Welcome to versatile and unique supplements that can be used with the Edmark Reading Program list of sight words; they are materials helpful for special education students and early reading comprehension
2 sets picture boards
2 sets of 10 matching phrases per board.
Some extra information
These activities are designed with words from the Edmark Level 1 Reading Program. They are modeled after the Edmark Picture-phrase cards but offer a little more:
Each activity focuses on a couple of words in particular, in ascending order.
Each activity includes a wider span of words from Edmark. While the first sets
of Picture-Phrase Activities covered 10 words at a time, each of these activities
covers 25- 30. Still in ascending order. This means that the first two activities
use the first 25-30 words, the next two activities use the next 25-30, and the last
two use the last 25-30 words in Level 1. There is some overlap of some words
in some of the activities, in order to make it a little more familiar.
Check out the preview for exactly what's in each activity!
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