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I have a student who has difficulty identifying whether a letter is a vowel or a consonant. I am looking for some good review games- preferably online- where he could practice identifying consonants and vowels. My goal is to get him to the point where he can identify the ending pattern for base words and eventually learn to add suffixes appropriately. (For example, he should be able to identify a base words as ending VVC, or VC, or VCe.) Thanks!
spelling help On 10/21/10, Julia wrote: > I have a student who has difficulty identifying whether a > letter is a vowel or a consonant. I am looking for some > good review games- preferably online- where he could > practice identifying consonants and vowels. My goal is to > get him to the point where he can identify the ending > pattern for bas...See More
Feb 2, 2011
arachgold While he's learning them, I would give him a strip of paper containing the vowels. Any letter not on the strip is a consonant. Below are some ideas to help him learn the vowels:

1. Have him say it in a rhythm a,e,i,o,u and sometimes y. He could do something gross motor while saying it: clap, stamp feet, jump, etc.

2. Here's a so...See More
Feb 5, 2011
index card I have an index size card that I place on a student's desk. All of the consonants are blue, vowels red. No real reason for the color, except it's the colors that most manipulatives I've purchased use. Most of my students (all dyslexic) need it for a few weeks, and then it becomes automatic.
yesterday, 2011


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