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607 SnapWords® Teaching Cards Kit


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Price: $249.96
Grade Level: PreK -- Grade 3
Item Number: CDFSW6071
Manufacturer: Child1st Publications, LLC
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SnapWords® Sight Word Teaching Cards work because they include pictures & body movement - the best ways to teach these learners:• kinesthetic• visual/spatial• dyslexic• autistic, and moreThe images embedded into each word help children learn words as easily as a camera snapping a picture. This is vital for children who need to learn whole words before they can break them down with phonics. The reverse of each card displays the plain word without a visual and describes a body motion for the word. In addition, a sentence using the word and coordinating with the visual on the front of the card focuses children's attention on the meaning of the word and how it is used in everyday communication.The 643 words included in this kit comprise about 90% of words that children will encounter in their reading. If they have these words under their belt, able to recognize them instantly, and if they comprehend the meaning of the words, they will be launched into reading no matter how difficult reading was before. If you're like me, your prep time is non-existent, so you are going to love this Kit! When it is time to teach, grab your SnapWords® Mini-Lessons book (included in the kit) and just do what it says. The work is done for you! SnapWords® Kits are designed first of all to bring success in reading to all types of learners, but they are also designed to do most of the work for the teacher or parent! SnapWords® Cards have a track record of bringing success to children with dyslexia, autism, ADHD, those who are visual, kinesthetic learners, and beginners. Obstacles to learning to read can include the inability to sound out words, sounding out words just fine but not remembering the word later, slow, halting reading, and lack of reading comprehension.
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