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1 Letter-Sound Inventory (Record Sheet #1) 5-11 o Alphabet Recitation o Alphabet Recitation a b c d e f 9 h a b c d e f 9 h j k m n 0 p q k m n 0 p q r s t u v w x y z r s t u v w x y z 0 Upper Case Letter Identification 0 Upper Case Letter Identification N V A H W S E N V A H W S E B K 0 F Q L B K 0 F Q L D R X G T Z D R X G T Z U J C P y M U J C P Y M RS#1 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. RS#1 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. o Alphabet Recitation o Alphabet Recitation a b c d e f 9 h a b c d e f 9 h j k m n 0 p q j k m n 0 p q r s t u v w x y z r s t u v w x y z 0 Upper Case Letter Identification 0 Upper Case Letter Identification N V A H W S E N V A H W S E B K 0 F Q L B K 0 F Q L D R X G T Z D R X G T Z 't:l X CT Ifi CD U J C P Y M U J C P Y M co m <D it a:: RS#1 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. RS#1 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc.

2 Letter-Sound Inventory (Record Sheet #2) Lower Case Letter Identification 0 Lower Case Letter Identification n v a h w s e n v a h w s e b k 0 f q b k 0 f q d r x t z d r x t z 9 9 u j c p y m u j c p y m o Letter-Sound Associations o Letter-Sound Associations n v a h w s e n v a h w s e b k 0 f q b k 0 f q d r x t z d r x t z 9 9 u j c p y m u j c p y m 1997, SenseAbie Learning Systems, Inc. SenseAbie Learning Systems, Inc. 0 Lower Case Letter Identification 0 Lower Case Letter Identification n v a h w s e n v a h w s e b k 0 f q b k 0 f q d r x 9 t z d r x 9 t z u j c p y m u j c p y m o Letter-Sound Associations o Letter-Sound Associations " x 0 id n v a h w s e n v a h w s e b k 0 f q b k 0 f q d r x 9 t z d r x 9 t z U C P Y m u c p y m $ l CD 0:: RS#2 1997, SenseAbie Learning Systems, Inc. RS#2 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc.

3 Letter-Sound Inventory (Record Sheet #3) Intitial Consonant Blends 0 Intitial Consonant Blends tr sn br pi sm tr sn br pi sm cl gr sp cr sl dw cl gr sp cr sl dw fl sk pr sw dr fl sk pr sw dr st gl fr tw bl sc st gl fr tw bl sc o Final Consonant Blends o Final Consonant Blends -nt -Id -nch -ct -Ik -nt -Id -nch -ct -Ik -pt -Ip -ft -If -nd -pt -Ip -ft -If -nd -1m -mp -It -ng -nk -1m -mp -It -ng -nk RS#3 1997, SenseAble Leaming Systems, Inc, RS#3 1997, SenseAble Leaming Systems, Inc, 0 Intitial Consonant Blends 0 Intitial Consonant Blends tr sn br pi sm tr sn br pi sm cl gr sp cr sl dw cl gr sp cr sl dw fl sk pr sw dr fl sk pr sw dr st gl fr tw bl sc st gl fr tw bl sc o Final Consonant Blends o Final Consonant Blends -nt -Id -nch -ct -Ik -nt -Id -nch -ct -Ik -pt -Ip -ft -If -nd -pt -Ip -ft -If -nd ".n -1m -mp -It -ng -nk -1m -mp -It -ng -nk ici " $ III D RS#3 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. RS#3 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. 0:

4 Letter-Sound Inventory (Record Sheet #4) Name. Date 5-17 o Consonant Digraphs o Consonant Digraphs ch th sh wh ph gh ch th sh wh ph gh o 3-Letter Blends o 3-Letter Blends scr thr spl str scr thr spl str squ spr shr sph squ spr shr sph Silent Letter Groups Silent Letter Groups o Cards #1-8 o Cards #1-8 qu -ck wr -tch qu -ck wr -tch kn -ge -ce -dge kn -ge -ce -dge o Cards #9-16 o Cards #9-16 gn chi -mn sch gn chi -mn sch rh ch -mb chr rh ch -mb chr SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. Name Da o Consonant Digraphs o Consonant Digraphs ch th sh wh ph gh ch th sh wh ph gh o 3-Letter Blends o 3-Letter Blends scr thr spl str scr thr spl str squ spr shr sph squ spr shr sph Silent Letter Groups Silent Letter Groups o Cards #1-8 o Cards#1-8 qu -ck wr -tch qu -ck wr -tch kn -ge -ce -dge kn -ge -ce -dge o Cards #9-16 o Cards #9-16 chi -mn sch gn chi -mn sch ch -mb chr rh ch -mb chr 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc.

5 Letter-Sound Inventory (Record Sheet #5) 5-19 o Short Vowels 0 Short Vowels a e v i 0 U Y a e v i 0 U Y o Long/Short Vowels o Long/Short Vowels U 6 a i e 0 u 6 a i e 0 a i 0 e y y a i 0 e y y 0 Level 3 Vowels 0 Level 3 Vowels i -oe ai 0 e i -oe ai 0 e -ue a ee 6 i 0 -ue a ee 6 i 0 -ee -y U Y oa -ee -y U Y oa e a -ie ea y e a -ie ea y 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. o Short Vowels 0 Short Vowels a e v i 0 U Y a e v i 0 U Y o Long/Short Vowels o Long/Short Vowels U 6 a i e 0 u 6 a i e 0 a i 0 e y y a i 0 e y y 0 Level 3 Vowels 0 Level 3 Vowels i -oe ai 0 e i -oe ai 0 e -ue a ee 6 i 0 -ue a ee 6 i 0 -ee -y U Y oa -ee -y Ci Y oa l Lri., O:i e a -ie ea y e a -ie ea y d! 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. RS#5 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc.

6 Letter-Sound Inventory (Record Sheet #6) 5-21 Vowel Combinations Vowel Combinations D Cards #1-11 D Cards #1-11 er oi aw ir au ar er oi aw ir au ar oy ur au or ow OW oy ur au or ow ow D Cards #12-26 D Cards #12-26 ang ew unk ought ay ang ew unk ought ay ing 00 ank igh ung ing 00 ank igh ung aught ink ong eigh onk aught ink ong eigh onk D Cards #27-37 D Cards #27-37 alt ind all aid olt all alt ind all aid olt all ost aim old alk i1d ost aim old alk ild D Cards #38-42 D Cards #38-42 wor qua war quar wa war qua war quar wa SenseAble Learning Systems. Inc SenseAble Learning Systems. Inc. Vowel Combinations Vowel Combinations D Cards #1-11 D Cards#1-11 er oi aw ir au ar er oi aw ir ou ar oy ur au or ow ow oy ur au or ow ow D Cards #12-26 D Cards #12-26 ang ew unk ought ay ang ew unk ought ay ing 00 ank igh ung ing 00 ank igh ung aught ink ong eigh onk aught ink ong eigh onk D Cards #27-37 D Cards #27-37 alt ind all aid olt all alt ind all aid olt all ost aim old alk ild ost aim old alk ild 'tj )( <T a; D Cards #38-42 D Cards #38-42 war qua war quar wa war qua war quar wa la N m m SenseAbie Learning Systems. Inc SenseAble Learning Systems. Inc. II:

7 Letter-Sound Inventory (Record Sheet #7) 5-23 Mixed Vowel Groups Mixed Vowel Groups o Cards: Orange #1-26, Pink #13-18 o Cards: Orange #1-26, Pink #13-18 oi er -ee or unk au igh oi er -ee or unk au igh ought ay ong ai ur ank -ie ought ay ong ai ur ank -ie ou aw 00 ung aught -oe ink ou aw 00 ung aught -oe ink ew onk ir oy eigh ee ow ew onk ir oy eigh ee ow -y ar ing oa ang -ue ea -y ar ing oa ang -ue ea o Cards: Orange #27-42, Pink #19 D Cards: Orange # Pink #19 i1d war 011 aid ie qua ild war 011 aid ie qua all ost wor aim old ei all ost wor aim old ei quar ind alk olt wa alt quar ind alk olt wa alt 1997, SenseAble Leaming Systems, Inc. 1997, SenseAble Leaming Systems, Inc. Mixed Vowel Groups Mixed Vowel Groups D Cards: Orange #1-26, Pink #13-18 D Cards: Orange #1-26, Pink #13-18 oi er -ee or unk au igh oi er -ee or unk au igh ought ay ong ai ur ank -ie ought ay ong ai ur ank -ie ou aw 00 ung aught -oe ink ou aw 00 ung aught -oe ink ew onk ir oy eigh ee ow ew onk ir oy eigh ee ow -y ar ing oa ang -ue ea -y ar ing oa ang -ue ea o Cards: Orange #27-42, Pink #19 D Cards: Orange #27-42, Pink #19 ild war 011 aid ie qua ild war 011 aid ie qua all ost wor aim old ei all ost wor aim old ei quar ind alk olt wa alt quar ind alk olt wa alt 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc.

8 Letter-Sound Inventory (Record Sheet #8) 5-25 Name Date. Name Date o Consonant -Ie Endings o Consonant -Ie Endings -fie -pie -cle -tie -ble -zle -kle -gle -die -ckle -stle -fie -pie -cle -tie -ble -zle -kle -gle -die -ckle -stle Sounds o Hard-Soft c & g Sounds o Hard-Soft c & g Hard c - Soft c Hard 9 - Soft 9 Hard c - Soft c Hard 9 - Soft 9 Rule Application Rule Application c(u) g(a) c(i) g(e) c(o) g(y) c(e) g(u) c(y) g(i) c(a) g(o) c(u) g(a) c(i) g(e) c(o) g(y) c(e) g(u) C(y) g(i) c(a) g(o) RS#8 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. RS#8 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. Name Date Name Date o Consonant -Ie Endings o Consonant -Ie Endings -fie -pie -cle -tie -ble -zle -kle -gle -die -ckle -stle -fie -pie -cle -tie -ble -zle -kle -gle -die -ckle -stle Sounds o Hard-Soft c & g Hard c - Soft c Hard 9 - Soft 9 Sounds o Hard-Soft c & g Hard c - Soft c Hard 9 - Soft 9 an Rule Application c(u) g(a) c(i) g(e) C(O) g(y) c(e) g(u) c(y) g(i) c(a) g(o) CD a; CD RS#8 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. 0: Rule Application c(u) g(a) c(i) g(e) C(O) g(y) c(e) g(u) c(y) g(i) c(a) g(o) RS#8 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc.

9 Letter-Sound Inventory (Record Sheet #9) 5-27 Name Date Name Da Suffixes & Word Endings Suffixes & Word Endings o Vowel Suffixes o Vowel Suffixes -ing -y -ed -er -est -en -ing -y -ed -er -est -en o Consonant Suffixes o Consonant Suffixes -less -ful -tion -ment -less -ful -tion -ment -Iy -sion -ness -Iy -sion -ness o Word 'Endings o Word Endings -ey -ied -ier -iest -ie -ies -ey -ied -ier -iest -ie -ies o Complete List o Complete List -tion -ed -iest -Iy -en -ies -ful -tion -ed -iest -Iy -en -ies -ful -ing -ness -ey -ment -ier -est -ing -ness -ey -ment -ier -est -less -ied -y -sion -ie -er -less -ied -y -sion -ie -er RS#9 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. RS#9 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. Suffixes & Word Endings Suffixes & Word Endings 0 Vowel Suffixes 0 Vowel Suffixes -ing -y -ed -er -est -en -ing -y -ed -er -est -en o Consonant Suffixes o Consonant Suffixes -less -ful -tion -ment -less -ful -tion -ment -Iy -sion -ness -Iy -sion -ness o Word Endings 0 Word Endings -ey -ied -ier -iest -ie -ies -ey -ied -ier -iest -ie -ies 0 Complete List o Complete List -tion -ed -iest -Iy -en -ies -ful -tion -ed -iest -Iy -en -ies -ful 'C -ing -ness -ey -ment -ier -est -ing -ness -ey -ment -ier -est iii CD ci:i -less -ied -y -sion -ie -er -less -ied -y -sion -ie -er $ 1; RS#9 1997, SenseAble Learning Systems, Inc. RS#9 Iii) 1997, SenseAble Leaming Systems, Inc. a::

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