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Phonetic Word Cards (610 cards)

Contains 610 cards for use with any Orton-Gillingham based approach to reading instruction and are a great addition to any multisensory reading program. The cards are divided into 43 groups of phonic sounds. Single words and detached syllables are used to exemplify the important patterns and generalizations found in reading and spelling. The cards can be used for decoding practice, to introduce spelling rules and generalizations, or for dictation. They are organized sequentially beginning with CVC words and moving on to spelling generalizations, syllabication, and word structure. One set per student is recommended.

Skills Addressed
• Sound-symbol relationships
• Spelling generalizations
• Syllabication
• Short and long vowel sounds
• Digraphs
• Diphthongs
• Affixes and roots
• Word structure
• Consonant sounds
• Decoding and encoding words
Dr. Samuel Orton and Anna Gillingham were pioneers in the field of dyslexia. Their groundbreaking Orton-Gillingham approach, sometimes referred to as OG, has been regarded as the most crucial and significant reading intervention designed specifically for children and adults with dyslexia.