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Simple, clear, short, and effective, this set provides great instruction or extra practice in short vowels for beginning or struggling readers.
It is perfect for group or individualized instruction in decoding and spelling,
and ideal for summer tutoring, too.
Emphasis is placed on automatic reading of words in order to improve word recognition, phrasing, and rate, rather than on the meaning of words.
The repeated format within each cluster lesson encourages natural remembering of short vowel sounds and letters.
The English language is 95% regular, but beginning or struggling readers do not often realize this.
Since the brain remembers in patterns, these pages aid in remembering and retrieving short vowel clusters in words.
Word recognition skills become much more automatic--without learning phonics rules.
That is the beauty of the VOWEL TUTOR worksheets.
This system is especially effective for students who don't hear some sounds or learn phonics easily.
Forty-one lessons on half sheets provide short, simple lessons that lessen content load for beginning or struggling readers.
Recommended for beginning readers in Grade 1, or struggling readers at this reading level.
Prerequisite skills are consonant letters/sounds. Some knowledge of consonant blends and consonant digraphs is helpful but not necessary.
When VOWEL TUTOR Part 1: Short Vowel Clusters is completed, be sure to check out
This set is also part of a complete (no prep) level one decoding packet for tutors:
Also, for extra supporting practice, there are many Short Vowel Word Searches in the
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Take it from a 30 year reading specialist, some kids just need extra practice.