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I-Words Book #1  25 words 

I-Words Book #2  25 words

I-Words Book #3  50 words

I-Words Book #4  50 words

I-Words DVD #1

I-Words IPAD APP

i-Words IPHONE APP











Vivian York Steiger

I-words 

Patent Pending Spelling & Reading 

Copyright 2012   I-Words Inc.

Many of the most frequently used words in the English

language, the words kids need to know to gain reading

fluency, do not follow phonetic rules, so they cannot be

sounded out. Instead, these words need to be recognized on

sight - they become "sight words." Historically, when these

sight words were being taught, many of them were shown

next to a picture of something that began with the same initial

vowel or consonant or even a picture of what the word

represented (for example, a ball for "ball"). This, however,

does not help a child learn the spelling of a word, and in 

some cases, there is no picture that shows the word: what 

does "of" look like? I-words cards take a different approach 

and cleverly relate both the word and its spelling to a picture,

making the word more meaningful and recognizable to the

child.


Fifty percent (50%) to Eighty percent (80%) of our

everyday conversation and readings revolve around sight

words. When children know these sight words “on sight”

without hesitation, they have a strong base to begin reading,

writing, and spelling them correctly. When children do not

recognize basic sight words, they are much more likely to

stumble through every word in a sentence, and the meaning

is lost by the time they get to the end. When children possess

strong sight word base, most of their attention can be 

focused on comprehension, rather than decoding. Mastering 

sight words means children are prepared to read fifty to eighty

percent of a story before they even open the book! They also

have an easier time writing since they don't have to get

stumped on the spelling of words and can focus on the

content.


While Eyewords cards will work for every child, those

children who have strong visual or spatial intelligence will

benefit tremendously from the cards' integration of pictures

and letters. Those children no longer have to picture both the

word itself and an image of what that word means (if they

even can come up with that image). Now, they get all that

information presented in one piece - the word, the meaning,

and the spelling all pop into their head linked together. Each

Eyewords card also comes with a sentence that tells a story

about the picture, giving one more piece of information to

help students have total understanding of what they're 

seeing.



I-Words


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investment for $25% equity


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