HOW CAN COLORING HELP WITH PHONICS?
Amazingly, using just five colored pencils to trace vowels in new words can help students sound out words faster, even tricky words. Students will know if a vowel sound is short, long, silent, or other, and when it's OK to ask for help. This technique works great with new and struggling readers of all ages. Teach a list of 10 words for two days or until students have mastered the sounds, then go on to the next list.
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"Reading With Color" was invented by Elinor Boeke (1933-2016), a reading specialist who refined her method during many years of tutoring struggling readers. Elinor also gave workshops to teach parents how to use this method. Elinor's daughter Evangeline, who has professional publishing experience, has created an easy-to-understand Teacher's Guide and related resources including word lists, word cards, games, and activities. If you purchase a resource and you're not completely satisfied, send a message to Evangeline and she will send a refund or substitute other resources from this shop or from her K-8 Math Sense shop.