Our games are designed to help children of all abilities learn to read and spell. They are aligned with Structured Literacy Programs such as Orton-Gillingham based approaches. Structured Literacy is an explicit, systematic approach to reading instruction that teaches phonology, sound-symbol association, syllables types and division rules, and morphology to assist in decoding and encoding strategies. The systematic and cumulative organization of material moves from basic to complex in order to master the concepts.
Syllable Types are a crucial element of Structured Literacy that help students associate vowel spellings with sounds.
Syllable Swipe is a multi-sensory learning game to help your students learn the concepts of syllable types. After choosing two syllable types, you are presented with a monosyllabic word that fits one of the two chosen types. You then swipe to indicate which of the two types it fits, with the goal of increasing accuracy with each play session.
Your students will swipe their way to mastering the 6 syllable types!