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Word Flippers

Word Flippers - A Downloadable Activity from All About Reading

Have you seen our Word Flippers?

Word Flippers are a popular component of the All About Reading program.

They are fun and motivating for kids, and a simple yet effective tool for you as the teacher.

Word Flippers reinforce all sorts of reading concepts, such as simple CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words, words with consonant suffixes, and more advanced words such as proficient and thankfully.

Thee are more than seventy-five Word Flippers included in levels 1-4 of the All About Reading program. Have I piqued your curiosity yet? Keep reading to learn more about these fun learning tools.

Using Word Flippers

All you need is an activity sheet, a pair of scissors, and a stapler. In a matter of minutes, your Word Flippers are ready to go.

As your child flips through the pages, he can visualize the changes that occur when single or multiple letters are replaced. There’s just something fun about these mini booklets!

Word Flippers - All About Reading

The Word Flipper pictured in this post comes from All About Reading Level 2, Lesson 8. In this lesson, the student learns how to read words with three-letter blends such as S-C-R as in scrap. After practicing the concept with letter tiles, we use the Word Flipper to provide even more practice and to build fluency. They can be used again and again to review and reinforce previously learned rules and patterns.

Word Flippers

Now it’s your turn!

Download the Word Flippers for “Three-Letter Blends”, along with 12 more sample Word Flippers from All About Reading Levels 1-4.

Word Flippers - All About Reading

Which Word Flippers is closest to your child’s reading level? Give them a try and let me know how your child likes them!

Photographs by Rachel Neumann

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Anne ofalamo

says:

thank you thank you these are fabulous!

Jennifer Lodge

says:

I love these! What a great idea!

Jen

says:

We used word flippers with my kindergartner in level 1 last year – she loved them. I think it helped her reading skills.

Marcia Hovey

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I’m so glad I came across AAR when I did, it’s been an amazing curriculum in our home. Not only is the core curriculum great on its own, but there’s so many extra activities to help children learn. You can incorporate an extra activity to get the child engaged and they don’t even realize they’re learning, they just know they’re having fun. My son’s favorite thing about AAR is the funny word combinations he can make.

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Marcia,
There is an activity in AAR 2 (I don’t remember which lesson), that has the child making funny snack combinations from a refrigerator. My daughter played that one again and again, more than any other activity she has done. Playing with words in humorous new ways is a lot of fun!

Vanessa

says:

My daughter loves these!

Jackie

says:

These are so cool! I’ve done something similar with popsicle sticks (blend on one end of stick with word endings on another stick), but there’s something about any sort of flip book that makes reading more fun.

Such a simple but effective spelling and reading aid!

Vicki

says:

This is a great idea!

Alex

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My son loves these!

Great post for the kids. Can You tell me please how to download you tube video to see it further.

Michael,
How to access the video depends on what device you are using and what browser. Here is a direct link to the video. That may help you to access it.

elin

says:

Thank you!! My 6 year old love these! Thank you, it has been very helpful!!

Shannon

says:

My son loves working with the Level 1 flippers.

Sarah Whitaker

says:

This is such a great resource. My daughter loves doing these.

Julie

says:

My kids really love word flippers!

Wendy

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Our son loves his level 1 word flippers. He uses them to make different words and then makes up sentences using that word.

Kara

says:

Great resource for my son. Thank you!

Steph

says:

These are great! My kids love the cutting work too! Thank you.

Heidi Gundermann

says:

A lot of great ideas. Thank you.

Kristin Girod

says:

We have level 1 and love the word flippers!

Louise

says:

Enjoying reading through these ideas

Carmen williams

says:

This looks really awesome. Great for word families!

Rhonda

says:

I have been doing all about reading this year for the first time with my son who is 6. He enjoys the word flippers the most. And I see improvement on the specific blend he is learning when using the word flippers.

Hayley

says:

My daughter loves the word flippers.

Misty

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Love the flippers for extra practice!!!

Amy

says:

I love these. In my teacher education classes we had to make these by hand and it was very time consuming.

Rachel

says:

My children love word flippers, they are one of the best learning tools!

April

says:

Great tool! Thanks:-)

April Butler

says:

My daughters love All About Reading, it has been a Godsend!

Patsy Foy

says:

As always, so many wonderful ideas. Thank you!

Sarah Suarez

says:

Thank you so much!

Jodi

says:

My daughter really enjoys the word flippers!

Kimberly Reid

says:

Such a cool idea!

Emma

says:

My son’s favorite lessons from Level 1 had word flippers! :)

Jennifer Larson

says:

We use word flippers with our 6 year old reluctant reader and she loves them!

Gina

says:

My daughter loves the word flippers. I have also made similar tools using plastic Easter eggs and paint chip cards.

Angel S.

says:

Thank you for sharing these Word Flippers. I plan to give them a try.

LaWanda

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I can’t wait to try these out with my two littlest.

SY

says:

This is such a neat idea!

Catherine Victor

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Word flippers are awesome an super easy to put together!! Thank You!

kristy

says:

What a neat idea!

Renee Brown

says:

We love word flippers! My daughter is enjoying All About Reading Level 1 and really gets excited when it time to practice with our Word Flippers!

Misty

says:

I’m so excited to get started on this program with my son this fall! He is 11, dyslexic, and has an auditory processing disorder.

melissa smith

says:

I started this program with my daughter this year an we love it. I am getting ready to order it for our 3 year old so we can get him started too, he loves to sit with us while his sister is working an repeat everything she is doing. thank you!

Lorean

says:

We are really looking forward to starting the All About Reading program!!! Thank you for this!

Cheryl

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This program is a huge help to my dyslexic child and a wonderful program for my other children as well!

cathryn Eckley

says:

Wow- this is so cool! It makes learning fun…

Ryane

says:

We absolutely love AAR and AAS! I am getting ready to start AAR Level 1 with my 3rd child now. AAS has been a blessing to my oldest who struggles so much with spelling/writing.
Thank you!

Lydia R.

says:

My older one is in second grade now, and I’m planning to start teaching my younger one reading once he turns four =) Thanks for this!

We LOVE the AAR word flippers! These have been one of our favorite learning tools in the program!

Joanna Jones

says:

We just tried these and they are great! My kids had fun even helping to assemble them and then use them.

Steve Fernandez

says:

Our kids love word fliippers. Thanks for sharing.

annie walker

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We do a version of word flippers with my kinder kiddo using magnet letters and we simply switch out word parts. We love it. Can’t wait to try some of these.

Annie,
All About Reading does that too with our magnet letter tiles! We call it “Change the Word”.

Gail Timmer

says:

I love word flippers too. Thanks for sharing!

Jess Martin

says:

I would love to try AAR with my son. I was given a different O-G based program, but it is designed for professional educators to implement, and I am more often than not confused. AAR looks SOOOO much easier to utilize!!

Jess,
All About Reading is designed to be very user friendly and teaches the teacher as you go. Our customers find it easy and even fun to use!

Holly

says:

I like that these include “nonsense” words, which encourage kids who are very familiar with words to keep from guessing but instead to sound everything out.

Kelly

says:

I am printing these while I type this!! I have been “on the fence” for a year about whether to use this reading and spelling program with two of my children. I know these will be a great tool!! These resources are great!!

Debbie King

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What a great way to practice blends! Some of my 2nd graders are going to benefit from this. It can also work for r-controlled vowel patterns. I need to work on putting these together. Such a simple idea, but a useful one.

Marlynn

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My kids use these to help build fluency, I like them cause they are easy to assemble and use.

Heather

says:

Thanks!!

JFox

says:

This is such a great idea!

Maria Tripp

says:

Thank you so much!

L.

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My child had fun with these and can build words easily now! Thanks for sharing!

jessi

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looks great!

Lynette Hughes

says:

Thanks for sharing these!

Kate

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Thanks for the lovely word flippers. I fun way to spice up word learning.

Ashley

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We love the flippers too! My son does so well with them!

Kristina Richardson

says:

My son will love these!

liz

says:

Can’t wait to try these! Thank you!

Tiffany Rider

says:

What a great idea! Thank you for the freebie! :-D

Sherry

says:

These look like fun. We have used similar things and it really reinforces reading!

Mary

says:

Wow, these look really helpful!

Brandi

says:

I look forward to trying these!!

Ally Welch

says:

Those are awesome! We will have to try them!

Calyn

says:

thanks so much for sharing this, I can’t wait to try it with my youngest.

Melanie Williams

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Simple, yet super effective!! We 💙AAR!

Jenny

says:

These look awesome!

Mulenga Katabua

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Can’t wait to checkout the word flippers!

Cira

says:

My son loves the flip books and I love it because I can use them for review later

Christine

says:

These are an easy way to do quick review. My daughter enjoys them!

Misty

says:

Clever idea! Thanks for the download!

Amy Smith

says:

The word flippers are a great tool to use with my children. We are almost finished with level 3 and it is amazing how helpful this program has been to build reading confidence in my children.

Sarah

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Love word flippers for my 1st grader and he loves to hold the book and flip the pages.

Sarah Schwandt

says:

Am looking forward to trying these out with a full level of All About Reading for my son!

Saph

says:

Thanks for the awesome free download!

Megan Thomas

says:

Such a great, simple idea! Thanks for all of these helpful downloads. It makes my job much more fun and easier!

Jeanette

says:

This is absolutely wonderful! Thank you.

James Reeves

says:

“My kids use word flippers and love them!”

Brenda

says:

Word flippers are great practice for struggling readers.

Melissa

says:

My daughter loves word flippers! She won’t put them down!

April A

says:

word flippers are so much fun. The kids love them….

Dee Anne

says:

We love word flippers!! We just used them in our lesson today. They are really helpful for my struggling reader. They give him such confidence when he’s flipping and reading each word.

Dawn Lundell

says:

We’re on AAR Level 2 and I think we have every word flipper saved that we’ve done so far. It’s a fun way to go back and review. My daughter loves them and so do I. Thank you!

roslyn harris

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I am doing AAR1 with my young son. He loves the word flippers…in his mind they are a game. We save them till last. He works obediently through the fluency sheets only because he has to, bit asks yo do these!

Jayme

says:

Thank you for this resource! Can’t wait to try it with my daughter and sons!

Naomi Sellards

says:

I’m excited to try this with my two different levels of readers!

Jennise W.

says:

What a great way to learn words and fun. Will try them with my son.

These look fun. I’m going to remember these and try using them soon.

Gloria

says:

What a great idea! Will be trying these with both my boys.

Jen

says:

I can’t wait to try these with my kids. Thank you for all the extras you provide!

Kelly

says:

After a reluctant beginning, my son is finally warming to flippers. Hopefully he will grow to like them more. I find them extremely helpful.

Camille Howard

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My daughter has struggled with reading and loves the Flippers. It has helped her immensely.

Melainiee Parton

says:

We had tried so many reading programs for my daughter who is dyslexic. We had no sucess until All about Reading and All about Spelling. We are so thankful for this company. The customer service us awesome also.

Awww, thank you, Melainiee.

Jodi

says:

My daughter enjoys the flippers. Thanks for all the extras you provide!

Dia

says:

Thank You for these jems. I plain to incorporate your word flippers into our reading time.

Carly

says:

I’m excited to try these word flippers with my kids! Thank you!

Charlotte Bowman

says:

I am excited to see how these word flippers will work with my kids. Thanks!

Leslie

says:

My level 1 man really likes the flip books. His eyes go wide and excited each word he reads. I think he just likes the fact that he reads a big chunk of new words, like he just attacked a mountain.

Leslie,
This made me smile, “like he just attacked a mountain.” Thanks you for sharing it.

Diane

says:

THANK YOU!!! We love the word flippers!!!!

Katie

says:

My son is just beginning to discover the thrill of reading CVC words–I think he’ll love the word flippers!

Leanna Meyer

says:

Thank you for making this resource available! :)

Mandi

says:

These look great! My kids are going to enjoy having them as part of their learning experience.

Linda Holcomb

says:

What a wonderful resource! And a blessing to not have to create it myself. Thank you very much.

Linda

Jenn Khurshid

says:

I can’t wait to use these with my children! Thank you!

Jeannie

says:

Sounds like a great tool!

Karen

says:

We seem to be getting further ahead in spelling than reading – introducing new phonograms in spelling that we haven’t learned in reading yet. Should we slow down?

Well, how is your student doing, Karen? Is he (or she) learning to spell the words in a timely manner (four days to a week per step would be “timely”)? Is he struggling to gain fluency in reading? How are things going?

By far most students pick up reading more easily than spelling and move ahead in All About Reading. Also, most students can master words more easily in spelling after they have been reading them for some time. This is one of the reasons we recommend starting All About Spelling 1 only after the student has completed All About Reading 1, or the equivalent reading level (this article has more information on this).

However, there are some few children that find spelling easier than reading and their reading is improved if they learn to spell the word before they learn to read it. These children typically can sound words out pretty well, but struggle greatly to move beyond sounding out to smooth, fluent reading. My youngest child is one of these, and she started making faster progress in reading once I allowed her to move ahead in spelling, so that she is spelling words for a couple of weeks or more in AAS before she is reading them in AAR.

So, all that to say it depends. If being ahead in spelling is working well for your child, then continue as you are doing. If your child is struggling in any way, then consider allowing him to get ahead in reading.

I hope this helps. Please let me know how your child is doing and if you have further questions or concerns.

Phyllis

says:

These look great. Little hands love to have something to hold and look at and work with.

Emma

says:

I hadn’t heard of word flippers but they sound like fun. My daughter would certainly like them more than just writing the words over and over again!

Joyce Chia

says:

Thanks for making learning easy for my children! Can’t wait for my kids to use more of your resources!

Colleen

says:

AAR is a great program!

Melissa Mitchell

says:

We are into Level 3 at this time and love this program.

Donna McCormick

says:

I love your reading program. My daughter struggles with reading, but I have seen great progress with your program. We are now over half way through AAR Level 3, and she is doing so much better. Thank you!

Donna,
It’s great to hear your daughter is doing so much better! Thanks for letting us know.

Madison

says:

You have a great blog on reading.

Kelly

says:

I’ve always wanted to try AAR, and this would be a good opportunity to do so! Thx!!!

Lori M Sobeski

says:

I love AAS and now looking into AAR.

Nina

says:

This sounds so great! I would certainly use this with my kids. Thank you so much for this freebie!

Kimberly Ingalls

says:

I love using these. It shows quickly how words are related by sound.

Gena

says:

Love this idea!

Mary

says:

Wow! This is a great freebie to help students practice. It will come in handy while teaching reading. Thanks!

Stephenia Bowman

says:

My grands aren’t ready for these yet but I really to want to get started on All About Reading. Thanks for providing this opportunity!

The Word Flipper pages are some of my son’s favorite parts of the program!! He gets really excited about getting to cut out all the pieces and is proud of himself for getting the staples in the right places. He even likes adding his own homemade pieces and adding them into the Word Flipper booklets. We think they’re a great part of the program! Thanks!!

Lynne,
My daughter likes cutting and assembling the word flippers too, but I never thought of adding in additional words. Thanks for the great idea!

Deanna Sallee

says:

Thank you! These look great!

Lyndsay

says:

My daughter loves these! She loves when there is a bee picture, so she can make up her own.

Sujata

says:

Hey thanks for the flippers, they are fun to go about. I’ll be back to comment once my six year young learns them all :)

Theresa

says:

I love that these exist for all levels, so that even my advanced reader can have fun and get the hands on practiced needed.

Theresa,
I completely agree! How often do you see fun little activities like these that use really hard words like artificial and spacious?!?

Ami

says:

We love the word flipper books!

Vanessa S

says:

I have a struggling 3rd grader – well struggling to sound out words. He’s a great memorizer though!
I’m thinking these flippers may be good at helping him to retain in long term memory all the blends, diagraphs, etc. Thanks for this!

circe

says:

This looks like a great resource to add to my bag of things.
thanks so much!

Tara Schwartz

says:

Flippers look like a fun way for my daughter to improve her reading skills. We will check them out!

Jenny Wilkinson

says:

We love Flippers!

Amanda B

says:

We love word flippers!! We can take them along with us anywhere & practice words. So great! :)

Mary

says:

My son HATED his reading lessons until I started using AAR!! Now he loves his reading lessons and the word flippers are a favorite of his!

Mary

says:

I love these! My five year old will try almost any single word, but is intimidated by multiple words. We are pausing at this stage to gain confidence and these look like a really fun way to explore more single words. Thank you!

Kelly Mungle

says:

I love these word flippers! They are fun to make and meaningful to my little readers! Thank you!!!!!

Karli Mason

says:

My kids love the fun activities like this that come with AAR!

Jill

says:

We love All About Spelling, but have never tried All About Reading. These word flippers look fun!

Margaret Mazurkewich

says:

I love the All About Spelling program so far! Wish I knew about your programs years ago to help my Grade Five child who had to start at level 1 to get the basics that was not being taught in school! She is now up to level 3 and all in 5 months time. Will definitely be investing in the other programs you offer!

Very pleased mom!

Margaret,
It’s great to hear how well your child has progressed in such a short period of time. She’s really doing great!

Jassica

says:

We love word flippers too! I think the it really helps my son’s confidence, and I’ve noticed him playing word games orally that are similar to the flippers.

Debra Wilson Citta

says:

Word Flippers are so cool! Love them!

Jodi Krisher

says:

We love word flippers! !

Rosanne

says:

My daughter will love this! Thank you!

Jackie Heikes

says:

Looks like a great manipulative to have handy. Easy to do.

Danielle A.

says:

We have really enjoyed the word flippers in Level 1! My son has so much fun making the words change!

Sarah Jackson

says:

Love word flippers!

Amanda Mark

says:

Considering switching to all about reading.

Laura

says:

This is a great idea! I need to make these for my youngest.

Lauren

says:

These look like a great resource!

Amy Krohn

says:

Word flippers look fun and useful. Thank you!

Lorie

says:

What fun! Can’t wait to try these with my little guy! :-)

We love the Word Flippers!! My kids cheer when they see those pages and run for the paper cutter and stapler! They have a ball belong to put them together, as well as reading through them! I find that they have an increased success rate on these, as one part of the word stays the same throughout that flipper. And they love the confidence boost they get from that!

*they have a ball helping to put them together*

Andrea,
Yes! That confidence boost and more fluent reading is exactly what we are aiming for with these!

Elizabeth

says:

I think this is a great idea! I can’t wait to try it with our son.

Jessica

says:

I really love this idea! This blog is full of great resources and support!

Rebecca McAllister

says:

Can’t wait to give these a flip!

Okay, I actually laughed out loud a little at that!

Holly Barrios-DiNardo

says:

Are there word flippers for AAS?

Holly,
These Word Flippers are found in All About Reading.

However, the pages for AAR 1 would go well with AAS 1, the pages for AAR 2 would go well with AAS 2, and the pages for AAR 3 would go well with AAS 3. However, the pages from AAR 4 would go with AAS 7.

Megan

says:

What a great idea! Can’t wait to try this with my kiddos.

Sarah

says:

These are so helpful! And hands-on is always a plus at our house.

Lydia

says:

We love the word flippers, just a fun way to practice words!

Rachelle

says:

These look great! I’m really excited to begin level 1 with my daughter and this looks so helpful!

Leah

says:

My 6 year old son loves these!

Erica

says:

We love the word flippers also. My older kids use theirs to practice as well as “teach” their younger brother how to read. They love to use what they have learned to be teachers to their siblings and it helps them practice also. We love all about reading and all about spelling.

Katie Bray

says:

Love the use of word flippers. Plus the video was really helpful.

Simone Anderson

says:

My daughter loves the word flippers – they really work! She even teaches her stuffies how to read with them. :)

Oh, I can just picture it, Simone. Too cute!

Oksana

says:

This is so neat! I haven’t seen those before. Will need to try with my kids. We’re in level 2 of AAS. Almost done with all the steps. My kids are going along smoothly with the AAS. I’m learning some new things too.

Joy

says:

Love the word flippers idea! I have a four year old I am about to reach to read. We’ve loved AAS with my older. Would love to try AAR!

Carolyn

says:

A great idea! Can’t wait to use these with my reluctant reader!

Julie Patterson

says:

Thank you for the free download. I’d like to try these!

Sarah

says:

My kids LOVE the word flippers! They are one of the best parts of AAR!

Caryn Frazier

says:

What a great idea! I plan to try this with my beginning reader.

lisam

says:

We Love AAR pre-reading! The Ziggy puppet is a family member now :) Looking forward to trying Level 1!

Cara

says:

We love AAR and AAS. Thanks for the post.

Lisa

says:

Hi! I purchased All About Reading Level 1 for my son who is most likely dyslexic and dyscalulic, and he absolutely loves it! There isn’t one part of the program that he finds a chore. It’s a super user-friendly program; I love the beautifully illustrated readers (not babyish cartoons); and it’s been worth every penny. After homeschooling for 16 years and now with my first dyslexic child, none of my other programs worked and he was brought to tears. But no more! Thank you, Marie! What a blessing! Looking forward to the spelling program!

Lisa,
This is a lovely, detailed review. Thank you! (And I completely agree about the illustrations in the readers!)

Lauren

says:

I’m really excited about these. I have printed them all out and will use some with my second grader, and some with my kindergartner. Thanks!

Susanne

says:

I used a similar book we called flip books in another program I used years ago. The children loved them! Thanks for the download. I think my youngest will be able to used the ones from level 3 and 4.

Hannah

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Both my dyslexic boys love word flippers! It gives them such confidence seeing how many new words they can master with each new blend they conquer. They carry their flippers around proudly reading all the words to their younger siblings with great pleasure.

Lisa

says:

Thanks for these extras! We love AAS, but haven’t tried AAR yet. These little gems may help!

Joy

says:

What a great idea! And a fun way for kids to learn!

Sarah

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My sons love the word flippers and so do I. A few weeks ago, my two sons (ages 5 and 3) brought them out to show their Grandpa how they could read. It was so nice and I was so proud of them. I am shocked that my 3 year old in particular wants to do this and is reading many words on his own with no pressure. They work and they are fun!

Sarah,
I got a big smile thinking of your little boys showing Grandpa their word flippers. That must have been too cute!

Tamie

says:

I love all the wonderful tips and tricks, and look forward to the emails from Marie in my email. Thanks for the great info

Kari

says:

All About Reading is a wonderful program that has been invaluable to both my daughter and Me. We have a lot of fun with the lessons, the stories, and the games. We really are enjoying learning to read and we really haven’t had any struggles thanks to this program.

Karen Watson

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Recently changed curriculums to AAR and am really enjoying the program. My daughter and I have both found the word flippers very helpful.

Karyn Panchot

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I love these great ideas that involve more than just reading a word off of a piece of paper! I teach elementary special education and my kiddos (well, really ALL kiddos) learn so much easier when things are hands-on and fun! Thanks !

Kristin

says:

I just have to say I love AAR. I recommend it to anyone to asks. We are halfway through level 2 and my just turn 6 yr old is reading on a 3 rd grade level!

We’ve just recently started using the All About Reading program and our second daughter gets really excited when she gets to make a word flipper. They’re pretty neat and useful!

Wendy Heuvel

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At first I didn’t like word flippers… but once I started using them, I was amazed at their usefulness! Now my daughter looks forward to them. :)

Wendy,
This is interesting. I know some kids really like the flippers, and most don’t mind them, but was there any particular reason you didn’t like them?

Trang

says:

Hi Marie,
This is brilliant. I will be trying this out with my little one.

Carol

says:

Brilliant! Wish I’d had these for my older kids, but I’ll certainly use them for the little one!

LINDA B

says:

I think these are a great idea. They really solidify sounds and sound combinations. Thank you.

Julia Shoup

says:

These look really fun!

Lauryn R

says:

Using Word Flippers is such a great teaching technique! I am new to homeschooling ( my kids are 6, 3, and 1) so I am always looking for new ways and methods of teaching! Thank you for sharing this awesome download! :)

Desiree

says:

Great Program! Can’t wait to try it.

Nicci

says:

Thank you for this. I’ll be trying this out with my kiddo.

Marie,
I really enjoyed looking over the All About Reading and All About Spelling programs on the web. I’m currently enrolled in Western Governor’s University for Interdisciplinary Studies (K-8) and am always looking for ways to enhance the learning experience of elementary school children. I also volunteer in Kindergarten and tutor at home. Your Word Flippers are a great idea! I don’t have any children at home at the moment, but I will continue to keep your program in mind for future use.
Edna Stewart

Brandi Harris

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Great resources here on your blog :)

mary

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This is great! Thanks for sharing. The various options for word spelling are a challenge. It is good to know the exceptions to the rules.

Ruth Bevan

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Love the word flippers. I will be making many!!!

Ruth Bevan

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I purchased the spelling tiles and magnets. Kids love them and spelling is improving!!! I would love to have the Spelling kit!!

Meg

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We love AAR and AAS around here. It has made teaching my youngest how to read delightful, and spelling for my middle child doable!

skagitbon

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I LOVE this! This is exactly what my daughter needs to fill in a few “holes” I am noticing in her reading. I wish I could shout to everyone to get your programs, as they are comprehensive and … well, just plain SMART!

Leslie

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A couple weeks ago I started pre- AAR with my K and was using something different with my 1st grader until he made it very clear he wanted to do Pre-K reading with his sister. They are doing it together now (my 1st grader is at an advanced pace so I can get him into AAR1 as soon as possible) AND they are both very happy with the program so far.

My two older children (9 yrs & 11yrs) have several gaps with their reading and spelling. We decided to begin with AAS1 on an accelerated pace and they are both really enjoying it so far. We look forwarded to working through the AAS program and filling in the gaps :-)

AAS & AAR have been a blessing to our homeschool this year!!!

BonnyBeth

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We love the spelling program and would totally be on cloud nine if we won Reading Level 2!! Great program–lots of fun for kids!

kim

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Excited to see Level 2. Have the Pre-1, and Level 1 for reading, and Level 1 Spelling. We are doing Sonlight this year which includes Language and Spelling, but just love AAR and AAS so much, am doing it instead of Sonlight’s.

chinyin

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I am starting my son with pre-K. I am he will enjoy as what most kids have. To win level 2 would be lovely….

Ruthie Wright

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Looks great!

Christie McConkey

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What lesson #s are Lumberjack and Word Flippers from in LEvel 2?
THanks,
Christie
mcconkey@cableone.net

Marie Rippel

says: Customer Service

Hi Christie! “Be a Lumberjack” is from Lesson 5. The Word Flippers are from Lesson 7. There are 51 lessons in Level 2.

Danette Carter

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My Son and i are doing All About Reading Level I. We completed the Pre-K Level and he loved it. I hope to win the level 2 program!

Iris

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I can’t wait to try the Pre-K level with my younger two children, starting the older two with Level 1 was one of the best decisions I’ve made. Winning Level 2 would be fantastic also!

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