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60 sight words, 13 word families, 13 easy readers, and many activities are included in this language arts book. This program uses a sequential, multi-sensory approach. Each unit includes an easy reader, a memory game, pages to create a Sentence Builder Book, 3 worksheets, a word wheel, and flashcards. Handwriting templates for the Sentence Builder Books are also included.
Experts recommend a sequential, multi-sensory approach for children with dyslexia. This program is also great for older students with special needs. My teenage son who has Down Syndrome loves the readers in this series! This series is also great for beginning readers, as it builds a solid foundation of skills and knowledge.
See the table of contents in the preview to see the words introduced and reviewed in each unit. Also see the preview to see a sample unit.
The 13 word families taught in this book are listed below:
-et, -ag, -ed, -ug, -op, -ad, -in, -og, -un, -at, -an, -ig, -ing
The entire Pre-Primer level of sight words is included in this program. These words include the following:
a, and, away, big, blue, can, come, down, find, for, funny, go, help, here, I, in, is, it, jump, little, look, make, me, my, not, one, play, red, run, said, see, the, three, to, two, up, we, where, yellow, you
Also included are many words from the Primer List. These words are found below:
all, am, are, at, ate, black, brown, do, eat, have, he, like, new, on, pretty, ran, she, this, what, will
Sight Word Bingo is also included. Bingo is a fun way to help your students memorize sight words. For more information, see the product listing for Sight Word Bingo.
Sentence Builder Books
Sentence Builder Books develop fine motor skills, along with reading, writing, and spelling. Each reader comes with pages to create a Sentence Builder Book. The first page contains all the sentences from the reader. The second page may be used as the cover. It has the title, "My Book of Rhymes," and lines for the student’s name and date.
Students cut out the words. Next, they paste the words onto paper to re-create the sentences. If your students use the included handwriting template, they may also copy the sentences. Students may cut and paste the pictures from the memory game and/or draw pictures to go with the sentences.
Once complete, students staple the pages together to create the Sentence Builder Book. This is a great project for children to take home and read to their families.
This book is part of a reading program that teaches phonics and sight words, along with reading, writing, and spelling. Take a look at Book #1.
Copyright © 2016 Sharon J. Miller