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The Dog On The Log Chapter Book: Systematic
The Dog On The Log Chapter Book: Systematic
The Dog On The Log Chapter Book: Systematic

The Dog On The Log Chapter Book: Systematic Decodable Books for Phonics Readers and Kids With Dyslexia (DOG ON A LOG Chapter Books)

Product ID : 41971468

Galleon Product ID 41971468
Shipping Weight 0.13 lbs
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Manufacturer Dog On A Log Books
Shipping Dimension 7.8 x 4.72 x 0.24 inches
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About The Dog On The Log Chapter Book: Systematic

Product Description The DOG ON A LOG Book series helps kids, including kids with dyslexia, learn to read. They are sound out books that start with just a few phonics rules.  Each following Step of books adds a few more phonics rules and sight words. This gradual progression lets kids learn to read without feeling so overwhelmed. The word list below will help you decide where in the series your child should start. For added practice, free printable game boards, flashcards, handwriting sheets, and more can be downloaded from dogonalogbooks.com. The (purple) Let's GO! books have less text for new or less confident readers. The (red) chapter books are longer for more reading practice. Kids enjoy these stories that get more complex and longer as more phonics are added throughout the series. Books can be purchased individually or as collection volumes. This is an individual Step 1 Chapter Book. The “Look Inside” feature will help you see if this book is right for your child. Additional information on using this series is available in the kindle book HOW TO USE DECODABLE BOOKS TO TEACH READING. DOG ON A LOG Books follow a structured literacy/Orton Gillingham phonics progression. DOG ON A LOG "What Step Should We Start With" Word ListHave your child read the following words. If they can’t read every word in a Step, that is probably the step they should start with. For some kids, you may want to start at an earlier Step so they can build confidence in their reading ability. Step 1fin, mash, sock, sub, cat, that, Dan’s Step 2less, bats, tell, mall, chips, whiff, falls Step 3bangs, dank, honk, pings, chunk, sink, gong, rungs Step 4silk, fluff, smash, krill, drop, slim, whisk Step 5hunch, crate, rake, tote, inch, mote, lime Step 6 child, molts, fold, hind, jolt, post, colds Step 7strive, scrape, splint, twists, crunch, prints, blend Step 8finish, denim, within, bathtub, sunset, medic, habit Step 9hundred, goldfinch, free, wheat, inhale, play, Joe Step 10be, remake, spry, repeat, silo, sometime, pinwheel Many early reader books or leveled books are written so they cannot be sounded out. Kids often struggle and grow frustrated when they can’t sound out the words. However, kids who have been taught the phonics in DOG ON A LOG Books can be proud when they are able to sound out and read almost every word. Paper books have black and white images. The books are optimized for learners with dyslexia. They have cream colored paper and large Verdana font. Research has shown Verdana is one of the most dyslexia-friendly fonts. More DOG ON A LOG Books: DOG ON A LOG Pup Books---Before the Squiggle Code (Pre-Reading Skills)---The Squiggle Code (Learning Letters and Words)---Kids’ Squiggles (First Stories) DOG ON A LOG Parent and Teacher Guides---Teaching a Struggling Reader: One Mom’s Experience with Dyslexia---How to Use Decodable Books to Teach Reading You can read the complete DOG ON A LOG Phonics Progression (Scope and Sequence) at www (dot) dogonalogbooks.com/about-dog-on-a-log-books/phonics-progression/ You can print a copy of the Quick Assessment Tool ("What Step Should We Start With" Word List) at www (dot) dogonalogbooks.com/how-to-use/assessment-tool/ WATCH FOR MORE STEPS AND BOOKS COMING SOON Review Lynne E. Jaffee, PHD, co-author: Woodcock-Johnson IV: Reports, Recommendations, and Strategies (2016), and Comprehensive Evaluations: Case Reports for Psychologists, Diagnosticians, and Special Educators (2011): In the 45 years that I have been teaching students with dyslexia, I'm always looking for reading material. Pamela Brookes has created DOG ON A LOG Chapter Books that follow an incremental, phonics-based pattern and work well with Orton-Gillingham based programs. Ms. Brookes' books will be a great asset to educational therapists, parents, and special education teachers in their work with children and adults with dyslexia. About the Author My child needed an ongoing supply of systematic phonics books that use an Orton-Gilli