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Learning to read is not easy! Voweletics has designed a method to successfully sound out words, develop sight word proficiency and begin to read fluently. Voweletics activities work together for this intended outcome! Each Voweletics Lesson uses a Student Workbook, Resource Charts and a Web Portal.
You will quickly notice that Voweletics is a color-coded program. Color-coding has been proven to help with memory recognition. This color-coding is consistently carried throughout program.
Blue is used for short vowels. Pink is used for long vowels. Green is used for special vowels (vowels that don't make a short or a long sound).
When you see this icon in the Getting Started Guide, you will know the Student Workbook will be used to complete that activity.
The Student Workbook is a spiral-bound book containing 26 Lessons. It was designed to be marked up and colored on, so let your child make it their own! In the Student Workbook you will find hands-on activities and charts where your child can mark their progress.
When you see this icon in the Getting Started Guide, you will know the Resource Charts will be used to complete that activity.
Voweletics uses Resource Charts to help teach children the vowel sounds and patterns. One of these Resource Charts are used in each Lesson to teach the internal process to sound out words.
- WHAT TO DO #1 Resource Chart
Use this Resource Chart when there is one vowel in a word.
- WHAT TO DO #2 Resource Chart
Use this Resource Chart when there are two vowels next to each other in a word.
- ???WHAT NOW??? Resource Chart
Use this Resource Chart when a word has consonants between the vowels.
All words have one of the vowel patterns you see in these three WHAT TO DO rules. The SMART CHART is used for reference until children completely grasp the word decoding process The SMART CHART is simply these three rules combined into one. When children
- SMART CHART
All three rules combined into one chart. Children can use one simple chart to sound out most any word.
Each Voweletics Lessons teaches to a part of these charts. This provides a quick and easy location to put the learning process together. This develops confident, independent and successful readers!