Stage 2: Segmentation – Part 2

Syllables Read the following words and have your child clap once for each syllable. singing baby heavier picture Phonemes Read the following words and have your child repeat each sound in the word. my couch depart playtime Please write down the results from this stage and then click here to go to the next...

Stage 7: Graphemes – Part 2

Say each syllable slowly in the word and have your child repeat what he/she thinks the word is. Pause one second on the dots. Long Vowels (held for two second) a e i o u Vowel Digraphs ee ea oe oa ai Please write down the results from this stage and then click here to go to the next...

Stage 8: Decoding

Have the student read the following nonsense words. ap jk ap sap glip stibe saim burg tham chup whick mish Please write down the results from this stage and then click here to go to the next...

Stage 7: Graphemes – Part 3

Say each syllable slowly in the word and have your child repeat what he/she thinks the word is. Pause one second on the dots. R-controlled Vowels ar er ir or ur Consonant Blends ar er ir or ur Consonant Digraphs bl cl fl gl fr sk spr chr phr tw Please write down the results from this stage and then click here to go to the next...

Stage 9: Results

Congradulations! You’re finished!   Results Difficultly with Parts I, II, III, IV, V & VI If the student struggles with any aspect of this they may be having difficulty processing sounds. If this is the case your child could be dyslexic. Dyslexics lack phonemic awareness and struggle with auditory processing. Difficultly with Parts VII & VIII If the student struggles with any of the activities in Parts VII or VIII they may have missed something in the early stages of reading development or could be struggling with a learning disability. Children who struggle with these activities have difficulty with sight words and often forget the sounds that letters make. They lack the skills necessary to decode unfamiliar...