AAS Phonogram flash cards – Use this link to print a complete set of all of the phonogram flash cards. You will print double sided, the first 10 pages are the front sides and the last 10 pages are the back side. Then you can cut, separate and laminate all the phonograms. The numbers located on the bottom of the card correspond to the All About Spelling curricula.
AAS Phonogram Quick Reference–This document is an exhaustive, complete list of all of the phonograms taught in AAS Levels 1-6.
AAS Card Reference – This document is a list of the Key Cards taught in AAS Levels 1-6.
Phonograms introduced in OPG – This document aligns the phonograms that are introduced in Ordinary Parent’s Guide to Reading (OPG) with the AAS curricula. It reconciles any discrepancies between the two. Keep this document handy to reference while teaching your child to read for any clarification on correct phonogram teaching.
If you don’t want to print them yourself, you may order a set from Rainbow Resource for $12.95
AAS Blank Phonogram Drill Forms – Blank forms to quiz your student on the phonograms. Two-sided form that separates the 26 single phonograms and the multi-letter phonograms.
Intensive Phonogram Review (IPR) – This is a helpful document to help students who are new to the curricula. It helps break down and teach the all phonograms.
Phonogram Assessment Tracker K-2nd – For grades K-2nd to assess knowledge of phonograms for the use of application in decoding. Phonograms are introduced through the reading curriculum, with all 70+ phonograms mastered by the end of 2nd grade.
Phonogram Assessment Tracker – For grades 3rd and above to assess knowledge of phonograms for the use of application in decoding. Phonograms are introduced through the reading curriculum used in K-2nd grade, with all 70+ phonograms mastered by the end of 2nd grade.
Phonogram Review Games – Lots of ideas to play games to reinforce the phonograms. Included is a link to a video with tons of creative ways to make phonograms phun!
Phonogram Table – This is a table with 70+ phonograms. The white phonograms are the single letter phonograms and the shaded ones are multi-syllable.
All About Spelling – This is a link to the All About Spelling homepage where they have lots of great content, free downloads, free apps and interesting articles.
Parents, your child can also use the blue CD and the free app for tablets to study phonograms.