Reading With Color
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Take away the confusion of early reading by using color hints!
 
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This combo pack includes TWO documents. 1) Teacher’s Guide, Frustration-Free Reading and Spelling, 22 pages long. 2) 2200 Common Words With Color Phonics Hints, 20 pages long. The Teacher’s Guide offers a fresh, easy, yet powerful approach to help
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Help children learn vowels by matching word and picture cards with an easy-to-learn system of color hints. This 21-page file contains 24 printable word cards in 3 sizes and 24 picture cards that match the Phonics with Food Words Poster. There are
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Help children learn vowels by matching word and picture cards with an easy-to-learn system of color hints. This 21-page file contains 24 printable word cards in 3 sizes and 24 picture cards that match the Phonics with Number & Shape Words
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Help children learn vowels for reading and spelling by using games and word card activities. This listing is for the following TWO files that provide practice with 24 words related to a short reading passage about elephants. WORD CARDS: An 18-page
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Help children learn vowels for reading and spelling by using games and word cards activities. This listing is for the following TWO files that provide practice with 24 words related to a short reading passage about snakes. WORD CARDS: An 18-page
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Help students learn to decode vocabulary related to snakes. This FREE download contains a short version of the Animal 5-in-a-Row Phonics Games. There are no prerequisites for using the game other than knowing the letters of the alphabet. In this
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This FREE 11-by-17 poster shows a technique that can be used along with any reading curriculum to improve reading skills, even for ESL and low-level readers. Just five colors are used to indicate vowel sounds. RED is used for long vowels. ORANGE is
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught and tutored for 5+ years, and I also have 30+ years of experience in elementary curriculum development for major publishers. Now I'm writing independently and tutoring from home to have a flexible schedule so I can help my aging parents. Please try out my products!

MY TEACHING STYLE

Do you teach a child to ride a bike by separately teaching them to operate the handle bars and pedals and how to balance? No, you teach those skills all-at-once with support. I like to choose a wide variety of reading and spelling words of interest to students, and then help them learn the new words by providing color support for vowels, the most confusing aspect of reading.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

"Way-to-Go" Award for Development Team of Skills Intervention Kit for Pearson. Lead Editor for Scott Foresman's Wide World of Mathematics, a product that received a Technology & Learning Magazine Award of Excellence.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Undergraduate Degree from Wittenberg University; Masters in Education from The Ohio State University. Licensed to Teach Grades 1-8 in Ohio.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am following in the footsteps of my mother who was a reading tutor for many years. She originally developed the method of using colored letters as phonics hints in the 80s. Students of all ages and abilities were very successful in learning to read. I have tutored for several years now, and I've modified the colors in my mom's method to accommodate colorblind students. Also, I created letter styles for the colors that will be distinct in black/white, and created ready-to-use games and activities for classroom teachers and homeschool familiies. Visit www.earlyreadingwithcolor.com for more information.