Listen and Write

 

Listen and Write

Your child is beginning to experience the printed page and needs your help to develop concepts of how spelling works and how letters are formed and put together to make words. Listen and Write is a fun and natural way to ease your child into the world of English spelling. In this level your child will learn correct pencil grip, correct letter formation, consonants, and short vowels. Listen and Write will provide your child with the foundation they need to become confident, competent spellers.

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Our research-based, developmental approach uses five essential activities (listening, reading, chunking, copywork, and dictation) to help students become confident spellers.

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Table of Contents

  • Lessons 1–3: Letter Formation and Consonant Sounds
  • Lesson 4: Introduction to Dictation, Focus on Short a
  • Lesson 5: Focus on Short i
  • Lesson 6: Review of Short a and Short i
  • Lesson 7: Reading the Words Back
  • Lesson 8: Focus on Short o
  • Lesson 9: Review of Short a, i, and o
  • Lesson 10: Recording the Student’s Time (Optional)
  • Lesson 11: More Review of Short a, i, and o
  • Lesson 12: Focus on Short u
  • Lesson 13: Review of Short o and Short u
  • Lesson 14: Focus on Short e
  • Lesson 15: Review of All Short Vowels
  • Lesson 16: Introduction to Blends, Short a
  • Lesson 17: Beginning Blends, Short a and i
  • Lesson 18: Beginning Blends, Short a, i, and o
  • Lesson 19: Beginning Blends, Review of Short a, i, and o
  • Lesson 20: Beginning Blends, Focus on Short u
  • Lesson 21: Beginning Blends, Review of Short a, i, o, and u
  • Lesson 22: Beginning Blends, Focus on Short e
  • Lesson 23: Review of Beginning Blends and Short Vowels
  • Lesson 24: Digraphs—ch and th
  • Lesson 25: Another Digraph—sh
  • Lesson 26: End Blends and Review of Digraphs
  • Lesson 27: More Words with End Blends or Digraphs
  • Lesson 28: Review of End Blends, Short Vowels, and Digraphs
  • Lesson 29: Another Digraph—ck
  • Lesson 30: Double Consonant Endings
  • Lesson 31: Review
  • Lessons 32–34: Five‑Letter Words with Vowel Box Shaded
  • Lessons 35–36: Five‑Letter Words with No Vowel Box Shaded
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