Solution Sunday: Blending and Word Construction Made Fun for Struggling Readers
The Problem: Blends and letter/sound patterns in words can be tough for any new reader, but for students that struggle with reading it is an even bigger challenge. Many reading intervention strategies have letter cards that are used during tutoring sessions. Having a way to display those cards in a distraction-reduced way is particularly challenging.
Never fear! Really Good Stuff® Solutions is here!
The Solution: Imagine being able to stand the letter cards up so that students could see them easily. Imagine being able to label under each letter the consonant-vowel pattern for that word. Now imagine having a place to store all of those cards too. The Really Good Stuff® Word Blending Desktop Pocket Chart and Stand features a set of 41 laminated letter cards and 10 sound position cards. The 19”W x 10”H X 7”D folding pocket chart also has a convenient storage pocket on the bag to keep all of your cards in one place. Use it for individual or small group work when introducing or reinforcing sound patterns and letter substitution. It is the perfect solution for the reading specialist on-the-go or the classroom teacher who wants to help get her small groups excited about phonics and reading.
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