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CK: 3 Decodable Reading Books and Supporting Activities; Lesson 6

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This is a set of 2, short vowel /ck/, decodable phonic reading books, with supporting activity packs to help struggling readers develop reading fluency. Each lesson focuses on just ten decodable CK words and introduces the odd words: be, me, she and he.

What is included:

This is a pack of 2 lessons (3 books, 2 games, 2 packs of worksheets) - 2 for each vowel sound: a total time of 2 weeks of phonics instruction.

This CK pack of worksheets and reading books is part of the Reading Made Simple Special Needs programme and follows straight after the 'Learn to Read Five Vowels Packs.

For best effect, the lessons should be taught in order.

Reading Made Simple for Special Needs

A 100% systematic phonic reading programme for all ages and abilities.

Give your child a Head start in reading!

Due to its 100% systematic nature, this reading programme is highly suitable for any child with a special need, including dyslexia (or suspected), or any other need that is causing a child to have difficulties learning to read.

What makes this reading programme different?

·         It has its own, easy-to-download and print phonic reading books, making it accessible to many children worldwide.

·         Each book carefully builds on the vocabulary of those that have gone before, providing much repetition, without relying on predictable text.

·         Pictures aid the storyline without encouraging reading from the pictures – i.e. guessing.

·         The vocabulary is based on phonic families, which are introduced in a carefully planned way.

·         True sight words – those that cannot be sounded out - are kept to the very minimum. Most words are introduced in their phonic family wherever possible.

·         It is truly multisensory, using the power of the hand. We not only look at the words, but we write them too. This is powerful and has the bonus of turning the child not only into a reader but into a writer as well.

  • It is written to help children process differences between commonly confused words

  • The author anticipates the common pitfalls of learning phonics and helps to ease the pupils over the difficulties.

Typical signs that this programme can help:

·         Difficulty recalling words when seen on flashcards or when reading texts, which results in no or little reading fluency

·         b/d letter reversal of a chronic nature – i.e. the child has not grown out of it

·         Difficulty ordering letters in words: E.g. top becomes pot.

·         Difficulty differentiating between like words: spoon/soon; back/black; sheep/sleep etc…

·         Difficulty tracking words across a page

To help all children succeed, each phonic family is taught in two lessons, each a week in duration. This speed has been tried and tested to be the optimum speed to allow children to absorb new information without mental overload.  You may find that some children need longer - but never less. Each phonic family is split into half and only 5/6 words in a family are studied each week.

Activities are provided to give the child plenty of exposure to the new sound and the set of words that contain it. These activities are not hard, but simply bring the child face to face with the words, first individually, then in sentences, and finally in longer passages.

We also seek to strengthen knowledge of blends and develop phonemic awareness through the activities, much needed by these learners.

In all, the way that Reading Made Simple has been designed reduces the burden on the working memory, making it easier for children to learn to read.

Children relax as they meet familiar words again and again. They begin to say – sometimes for the first time, ‘I can read’.

With this programme, you can help a non-reader today!

Activities include:

  1. Reading fluency triangles

  2. Word Level: reading and spelling CK words

  3. Sentence Level; reading and spelling sentences, including previously taught sounds and /ck/ words.

  4. Reading books to practice reading with short stories.

  5. Games

  6. Spelling activities/other reading activities

  7. Activities to develop relevant phonemic awareness

  8. Activities to help ease children over the areas most struggle with.

What is included:

  • Full teaching instructions

  • Flashcards

  • 2 packs of activities and worksheets

  • 3 reading books

  • 2 games

  • Full teaching instructions

What next?

Once completed, students should move straight on to the /oo/ Decodable Reading Books and Activity Pack.

Resource Tags

Learn to read programme fluency struggling readers dyslexia special needs phonics decodable reading books reading fluency short vowel e homeschool curriculum

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