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    Numbered phonemes on free Sound Map

    WordsAhead.org offers a free "map" of English speech sounds.

    Vowel sounds (V-Sounds) are #1-15.
    Consonant sounds (C-Sounds) are #16-39.

    This springboard allows explicit sound-blending and sound-spelling of every word-to-be-read. No skipping. No guessing. Huge database to help parents, tutors, or educators.


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    Re: Numbered phonemes on free Sound Map

    Welcome to the forums - and thank you for an interesting link.

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