can also choose to print multiple pages per printed page or in gray-scale.)

    You'll also get a 400+ page Powerpoint that systematically takes children through letters, sounds, real words, nonsense words, "heart words," and stories--along with quick instructions for incorporating songs, phonemic awareness activities, and writing activities into each slide.

    You'll also get a 30-page Differentiation Guide that includes an assessment, additional phonemic awareness instructions, a detailed typed version of the material in the Powerpoint, writing suggestions, and suggestions for incorporating structured inquiry to accelerate learning in your classroom.

    Your students will move through this at different paces depending on their levels. Students who can already blend CVC words can start with stories and comprehension exercises. Others may be able to move through the Powerpoint doing a letter a day, and others will need additional time. Note that I've included phonemic awareness and writing suggestions that make sense for all Powerpoint slides. I have not included word-by-word, day-by-day instructions. The idea is that if you read the "quick tips," you can easily understand how to differentiate to meet all your students' needs.

    Scope and Sequence:

    1. Letter T
    2. Letter A
    3. Heart Word: “A”
    4. Letter D
    5. Letter H
    6. Letter C
    7. Heart Word: “The”
    8. Letter P
    9. Story 1: “The Cap” (Focus: “Short A” Words)
    10. Letter R
    11. Letter N
    12. Story 2: “The Nap” (Focus: “Short A” Words)
    13. Letter S
    14. Heart Word: “To”
    15. Letter J
    16. Story 3: “The Hat” (Focus: “Short A” Words)
    17. Heart Word: “On”
    18. Letter M
    19. Heart Word: “Is”
    20. Heart Word: “His”
    21. Letter L
    22. Letter G
    23. Letter F
    24. Letter V
    25. Story 4: ”Pat and Sam” (Focus: “Short A” Words) ..........p. 164

    26. Letter E

    27. Letter W

    28. Story 5: “Jen the Hen”

    29. Letter Y

    30. Letter Z

    31. Story 6: Get the Jet

    32. Letter I

    33. Letter B

    34. Letter X

    35. Story 7: Zig the Pig

    36. Heart Word: “Ball”

    37. Heart Word: “They”

    38. Story 8: “Jill and Bill”

    39. Letter O

    40. Heart Word: “Was”

    41. Letter K

    42. Heart Word: “Sick”

    43. Story 9: “Mom Was Ill”

    44. Heart Word: “Are”

    45. Heart Word: “Pals”

    46. Story 10: “Tom and Pat”

    47. Letter U

    48. Story 11: “Sug the Pup”

    49. Heart Word: “Said”

    50. Heart Word: “From”

    51. Heart Word: “Give”

    52. Letter Q

    53. Story 12: “Pug the Bug”

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    50 mp3 tracks, 780 pages, 42 videos
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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print.
    Follow words from left to right, top to bottom, and page by page.
    Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters.
    Understand that words are separated by spaces in print.
    Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.


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