In order for children to become good readers they must develop a solid foundation in sound-to-symbol associations. These CDs provide the repetition and consistency that some children and adults need.
Practice "seeing" based on the figure-ground relationship of letters, letter pairs, and words. The targets and foils range in difficulty from single letters to typical vocabulary, spelling, and reading words from elementary school to college; and challenge words from a variety of disciplines.
Practice “seeing” the target in progressively more challenging situations. Choose from 12 fonts—all lower case, all upper case, upper-case initial letter of word, and random—most similar to reading text.
Customize the background with colors and patterns. Loads of options to customize ses- sions for each individual’s skill level.
Take a tour of Appearances to get an overview of what it does.
Seven stimulating exercises provide the basics of phoneme recognition and production, sound to symbol correlation, sound segmentation, blending, and syllable segmentation.
In Literacy: Rules, Rules, Rules! students learn the basic rules for reading and spelling by identifying the vowel sound in a word, sounding out the word, and identifying the rule.
“Spelling Test on Friday!” teaches a six-step process--look, listen, say, listen, spell, check--for accurate spelling.