SUMMER DYSLEXIA CAMP 2021

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Kids with Capes

YELLOW SUPER READERS

This level is for students that finished kindergarten or are at kindergarten reading level and need help...

  • Recognizing and saying rhyming words.

  • Learning letter names and sounds. 

  • Identifying the beginning, middle, and ending sounds in CVC words for example: lip, met,  rod.

  • Practice oral language skills needed to read.

  • Reading irregularly spelled words (known as sight words).

  • Developing a love for reading.

Super Hero Kids

GREEN SUPER READERS 

This level is for students that finished 1st grade or are at a 1st-grade reading level and need help...

  • Putting sounds together to make a word

  • Segmenting words into their complete sequence of sounds and identifying the beginning, middle, and end sounds. 

  • Sorting upper and lower case letters.

  • Identifying the name of the letter when a sound is given.

  • Practice the language skills they need to improve their reading.

  • Repeating a word and identifying if the vowel has a short or a long sound. 

  • Understanding open and closed syllables to help with their reading. 

  • Reading words with initial and final blends and digraphs (stamp, blush, prod, etc.)

  • Reading and spelling irregularly spelled words (known as sight words).

  • Developing a love for reading and finding joy in re-reading texts. 

Superheroes

BLUE SUPER READERS
This level is for students that finished 2nd grade or are at 2nd grade reading level and need help...

  • Developing a strategy to read printed words with prefixes and suffixes such as separating words by syllables. 

  • Reading and spelling irregularly spelled words.

  • Identifying the vowel sounds in words with short or long vowels (mask, sheep, next, maid).

  • Identifying short and long vowel sounds when a word is given to them.

  • Manipulating sounds in a word (deleting, adding, and substituting).

  • Spelling words with short vowels, silent e, and introduction to some vowel teams.

  • Dividing words by syllables.

  • Improving their reading fluency. 87 WCPM is the expected benchmark at the end of 2nd grade and 100WCPM for 3rd grade

  • Developing a love for reading while making relevant connections to better understand the text.