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Vowels Books: Each vowel is dissected and isolated in a book. Exclusive 100 Spelling Rules applied in 600 Phonics Lessons. Children and Adults spell hundreds of words at a time! Guaranteed!

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Learn to Spell 500 Words a Day – The Vowel A

Learn to Spell The Vowel Avowels combinations

Five Sounds and 12 Spelling Patterns: The vowel “a” has five sounds we call phonics, which are spelled in 12 ways we call spelling patterns. Every sound and spelling pattern of the “a” is presented in The Vowel A book, as in these examples:

1. Short ă: man

2. Long ā: may, main, ate, eight, table

3. Special sounds of a: fall, false, author, dawn, warm

4. Weak sound of a called a schwa sound: permanent

The Vowel A book contains 65 comprehensive and detailed phonics-based spelling lessons. Each lesson begins with a logical spelling rule, followed by a list of nearly all the words that follow that rule, followed by a nonsensical story that contains most of the listed words, and students are asked to read aloud slowly to memorize the spelling of hundreds of words at a time.

Sample of the nonsensical stories: Dawn took the strawberries out of the freezer to let them thaw. Dawn drank her strawberry shake with a straw. Dawn ate raw vegetables and coleslaw. Dawn likes shrimp and prawns. Etc.

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Learn to Spell 500 Words a Day – The Vowel E

Learn to Spell the Vowel E    Vowels Combination

The vowel “e” has seven sounds we call phonics, which are spelled in 17 spelling patterns. Every sound and spelling pattern of the “e” is presented in The Vowel E, as in these examples:

1. Short ĕ: red, bread

2. Long  ē: meat, meet, Pete, chief, belief, monkey, lucky, he, ski, elite

3. Minor sounds of e: enough, eight, break, cake 

4. Weak sound of e called a schwa sound: poet

The Vowel E book contains 59 comprehensive and detailed phonics-based spelling lessons. Each lesson begins with a logical spelling rule, followed by a list of nearly all the words that follow that rule, followed by a nonsensical story that contains most of the listed words, and students are asked to read aloud slowly to memorize the spelling of hundreds of words at a time.

Sample of the nonsensical stories: The monkey, turkey, and donkey drank whiskey in Turkey. The monkey, turkey, and donkey played hockey with the disk jockey that had a key to the zoo. Rickey laughed at this malarkey. Etc.

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Learn to Spell 500 Words a Day – The Vowel I

Learn to Spell The Vowel I    Long Vowels

The vowel “i” has eight sounds we call phonics, which are spelled in 19 spelling patterns. Every sound and spelling pattern of the “i” is presented in The Vowel I book, as in these examples:

1. Short ĭ: Jim, gym

2. Long ī: night, sign, child, die, dye, type, icon, by, bypass

3. Minor sounds of i: bikini, onion, mission, vision, soldier

4. Weak or schwa sound of i: credible, analyst

The Vowel I book contains 62 comprehensive and detailed phonics-based spelling lessons. Each lesson begins with a logical spelling rule, followed by a list of nearly all the words that follow that rule, followed by a nonsensical story that contains most of the listed words, and then students are asked to read aloud slowly to memorize the spelling of hundreds of words at a time.

Sample of the nonsensical stories (y-e = ī-e): Lyle has a nice style. Lyle takes enzymes mixed with thyme. Lyle types 90 WPM. Lyle needs to analyze before he can memorize. Lyle and Kyle’s names rhyme. Lyle and Kyle do not stereotype people. Kyle cares for a tyke–paralyzed dog. Etc.

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Learn to Spell 500 Words a Day – The Vowel O

     Learn to Spell The Vowel O     vowel-combination lesson

The vowel “o” has 12 sounds we call phonics, which are spelled in 20 spelling patterns. Every sound and spelling pattern of the vowel “o” is presented in The Vowel O book, as in these examples:

1. Short ŏ: hop

2. Long ō: tow, toe, soul, loan, hope, so, cold, boy, boil

3. Nine other sounds of o: cow, counselor, cool, good, bought, do, you, choir, touch

4. Weak schwa sound of o: memory

The Vowel O book contains 76 comprehensive and detailed phonics-based spelling lessons. Each lesson begins with a logical spelling rule, followed by a list of nearly all the words that follow that rule, followed by a nonsensical story that contains most of the listed words, and students are asked to read aloud slowly to memorize the spelling of hundreds of words at a time.

Sample of the nonsensical stories: The man from Detroit had to toil and moil to find some oil under the soil. The man from Detroit went to Illinois to search for oil wells. The man from Detroit missed his appointment because of the turmoil. Etc.

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Learn to Spell 500 Words a Day – The Vowel U

Learn to Spell The Vowel U     vowel combination lesson

The vowel “u” has six sounds we call phonics, which are spelled in 28 spelling patterns. Every sound and spelling pattern of the vowel “u” is presented in The Vowel U book, as in these examples:

1. Short ŭ: dug, Doug, flood, ton, done

2. Long ū: sue, suit, feud, few, cute, menu, soup, shoo, shoe, tomb, to, prove

3. Special sounds of u: out, language, guest, curb

4. Schwa sound of u: stadium, humorous, nature

The Vowel U book contains 45 comprehensive and detailed phonics-based spelling lessons. Each lesson begins with a logical spelling rule, followed by a list of nearly all the words that follow that rule, followed by a nonsensical story that contains most of the listed words, and students are asked to read aloud slowly to memorize the spelling of hundreds of words at a time.

Sample of the nonsensical stories (double u = uu = w): Mathew grew up in a brand-new house. Mathew’s dad used to review Mathew’s homework. Mathew went on a crew with his nephew and a few friends. Mathew knew his new curfew time. Mathew knew some Hebrew. Etc.

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Learn to Spell 500 Words a Day (6 volumes: A, E, I, O, U, Consonants)

Learn to Spell 500 Words a Day is a book in six volumes. The titles of the six volumes are The Vowel AThe Vowel EThe Vowel IThe Vowel OThe Vowel U, and The Consonants.

Books of English VowelsClick on the books above to download Free lessons to learn to spell 580 words instantly!

For Children and Adults: The Vowels books are self-help books or they can function as K-12 teachers resources. If used as self-help books, they are for older children in the 4th grade and up and for adults.

Vowels rule English and they cannot be avoided. Hence, each vowel is dissected and isolated in a 154-page colored book. Every sound and spelling pattern of a vowel is presented in these vowels books. For instance, the vowel “a” has five major sounds we call phonics and they are spelled in 12 ways that we call spelling patterns. Students read and spell hundreds of words at a time from these vowels books.

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10 Phonics and Spelling Books or E-books

Long Vowels Books

1. Read Instantly (200 Logical Phonics Lessons) Amazon $52 — or — Our Price $45 — or — Special Offer

2. Learn to Spell 500 Words a Day (6 volumes) Amazon $52 each — or — Our Price $45 each — or — Special Offer

3. 100 Spelling Rules (Exclusive Rules) Amazon $98 — or — Our Price $78 — or Special Offer

4The Compound Words (7,000 Words) Amazon $52 or — Our Price $45 — or — Special Offer

5. How to Teach Phonics – Teachers’ Guide Amazon $27 — or — Our Price $20or — Special Offer

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