9781949471731-194947173X-Five Chapter Books 8: Systematic Decodable Books Help Anyone, including Folks with Dyslexia, Learn to Read with Phonics (DOG ON A LOG Chapter Book Collections)

Five Chapter Books 8: Systematic Decodable Books Help Anyone, including Folks with Dyslexia, Learn to Read with Phonics (DOG ON A LOG Chapter Book Collections)

ISBN-13: 9781949471731
ISBN-10: 194947173X
Author: Brookes, Pamela
Publication date: 2019
Publisher: DOG ON A LOG Books
Format: Paperback 322 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781949471731
ISBN-10: 194947173X
Author: Brookes, Pamela
Publication date: 2019
Publisher: DOG ON A LOG Books
Format: Paperback 322 pages

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Acknowledged authors Brookes, Pamela wrote Five Chapter Books 8: Systematic Decodable Books Help Anyone, including Folks with Dyslexia, Learn to Read with Phonics (DOG ON A LOG Chapter Book Collections) comprising 322 pages back in 2019. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 194947173X and 9781949471731. Since then Five Chapter Books 8: Systematic Decodable Books Help Anyone, including Folks with Dyslexia, Learn to Read with Phonics (DOG ON A LOG Chapter Book Collections) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 2.00 or rent at the marketplace.

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Finally, a delightful book series that helps kids learn phonics rules step by step. Fun books designed for anyone learning to read with phonics, especially learners with dyslexia. Start anywhere in the series, according to your child's reading level. All DOG ON A LOG Books follow a Structured Literacy/Orton-Gillingham based phonics sequence. Gameboards, flashcards, and other activities can be downloaded from dogonalogbooks.com. This collection is the five books in Step 8 of the DOG ON A LOG Chapter book series. The books are: -- Anvil and Magnet Chapter Book-- The Mascot Chapter Book-- Kevin’s Rabbit Hole Chapter Book-- The Humbug Vet and Medic Shop Chapter Book-- Chickens in the Attic Chapter BookIndividual books can also be purchased separately.Sight Words: a, all, are, as, be, come, comes, could, do, does, Dr., for, friends, from, full, go, goes, has, have, he, here, hi, his, I, into, is, island, like, may, me, Ms., my, no, of, OK, onto, or, our, out, people, pic, pics, please, pulls, push, put, puts, said, say, says, see, sees, she, should, so, some, talk, talks, the, their, there, they, to, walk, walks, want, wants, was, we, were, what, where, would, you, your Each book has about 1,700 to 2,875 total words These are Step 8 Chapter books.Decodable books let a learner who has been taught the phonics rules and sight words in that book sound them out and read them. These are systematic books because each Step of books build on the skills practiced in the prior Steps.Most kids who read DOG ON A LOG Books are proud that they can finally read a book without so much frustration.Cream colored paper, 24 point Verdana font (one of the most dyslexia-friendly fonts)DOG ON A LOG Phonics ProgressionStep 1 Consonants, primary sounds Short vowels Digraphs: ch, sh, th, wh, ck 2 and 3 sound words Possessive ‘s Step 2 Bonus letters (f, l, s, z after short vowel) “all” –s suffix Step 3 ang, ing, ong, ung, ank, ink, onk, unk Step 4 Consonant Blends to make 4 sound words 3 and 4 sound words ending in –lk, -sk Step 5 Digraph blends –nch to make 3 and 4 sound words Silent e, including "-ke" Step 6 ild, old, olt, ind, ostStep 7 5 sounds in a closed syllable word plus suffix -s (crunch, slumps) 3 letter blends and up to 6 sounds in a closed syllable word (script, spring) Step 8 Two syllable words with 2 closed syllables, not blends (sunset, chicken, unlock)Step 9 Two syllable words with all previously introduced sounds including blends, exception words, and silent “e” (blacksmith, kindness, inside) Vowel digraphs: ai, ay, ea, ee, ie, oa, oe (rain, play, beach, tree, pie, goat, toe)Paperbacks have black and white images. The books are optimized for learners with dyslexia. They have cream colored paper and 20 point Verdana font. Research has shown Verdana is one of the most dyslexia-friendly fonts.
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