FAM D R
R E A DE R S For ANYONE learning to read! The Word Family Reader Program is a great way to
help anyone learn to read including: beginning readers, struggling readers, those with learning disabilities and those learning English as a second language (ESL).
Word Families + Word Picture Cards + Reading Books Together
= Reading Success!
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R E A DE R S The Word Family Reader Program is comprised of 68 Book Packages. Each book package falls into one of the following Word Family groups: 1. Short Vowel Group (25 Book Packages) 2. Blend Group (10 Book Packages) 3. Long Vowel Group (16 Book Packages) 4. Vowel Team Group (12 Book Packages) 5. R-Controlled Vowel Group (5 Book Packages.
The Book Packages are available individually, in Word Family Group bundles and in the entire program.
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About the Program
R E A DE R S
Book Package Contents There are a total of 68 Books in the Word Family Readers Program. Printable Books: Single Sided & Double Sided
Books may be read from a printed copy or on your screen (using the single sided book).
Printable Word Picture Cards: Family Words & Sight Words
Printable Word Cards
Short Vowel Sounds
Printable Consonant & Vowel Picture Cards
Printable Alphabet Writing Chart
Student Checklist (An outline where the student checks off activities as he or she goes through the lesson.)
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Printable Consonant & Vowel Letter Cards
Detailed Lesson Plan
Printable Board Game
Single Sided & Double Sided
Each book features a Word Family.
In the first book, Pat and the Hat, “at” is the Word Family. The Family Words in that book are: at, bat, cat, hat, mat, Pat, rat, sat, that. The student learns many words with ease when they are grouped by Word Families. Reading Books Together
The student reads the Family Words and Sight Words which are in large print. The teacher reads the rest of the words which are in small print. The student’s reading vocabulary increases with each book as the student progresses through the program. Note: The books may be read from a printed copy or on your screen using the single sided books. The benefits of reading books together are:
• It helps the student to stay on task. • It is less tiring for the student. • It is a shared experience for the student and teacher. • The stories are more interesting because the text is not limited to only words that the student can read.
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Printable Word Picture Cards: Family & Sight Words
There are Word Picture Cards for each of the 570 Family Words and Sight Words presented in the Word Family Readers Program. These Word Picture Cards are used to help the student learn the new words for each book. Using pictures with words makes this easy! Then when a student is reading a word without the picture, he or she visualizes the picture which helps the student recall the word. These cards are also useful when reading the book together. If a student needs help with a word, the teacher shows a word picture card