Stories written by Sheila McCullagh.
Code (Orthographically) Mapped by Miss Emma!
Read the Griffin Pirate Stories and One, Two, Three and Away! in the ICRWY lesson BOOKS app.
These are being printed for a special print run to promote the ICRWY Project Lessons. These books will feature in Phase 2 and 3 lessons, and also be available as E-Books. Miss Emma, The Reading Whisperer, has created the lessons so that anyone can learn to read - for pleasure - with the right tools and support.
Code Mapped® One, Two, Three and Away! Books can be read in the ICRWY Lessons Books app. ! Children can learn to read more easily, as we are showing the phoneme to grapheme mapping, and ALSO how to pronounce each grapheme! Children become orthographic mappers!
The Speech Sound Pictographs are an alternative to the phonetic symbols used within the IPA, and represent speech sounds. Letters don't 'make sounds' - they represent specific speech sounds, but WHICH speech sound depends on the word! So the Speech Sound Monsters link directly with their own speech sound...not a letter, or a word spelt with one spelling choice for that phoneme.
Miss Emma has developed her approach to better support neurodiverse learners; she has a Masters Degree in SEN, and is undertaking doctoral research at the University of Reading.
Free SSP Monster Sounds app