Essential Word Sorts™ For The Primary Grades, 2nd Edition, & IWB

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Identify And Sort Words In Categories By Blending And Segmenting Beginning Sounds.

The 125 sorts in this revised and expanded edition are sequenced according to the developmental stages of readers. The sorts cover beginning consonant sounds, CVC and CVCC word families, beginning and ending blends and digraphs, short vowels, long vowel patterns, r-controlled vowels, and more. The book now has spiral binding and tabbed dividers. The sort cards are now larger and have picture cues for additional support.

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Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words
Minimum System Rquirements

Intel ® Pentium® 1GHz or faster processor
Windows XP with Service Pack2; Windows Vista® Home Premium, Business, Ultimate, or Enterprise; Windows 7
512 MB of RAM
24x CD-ROM

Intel Core™ Duo 1.83 Ghz or faster processor
Mac OS X v10.4.9, 10.5.1 (Intel); 10.6 (Intel)
512 MB of RAM
24x CD-ROM

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Grade Level:
Grades: Pre-K-3
  • 1 spiral-bound book
    Size: 9" by 11", 176 pages

  • 1 CD

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Happy but would have liked pictures!

I like the way this program is set up. (What skills are in what order) I LOVE how section one has the two sort labels then words to sort and pictures to match to the words. I was very sad to see that none of the rest of the sections had pictures to go with the words. I can see lots of training or adult supervision needed to make sure that my students READ the words they are sorting and not just looking to see which ones have matching letters. Even if there were fewer words to sort to make room for pictures for them to match I think it would make the program more valuable.
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