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    The fourth Reader in the second grade series of Craft Right Brain Student Readers is “Game On!(Level 2-D). This Reader  was created for struggling  readers of any age, or  for beginning readers. The "Game On!" Reader contains the

    phonetic vowel patterns: silent 'e' with vowels: a, i, o, and u;

    vowel digraphs: -ee, -ai, -ea and -ar; endings: -ing 

    sight words: friend, team, party, laugh, baby, jungle, board, half, family, ocean, pirate, different, treasure, years, crew, sail, practice, wait, adventure, money, excited, ready, seven, hurt, rule, always, emu, because, food, even, after, began, animal, face, hi, both and crazy

    There are four readers at the second grade level, "Looking Up" Level 2-A, "Think Big" Level 2-B, "Grand Slam" Level 2-C and "Game On!" Level 2-D.

    This series of readers gives the student much practice in all the words that are needed to move on to the third grade level. The inclusion of the right brain method of teaching sight words makes a huge difference in the ease of learning for them.  The color code for each phonics sound makes decoding a breeze.  You will find these readers working, when others have not.

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    In this DVD, Dianne teaches you the teaching method, midline therapy, and nutritional strategies she follows for children with dyslexia and other reading problems.
    1. Visual Processing Gate Blocked
      1. Reading reversals after age 7 (on=no, was=saw, of=to)
      2. Oral reading starts smooth, but becomes more labored
      3. Yawning shortly after reading begins
      4. Smart kids who don’t want to read (due to eye fatigue)
     
    1. Auditory Processing Gate Blocked
      1. Phonics sounds don’t stick
      2. Sight words hard to memorize (sounds out all words)
      3. Spelling rules hard to remember
      4. Easily misunderstands verbal information
      5. Guesses at long words frequently (forgets words he just sounded out)
      6. Can’t remember multiplication facts, difficulty saying months in order
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    The second grade series of Craft Right Brain Student Readers begins with, “Looking Up(Level 2-A). This Reader  was created for struggling  readers of any age, or  for beginning readers.  The "Looking Up" Reader contains the consonant blends: sh, ll, ng, ch, nd, nt; endings: -ed, -ing  and the sight words: grandma, grandpa, house, want, don’t, Mr., trip, what, O.K., who, stop, boy, when, story, Mrs., room, like, school, made, next, slip, ask, how, spot, girl, why, fly, sky, out, bird, camp, there.

    There are four readers at the second grade level, "Looking Up" Level 2-A, "Think Big" Level 2-B, "Grand Slam" Level 2-C and "Game On" Level 2-D.

    This series of readers gives the student much practice in all the words that are needed to move on to the third grade level. The inclusion of the right brain method of teaching sight words makes a huge difference in the ease of learning for them.  The color code for each phonics sound makes decoding a breeze.  You will find these readers working, when others have not.

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    Could it be Dysgraphia? Writing seems painful; often ‘gifted with a glitch; great stories orally, but writes very little; often called “lazy or unmotivated.” Learn the amazing correction for this writing fluency problem.
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    The third Reader in the second grade series of Craft Right Brain Student Readers is “Grand Slam(Level 2-C). This Reader  was created for struggling  readers of any age, or  for beginning readers. The "Grand Slam" Reader contains the consonant blends: fl-, sl-, cl-, gl-, bl-, pl-, gr-, dr-, cr-, fr-, tr-, br-, sp-, sk-, st-, sw- and the sight words: sister, time, first, snow, again, off, gave, work, about, walk, around, calf, know, never, use, march, try, water, home, over, once, sleep, any, right, many, park, cold, before, open, does, where, buy. 

    There are four readers at the second grade level, "Looking Up" Level 2-A, "Think Big" Level 2-B, "Grand Slam" Level 2-C and "Game On" Level 2-D

    This series of readers gives the student much practice in all the words that are needed to move on to the third grade level. The inclusion of the right brain method of teaching sight words makes a huge difference in the ease of learning for them.  The color code for each phonics sound makes decoding a breeze.  You will find these readers working, when others have not.

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    The second Reader in the second grade series of Craft Right Brain Student Readers is “Think Big(Level 2-B). This Reader  was created for struggling  readers of any age, or  for beginning readers. The "Think Big" Reader contains the consonant blends: -st, -mp, -sk, -ft, -lt, -lk, -nk, -ld, -pt and the sight words: could, were, too, pretty, pull, bike, done, their, oh, yellow, three, two, came, blue, saw, brown, please, new, white, soon, ate, under, four, or, give, live, ride.

    There are four readers at the second grade level, "Looking Up" Level 2-A, "Think Big" Level 2-B, "Grand Slam" Level 2-C and "Game On" Level 2-D. ("Game On" will be available on the website, middle of December, 2016)

    This series of readers gives the student much practice in all the words that are needed to move on to the third grade level. The inclusion of the right brain method of teaching sight words makes a huge difference in the ease of learning for them.  The color code for each phonics sound makes decoding a breeze.  You will find these readers working, when others have not.

  • Many people don't realize that feeling "spacey" often is the result of anemia. Children who need more iron can often be caught eating dirt. Get your iron straight from the source.
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  • Become Your Child's Learning Specialist at Home! This two-day, in-depth, nine-workshop Teacher Training Seminar was given live before a group of private school, public school and home educators who work with bright, hard-working kids and teens who have to work too hard to learn…the group we call Struggling Learners.  The goal is to teach you to (unofficially) “diagnose and correct” blocked learning gates.  
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    The first Reader in the third grade series of Craft Right Brain Student Readers is “Enjoy The Ride(Level 3-A). This Reader was created for struggling  readers of any age, or  for beginning readers. This set includes the book "Enjoy The Ride", the accompanying sight word cards for "Enjoy The Ride", one green reading transparency, one blue reading transparency.  The "Enjoy The Ride" Reader contains the

    Phonetic Vowel Patterns and Digraphs: -aw, -au, -ow, -ou, -oo, -ew, -oa, -y, -igh, -or, -er, -ir, -ur, -oi, -oy, qu-, -ie Endings: - ind, -ild, -ire, -are, -old, -olt, -ost Sight Words: small, together, warm, eyes, which, found, also, through, horse, myself, read, old, grow, clean, birthday, only, river, eight, every, write, own, wash, thought, truth, other, these, carry, father, mother, people, head, field, sure, enough, door, show, more, sheriff, engine, cover, change, young, prince, love, castle, hero, quiet

    This reader gives the student much practice in all the words that are needed to move on to the third grade level. The inclusion of the right brain method of teaching sight words makes a huge difference in the ease of learning for them.  The color code for each phonics sound makes decoding a breeze.  You will find these readers working, when others have not.

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    These enlarged cards make it easy to hang up on your classroom wall for students to review daily. Teachers and homeschool parents LOVE using these cards to make the process of learning the sounds of letter combinations so easy by using the IMBEDDING technique. The Right Brain, which is the site of our Long Term Memory, is our Visual Brain.  Thus, when we put the letters (Left Brain) directly ON the picture that gives that sound, the brain stores the sound and picture that gives that sound in a "unit."  The picture comes up easily, and the letters are always attached to it.  This whole-brain teaching method makes memorizing sounds super easy. You will be surprised how painless this process really can be, once we use this "Brain Friendly" approach. 
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