WILSON LANGUAGE FOUNDATIONS SOUND CARDS DRILL
Fundations® Standard Sound Cards 2 - The Wilson Store
Used to drill sounds and teach word structure. Letters are printed on one side; keywords and sounds are printed on the reverse for previously taught sounds and sounds introduced in Level 2 including long vowels in an open syllable, r-controlled vowels (ar, er, ir, or, ur), vowel teams (ew, ea, oo, ow, ou, aw, au, oy, oi, ue, oe, oa, ey, ee, ay, ai), and glued sounds (ild, ind, old, olt, ost, ive).
Instructor Materials | Wilson Language Training
Wilson Cursive® Writing Kit (Level 3): The Wilson Cursive Writing Kit includes an instructor guide, multimedia CD with animated demonstrations for letter formations, laminated worksheets, a Large Writing Grid, Cursive Letter Formation Poster, and a Forward and Backward Slant workbook.
Large Sound Cards K - The Wilson Store
Cards present keyword pictures and letters for phonemes introduced in Fundations ® Level K (including consonants a-z, short vowels, and digraphs). Large Sound Cards K are included in Fundations Teacher's Kit K. SPECIFICATIONS: 31 cards (5" x 8") ISBN: 9781567785005.
Fundations® | Wilson Language Training
Published by Great Minds ® in association with Wilson Language Training, Geodes® are a new collection of accessible, knowledge-building books for emerging and developing readers. Provide explicit phonics instruction and opportunities for applied practice in taught concepts through authentic, knowledge-building text.
Fundations - Page 1 - The Wilson Store
As a recognized leader in multisensory, structured language programs, Wilson ® brings more than a decade of systematic and explicit instruction to the K-3 classroom. Based on the Wilson Reading System ® principles, Wilson Fundations ® provides research-based materials and strategies essential to a comprehensive reading, spelling, and handwriting program.
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