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Wilson Reading System Substep 2.1 Lesson 1
Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill
e e Ed /e/
i iitch /i/
o ooctopus /o/
u uumbrella /u/
b b bat /b/
c c cat /k/
d d dog /d/
f f fun/f/
g g game/g/
h h hat /h/
j j jug /j/
k k kite /k/
l llamp /l/
m m man /m/
n n nut /n/
p p pan /p/
r r rat /r/
t t top /t/
v v van /v/
w w wind/w/
x x fox /ks/
qu Q is the chicken letter- it refuses to go anywhere without its friend, u. It is never in a word alone. The u in this situation has no vowel sound. Qu is a digraph as well. Chicken Letter
digraphs Consonants stick together to form one sound, even though there are two letters. That is why they are on one card. They are not separated.
ch ch chin /ch/
sh sh ship/sh/
wh wh whistle /w/
ck ck sock /k/
Part 2 Teach and Review Concepts for Reading
Welded Sounds –fang. –ring –song –lung ang ing ong ung
Welded Sounds –bank. –pink –honk - junk ank ink onk unk
Welded Sounds Use a 3 finger tap for the welded sounds k ing y ank
Part 3 Wordcards
zung nonsense word
ying nonsense word
quap nonsense word
quang nonsense word
bink nonsense word
lonk nonsense word
jing nonsense word
pank nonsense word
jong nonsense word
mank nonsense word
thunk nonsense word
chib nonsense word
quim nonsense word
shing nonsense word
fong nonsense word
Part 4 Wordlist Reading (get books)
Part 5 Sentence Reading
Tom sang the song in the tub.
Get the ping- pong balls.
Bob has bad lungs.
It is a long run up the hill.
Dont Forget the bonus letters! f l s
Kim will sing at the shop.
Did Bob hang this up?
The king has had bad luck.
Whats wrong with this sentence? The kat gots a bigg chunk of fich.
What is the thing in this jug?
Ed sank the shot to win.
Thank Dad for the gum.
Mom had Ben get rid of the junk.
The wings on the bug are pink.
Jim had the top bunk for his nap.
Did the dog lick Ben on his neck?
The ship sank in the bath tub.
The kids are at the rink.
Whats wrong with this sentence? Mi kash are in the banc?
Did the vet dip the dog in the tick bath?
Tom will chop the logs in the back of the hut.
Part 6 Quick Drill (in reverse – use Cookie Sheets)
abcdef hijklg mnop qu rs tuvwxyz shthch wh ck
Part 7 Teach and Review Concepts for Spelling
Welded Sounds: The welded sounds can be sounded out individually, but sound better as one sound! sank sink bonk bunk sing sang song sunk
Part 8 Written Work Dictation: sounds, words, sentences
Part 9 Controlled Passage Reading
Part 10 Listening Comprehension
Wilson Reading System Substep 2.2 Lesson 1. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
Wilson Reading System Substep 1.3 Lesson 2. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
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Wilson Reading System Substep 1.3. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
Wilson Reading System Substep 1.4. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
Wilson Reading System Substep 1.6. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
Wilson Word Parts. BLENDS CT AT THE END OF A WORD, think “k” sound.
Wilson Reading System Substep 1.6 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 1.5. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
Wilson Reading System Substep 2.2 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 3.3 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 3.2 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 2.3 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 2.4 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
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