All About Reading Divider Cards

All About Reading Divider Cards

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Grades: K-1

Product Description:

These six laminated Divider Cards are more necessary than the box, providing the divisions specific to each level and used to keep track of what to review when. Please note that these do not come with the box, but are included in the Basic Interactive Kit and Deluxe Interactive Kit for this level.

Publisher Description:

Keep your reading card box easily organized with a handy set of reading divider cards. These cards feature laminated color-coded divider tabs, sized to fit the All About Reading flashcards so that everything stays nice and neat.

These divider cards are also included in our Basic Reading Interactive Kit and Deluxe Reading Interactive Kit. There are 6 sturdy laminated divider cards, ready to insert in your index card box or our Reading Review Box.

Category Description for All About Reading:

Homeschool Reading that is actually fun!

All About Reading is an Orton-Gillingham-based phonics program incorporating five key components of reading: Phonological Awareness, Phonics and Decoding, Fluency, Vocabulary, and Comprehension. Course components include a Teachers Manual, a Student Packet (which includes an activity book, review cards, and stickers), and hard-backed readers. The complete program consists of five levels: Pre-Reading (PK or K) and Levels 1 4 (grades K 3rd/4th). All teaching and lesson activities are multisensory with a strong emphasis on mastery learning based on reinforcement (games) and review. With its 2019 edition, all materials are in full color and although the stories and activity books are essentially the same, the Teachers Manuals have been expanded with additional teaching tips and hands-on learning activities. The new color materials all correlate with the most recent black and white materials (2nd edition of Level 1; 3rd edition of Level 2; 1st edition of all other levels).

In general, the organization of this program is similar to its sister/companion program All About Spelling. The easy-to-use Teachers Manual provides the path (detailed and lightly scripted lessons) for the teacher-student interaction that is central to the program. Each lesson starts with telling you what you will do and what you will need; then follows review, new teaching, reinforcement and a read aloud time. Lessons can be done at whatever pace is comfortable for both parent and student. Reinforcement and review are provided through games (at least your child will think theyre games). A key component to all levels is the designated Read Aloud Time and suggestions for agegrade appropriate read-alouds are provided.

All About Reading is a well-constructed, thorough, and serious reading program that is devoted to the idea that learning to read can be pleasurable.

Lessons follow a typical pattern and are multi-sensory; starting with a preview of the letter sounds (for the teacher) and review (for the student). New Teaching segments are easy to follow and illustrated. The general role of the Teachers Manual is to provide the teacher with all background information, procedures (Hold up the Phonogram Card and say the sound), the plan (what to do, when), and methodologies (use of letter tiles). New Teaching also includes activity sheets, reading practice (using word cards), and fluency practice. Helpful Teacher Tips are provided at all relevant points. Each lesson ends with a designated Read-Aloud Time and a reminder to Track Your Progress (putting stickers onto the progress chart). Every other lesson (typically) is centered around the childs reading a story from one of the three readers. Since all words in the story have been previously introduced, the focus of the lesson is on fluency, vocabulary development, and reading comprehension.

Activity Books are packed with reinforcement activities as well as the reading sheets. Activities include games, Word Flippers, and matching activities. Fluency Practice sheets (2 pages each) include new words, mixed review, and phrases and sentences.

Student Activity Packets for each level provide the specific items needed by the student. In Pre-Reading there is an activity book, picture cards, letter sound cards, capital alphabet chart, lowercase alphabet chart and a Certificate of Completion (cardstock). Levels 1-4 include an activity book, phonogram cards, word cards, syllable tags, stickers, and additional tiles needed at that level. Cards for each level (2.75x 4.25) are printed on heavy cardstock, perforated for easy separation, color-coded, and clearly marked as to type of card and lesson used. Readers for each level are hardcover with poems and stories designed to capture and hold a childs interest. Divider Cards provide the divisions specific to each level and used to keep track of what to review when. There are two free apps that are used in conjunction with the program. Letter Sounds A-Z accompanies the Pre-Reading program and Phonogram Sounds is used with the other levels.

Review Boxes are specifically sized and well-constructed; designed to hold the All About Reading cards for each level (you can use an ordinary file box, if you choose). The Tote Bag is a handy place to keep everything so you can do reading on the sofa, at the kitchen table, on the deck, or wherever your day takes you.

The Pre-Reading program has a Basic Package (Teacher Manual, Student Packet, divider cards, readers, animal stickers, and Letter Sounds A-Z app) and a Deluxe Package (same as Basic Package plus activity box and tote bag). Other levels have Level Kits which include Teacher Manuals and Student Packets. These levels require either a Basic Interactive Kit (letter tiles, magnets, reading divider cards, phonogram app) or a Deluxe Interactive Kit (same as Basic Kit plus a review box and tote bag).

At the start of each level its assumed that the student has either completed the previous level of All About Reading or has mastered comparable skills. If you start at Level 2 or higher, you will also need either a Basic or Deluxe Interactive Kit in addition to the Materials Kit for the level. Additional items needed include common craft materials (scissors, glue, etc.), a 2 x 3 magnetic white board (optional but highly recommended), and a few optional items sticky notes, globe or world map, candies/raisins, etc.

All About Reading Pre-reading Program (PK-K)

Pre-Reading (PK-K) program covers letter recognition (capitals first, then lowercase) and letter sounds (capitals and short vowels). Lessons feature Ziggy, a fun-loving young zebra with a tendency to say the wrong word and drop sounds from words. In addition to Ziggys games and antics, lessons include an introduction to the letter or sounds, poem-reading, craft/activity sheets, games, and read-aloud time. Alphabet Charts (21.5x 33) are heavy, glossy paper and obviously designed for hanging on the wall. The activity book for this level is My Book of Letters. Readers are Zigzag Zebra and Lizard Lou. Activities include coloring, dot-to-dots, mini craft projects, games, sound match-ups, and hidden pictures. Common craft materials that are needed include crayons, markers, scissors, glue, tape, and a miscellaneous assortment of optional craft materials.

All about Reading Level 1 (K-1)

Level 1 starts out with a review of letter sounds from the Pre-Reading program but with a difference. From the beginning (letters m, s, p, and a) the letters become words and the student is off and reading. After all letters and short vowels have been re-introduced, lessons cover consonant teams (th, sh, ch, and then later, ck, ng, and nk), final and initial blends, double consonants, a few sight words, compound words, and plural words. The level ends with six lessons covering the additional sounds of several letters (a, i, c, o, g, e, u, y, and ch) and open/closed syllables. Activity Book is Blast Off to Reading. Readers for this level are Run, Bug, Run!, The Runt Pig, and Cobweb the Cat.

All About Reading Level 2 (3rd Ed.) (1-2)

Level 2 continues the pattern set in the first two levels. Previous material is reviewed; new phonograms including ee, er, ar, or, oy, aw, ow, silent e, and three-letter blends are introduced. Methods for decoding multi-syllabic words are taught. The methodology is essentially the same, user-friendly, multi-sensory approach emphasizing mastery that is found in the other levels. Activity book is Leap Into Reading. Readers for this level are What Am I? and Queen Bee.

All About Reading Level 3 (2-3)

The 54 lessons of Level 3 alternate between phonics teaching and story reading. Phonics lessons include a review of Level 2 concepts and coverage of ai, ay, oa, ow, fourth sound of y, consonant suffixes, vowel suffixes, drop the e rule, change y to i rule, ir, ur, or, oo, ea, igh, tch, dge, prefixes, ew, ea, wr, kn, o, eigh, oe, ea, and ti. Every second or third lesson is centered on reading a new story from the reader. These lessons include review, a warm-up sheet for the story (words and phrases from the story), vocabulary, an introductory literary analysis section (i.e. compare and contrast characters), and suggestions for a read-aloud time. The activity book is Swing Into Reading. Readers are Chasing Henry and Shipwreck! Chasing Henrys stories range from 8-17 half-pages of text. Shipwrecks stories are each about fifteen pages but there is slightly more text (2/3 page) on each page.

All about Reading Level 4 (3-4)

Level 4 provides 63 lessons that alternate between phonics lessons and reading lessons. Phonics instruction includes a review of previous levels, multi-syllable words, double suffixes, additional phonograms (ear, ey, ui, ie, ph, gu, gn, augh, ough, si, mb, our, ci, rh), and suffixes (able, ible, ance, ence, sion, ice, ile, ine, ite, ive, ace, ate, age, ic, al, ous, ist, ism, ity, ize, ary, ery, ain, ture, and sure). Reading instruction includes summarizing, homonyms, poetry (limericks, rhyme scheme, hyperbole, rhythm), making predictions, common idioms, collective nouns, meaningful expression, literary devices (alliteration, personification, onomatopoeia, character transformation, and point of view), identifying the narrator, antonyms, compare and contrast, inferences, difference between fiction and nonfiction, and conflict). Theres some additional instruction on using references, word origins, dialects, and other miscellaneous information. The activity book is Soar With Reading. Readers are Heirloom Antics and The Voyage. The 15 short stories in Heirloom Antics range from 12-20 partial pages of text. The Voyages 14 short stories average 16-18 pages.

It might seem a little presumptuous to label your products All About . . . but when you can deliver a comprehensive, thorough learning program like this author/company does, youve earned the right. ~ Janice




Category Description for Other Programs:

Programs in this section focus primarily on teaching children to read, and may not provide comprehensive instruction in reading comprehension, spelling, writing, or other language skills. Arranged roughly by grade.


Level 1 starts out with a review of letter sounds from the Pre-Reading program but with a difference. From the beginning (letters m, s, p, and a) the letters become words and the student is off and reading. After all letters and short vowels have been re-introduced, lessons cover consonant teams (th, sh, ch, and then later, ck, ng, and nk), final and initial blends, double consonants, a few sight words, compound words, and plural words. The level ends with six lessons covering the additional sounds of several letters (a, i, c, o, g, e, u, y, and ch) and open/closed syllables. Activity Book is Blast Off to Reading. Readers for this level are Run, Bug, Run!, The Runt Pig, and Cobweb the Cat.

With its 2019 edition, all materials are in full color and although the stories and activity books are essentially the same, the Teachers Manuals have been expanded with additional teaching tips and hands-on learning activities. The new color materials all correlate with the most recent black and white materials (2nd edition of Level 1; 3rd edition of Level 2; 1st edition of all other levels).

Levels 1-4 have Materials Kits which include Teacher Manuals and Student Packets for each level. These levels require either a Basic Interactive Kit (letter tiles, magnets, reading divider cards, phonogram app) or a Deluxe Interactive Kit (same as Basic Kit plus a review box and tote bag).




Primary Subject
Phonics
Grade Start
K
Grade End
1
Format
Card Deck
Brand Name
All About Learning Press
Weight
0.05 (lbs.)
Dimensions
3.25" x 4.25" x 0.06"
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I bought the all about spelling interactive kit. Those do not include the reading divider cards, as I was told.
Doris S on Oct 21, 2019
Need these for the curriculum
KENYA H on Sep 24, 2019
I bought the all about spelling interactive kit. Those do not include the reading divider cards, as I was told.
Doris S on Oct 21, 2019
already have letter tiles from spelling
Jenise L on Sep 27, 2019
Need these for the curriculum
KENYA H on Sep 24, 2019
To keep the AAR cards sorted. =)
Melissa G on Sep 6, 2019
Needed more supplies as younger siblings join in.
User on Jul 13, 2019
Needed to divide the cards for AAR 1
Mike H on Jun 14, 2019
To organize the cards.
Robert B on Jun 9, 2019
These are helpful.
Rebecca T on May 29, 2019
This is so helpful to keep the cards organized and to be well-prepared for the next lesson. If my helper had to carry on a lesson at any time, she would know exactly what to do.
Jasmine T on Apr 5, 2019
needed for program
Wendy S on Mar 12, 2019
I bought the box and didn't realize it did not contain the cards in it.
Jennifer S on Oct 8, 2018
Needed for second child's reading review cards
Jennifer J on Oct 2, 2018
Organization of my program cards.
Amy M on Aug 18, 2018
These are convenient little dividers for aar
Valerie on Aug 15, 2018
We love AAR. We've recently added a new child to homeschooling and needed a divider set for him as he starts level one, as our older children are using our current dividers for the other levels.
Jackie D on Aug 14, 2018
We ordered the All About Reading Programs.
Valerie on Jul 20, 2018
I own level 1 and am now purchasing level 2. Because I will have 2 children in 2 levels, I will need an extra set of cards
Holly S on Jul 2, 2018
I tried using plain dividers but these work so much better.
Kim S on Mar 7, 2018
Homeschooling
Cassandra K on Jan 17, 2018
To go with All About Reading Level 1.
User on Dec 15, 2017
I am an MSL educator in Australia and these dividers will work very well with my lesson resources.
Kate G on Nov 29, 2017
organize this years school
Kerry C on Aug 30, 2017
I needed this to round out my set.
Aimee S on Aug 2, 2017
I wanted separate divider cards for my son who is starting level 1 in September
Sharon F on Jul 7, 2017
Supplemental education
Dominic B on May 24, 2017
necessary item
Maria Rosario Z on Apr 18, 2017
I will have 2 children using this program in 2 different levels so I needed a set of dividers for each of them.
Tami B on Feb 28, 2017
Easy way to keep up with all the cards and keeps them well organized for teaching.
Heather C on Dec 13, 2016
I needed it to help me organize the AAR cards
Linda A on Dec 7, 2016
I have 2 children using the same program, and needed divider cards for my second child, so I can keep everyone's stuff separated.
Molly P on Nov 10, 2016
I use AAR and the free shipping here for a $50 purchase made me by what I need here.
DARLINGTON D on Oct 25, 2016
Im starting out and need the set up
Andrea on May 17, 2016
My wife told me to buy it.
Brian A on May 9, 2016
Great tool for keeping the cards organized. Very helpful.
Megan G on May 5, 2016
for the extra child
Lynn A on Apr 30, 2016
"My Asperger, 3rd grade son is struggling with reading. We thought we'd give this program a try since we've heard rave reviews about it. Since we have the spelling kit for another child we just bought some of the interactive activities to supplement."
Jennifer W on Jan 23, 2016
I'm using three all about programs for two children and only have two sets of dividers. They make it much easier to find what I need to do that day. The kids can even find the cards they need to review.
Samantha B on Oct 15, 2015
This was to replace my previous dividers which were frayed at the tabs from me accidentally closing my index box with the tabs caught at the box snap :) These are laminated and of good quality!
Kim G on Oct 1, 2015
already have letter tiles from spelling
Jenise L on Sep 27, 2019
To keep the AAR cards sorted. =)
Melissa G on Sep 6, 2019
Do I need 2 sets of divider cards if I am teaching 2 kids?
A shopper on Aug 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I would not worry about using 2 sets of divider cards if you are teaching 2 kids together and they are in the same lesson and level. It's just too confusing keeping the words separate that one has mastered and the other hasn't. I just review everything. Right now I have a son in level 6 and a son in level 4. I have a set of divider cards for each of those levels. Then I am teaching level 2 to three of my ESL children at the same time. I have another set of divider cards for that level.
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For your collection of words and sounds. Easy to keep track of what needs the most review and what is mastered.
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Love the All About Reading Divider Cards
These cards are very helpful. They make practicing easy.
January 22, 2017
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