I See, I Spell, I Learn - Phonics, Sight Words & Short Vowel Storybooks (Decodable Readers for All Children in K-3 and Dyslexia) - Level A
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- HELP YOUR CHILD BE A SUCCESSFUL READER: Phonics-based easy-to-read books with 3 levels starting with CVC words (3-letter decodable words with short vowels like mat, Jen, bit) with fun illustrations. A child who has learned to "sound out" words (preK-1st) will LOVE reading these books. Levels B and C use longer words but still only have short vowels - so your child can still sound out the words. Widely used in K-1 classrooms, these books help children become confident and successful readers.
- TEACH YOUR CHILD SIGHT WORDS: Basic sight words are introduced separately at the beginning of each story. Improve sight word recognition with each reading. Follow up activities at the end of each story to practice sight word spelling.
- IMPROVE READING FLUENCY AND COMPREHENSION: Read these stories with your child. Ask questions about the stories and the illustrations to develop reading comprehension skills. Encourage your child to re-read the stories independently to increase reading fluency. Kids love the fun follow-up activities found at the end of each story.
- THESE BOOKS MAKE READING FUN with soothing colors used in the background to reduce glare. This makes reading easier for the child especially those who struggle with visual dyslexia or text distortion. Age-appropriate illustrations make the stories visually appealing. Children ENJOY reading these books which makes learning fun.
- A MUST-HAVE FOR EMERGING READERS: Very few books use only decodable CVC words. This is the best reading material for emergent readers (preK-1) and children with dyslexia. These books are designed to complement any Orton-Gillingham based program. An excellent resource for parents to use at home. Use these books to develop your child's reading skills in a fun, positive way and make them confident, successful readers for life!
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Emergent short vowel phonics readers with easy-to-read stories and fun illustrations. The set consists of 3 levels - Level A (10 story books), Level B (15 story books), Level C (5 chapter books).
These fun stories contain words using short vowels, CVC pattern (Consonant-Vowel-Consonant) and basic sight words. Great for emerging readers and children with dyslexia.
Most books for emerging readers use words with both long and short vowels, which can be confusing for a new reader. These books provide emerging readers the much-needed opportunity to reinforce only short vowel sounds in words, the first steps in early reading, without being exposed to long vowels. Once children know their consonants and short vowel sounds, and can "sound out" words (phonics), they are ready to read these books.
Success in reading builds self-esteem and motivates the child to want to read more. The series gradually increases in the level of reading, going from shorter and simpler stories to more complex, longer plots, all the while using words with short vowels.
Words go up from simple CVC patterns (Consonant-Vowel-Consonant) "dog, rat, pig", to more complex blends "stuff, melt, swept", but since the books still use short vowels and basic sight words, children are able to read them correctly, while enjoying the stories and illustrations.
Created by a reading and dyslexia tutor, these short vowel books with fun illustrations help children learn to read.
Note to parents and teachers:
The first few pages of each book lists "Words to Know" in a box. The words in the box are tricky words. They may be sight words that can't be "sounded out", or just words that need explicit instruction. Teach these to your child before starting the story. Reading is easier and smoother if the child is already familiar with these words.