The On Track series is designed to develop basic skills in phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, and vocabulary. Research based and fully accessible, it's ideal for reading programs, special ed, and inclusion classrooms. The series includes:
Eye Track - Designed to support learners of all ages experiencing difficulty with visual perception. Activities cover visual discrimination, visual memory, and visual closure.
Alphabet Track - Eight customizable activities help students locate letters quickly and consistently. Designed for inclusion teaching, students acquire spelling independence, learn letter names, practice ordering, improve short term memory, and recall alphabetic sequence.
Phoneme Track - Practice areas of phonemic weakness, and increase fluency in reading and spelling. The learner hears phonemes in words and sees the written representation of the phonemes. Activities include phoneme take-away, changes, and chains.
Spell Track - Learners ranging from pre-school to dyslexic adults will appreciate Spell Track's expertly designed, multi-sensory activities in: phonemic awareness, left-to-right tracking, word recognition, sequencing, segmenting, blending, and proofreading.
Word Track - Switch users, young students, and learners of all ages with specific learning needs will practice tracking words in the context of 180 sentences, arranged in order of increasing phonic complexity. Develops visual discrimination, proofreading, and high-frequency words.