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Kindle Phonics FYI


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So I'm going through and formatting some of our word lists for decoding, and I realized that Don Potter had already done something I could use: he made "decoding cards" for the Blend Phonics program. It's a .pdf file, meant to be printed and cut out, but I transferred it to my Kindle and now my son can read through the list, three words at a time in a decently-sized font, while operating the buttons by himself.




I will continue to make my own .pdf with word lists that are mastery-based with spiral review, but for now this has been a great way to make something tedious (decoding lists of words) into something fun.

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