৲ search Format Kindle ⪋ Easier English for Dyslexics 2: M, N, NG, D, T, B, P (English Edition) 㐪 ePUB Author D M Baker ᗈ
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Pictures for Easier Letter Sound RecallThe Easier English series is a visual aid to decrease learning time, enhance retrieval and increase retention of letters and sounds This imaginative memory system includes pictures, colors, silly phrases and repetition to aid recall of the English sound code Easier English for Dyslexics 2 spotlights the sounds of M, N, NG, D, T, B, and P The three sounds of the past tense ending ed are explained, and examples of words with silent letters D, T, B and P are shown.This ebook starts with the letter M for a reason M is the only consonant made with your lips pressed together, so it is really easy to see there is no vowel sound attached to it Consonant names include vowel sounds, but consonant sounds are usually the beginning or ending sound of the letter name It s important to understand this to sound out words accurately Make sure your child gets this concept which is only mentioned here in the series.
Just what you needThe 18 short ebooks in Easier English focus on building phonological awareness, a key reading skill Though designed for older dyslexics, the series could be adapted for use by younger children or for English as a Second Language students Your child may not need to study all 18 ebooks Use just what you need.You don t need training to use these ebooks.You only have to be willing to explore the sounds in words.
Simple to useEasier English is filled with sound puzzles to encourage your child to apply his or her new knowledge Review books are also included Dyslexics often have to review the same material in different ways to master it.Youll find these family friendly materials simple to use As you and your child connect the sounds of English to the letters, youll both learn patterns that make English much easier to read and spell.
- Easier English for Dyslexics 2: M, N, NG, D, T, B, P (English Edition)
- Format Kindle
- 40 pages
- D M Baker
- 20 March 2016 D M Baker