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Practice phonics with a pictured phonogram card deck. Strengthen your students' knowledge of learned phonograms and literacy concepts by creating silly three-letter nonsense words. The deck includes a download for all the phonograms without images for advanced students.
Students love to practice spelling choices in a quick, fun, and engaging way! Keep track of your student's points to reach a goal or win a treat. For one to four players.
Fifteen decodable stories use a science-based sequence so your student can begin reading stories after learning some of the most commonly used letters. The focus is on consonant-vowel-consonant words with short vowel sounds. Your students will enjoy reading these silly stories!
Memorizing word lists is difficult for most children with dyslexia.
Give your students the strategies to spell words containing vowel sounds with multiple spelling choices using a step-by-step decision-making tool.
These visual aids help you teach where and when our language originated and why it is so complicated. Learning about the English language's origins not only helps with engagement but also aids with spelling advanced-level words.
Blending letter sounds into words is not an easy task for new readers. LiteraSee makes blending phonograms into words or silly nonsense words seem like play. This game is for one to four players. A single player strives to reach a set goal during the time you set.