Reading Collection[RESOURCE REMOVED]
Kids practice the skills that lead to reading and spelling success with this phonics collection. Covers vowels, consonants, special sounds, blends, digraphs, ending sounds, syllables, silent consonants, rule breakers, and more. Fun activities allow kids to practice what they’ve learned through game-show formats and stories that build in complexity. Perfect for grades K through 2.
Phonics Disk 1
Vowels Short Vowel Sounds Beginning Consonants With Vowels Practice c, g, qu, x Find the Sounds (phonemic segmentation) Sound It Out (oral blending) Putting It All Together Simple Phrases/ Rhyming Words Double Consonants (words ending in ll, ss, ff) Plural s and Ending Story: “Pip Gets a Pat” Song: “Pip Gets a Pat” Phonics Disk 2
Ending Blends Practice Beginning Blends Three-Letter Blends Sentence Practice Consonant Digraphs and Trigraphs Sentence Practice Introduction to Silent e Silent e Makes the Long Vowel Sound Silent e Practice Sentence Practice Fun Quiz and Review Story: “Hiss and Run” Song: “Hiss and Run” Phonics Disk 3
Long a Long e Long i Long o Long u Sentence Practice ar er, ir, ur or ire, are, air Story: “Fruit on the Beach” Song: “Fruit on the Beach” Phonics Disk 4
Diphthongs (oi, oy, ou, ow) au, aw, all, al Sentence Practice Break It Down (syllables) Schwa Sound How Many Syllables? (phonemic segmentation) Ending Sounds Endings: y and le Sentence Practice Rule Breakers ph and gh Memory Words Read-Along: “The Dog Days of Summer” Silent Consonants Story: “The Zany Rainy Bread Lady” Song: “The Zany Rainy Bread Lady” Read-Along: “Jade and Chip’s Amazing Snow Dance”
Phonics Easy Readers (DVD):
Twelve entertaining stories on DVD build in sequence from simple to complex. Students have time to read each screen before hearing a voice read the highlighted words. Allows learners to experience success and move forward as they are ready.
Read Along Stories (DVD):
Students enjoy reading along with four classic tales written at an early second-grade level. Fun, simple animation provides entertainment, while not distracting young learners from following along with the words on screen. After each story, students are rewarded by reading and singing a fun, energetic song that reviews the story and introduces more challenging words.