Decodable Readers from Miss Emma, Speech Sound Pics (SSP) Approach, developed in Australia. Teaching children to read and spell using a Speech to Print Approach.
This web site lists free decodable readers, printable phonics books that allow students to easily decode text with fluency, and focus on comprehension. Decodable Readers Australia

Free Phonics Readers
Download free decodable readers, find phonics books that support the blending of high frequency graphemes taught within a systematic phonics programme. 

This is the Speech Sound Pics (SSP) Approach high frequency grapheme teaching order.
SSP is a Speech to Print
Approach to teaching reading and spelling. 

SpeechSoundPics.com

These may not fully align with Miss Emma's SSP but are recommended. 

Free Decodable Readers, Download and Print from these web sites!
Recommended web sites offering free decodable readers (thank you)
https://www.readinga-z.com/books/decodable-books/
Use the free decodable readers guide and download the readers shown here, so that you have a free supply of scaffolded decodable readers. Students MUST practice blending with fluency alongside their speech to print 'explicit learning' activities. 
http://www.speld-sa.org.au/services/phonic-books.html
https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/starting-school/free-ebooks/
http://www.funphonics.com/index.php/books/downloads
Download all books as a zip file
http://www.freereading.net/wiki/Illustrated_Decodable_fiction_passages.html

We have found some more decodable readers, and aligned them to the SSP Levels!

Thank you Core Knowledge
 

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/

SSP Purple Level (with some Yellow Level)

SSP Yellow 

SSP Blue 

Weekly Code Mapping®

Every week we will add a new 'Code Mapping' practice booklet; practice blending the Sound Pics ® (pictures of speech sounds / graphemes) If you are a ConDUCKtor with membership you can also download it, and access ALL in one place (not just one per week)

Dec 26th - 1.2 - Tap (building on from 1.1)

Important note to SSP parents and teachers:
The Code Level Colour shows which students the resource is targeting, but these do have a wider focus than their Code Level 'decodable readers' - in these they ONLY see the focus Sound Pics and some high frequency words (use the Guide).   

As long as they know the Speech Sound Monster 'sounds,' (see right they can work out the words built using Sound Pics outside of their Code Level, in these Code Mapping activity booklets. 


This is a great opportunity to learn new Sound Pics even though they are focused on a specific group (Code Level) within the 30 Minute Phonics Program.

The videos here also allow them to hear Miss Emma 'follow the Monster Sounds' (with unfamiliar phonemes and they can then practise using the digital file.  
Download and print in members' area!

Past Code Mapping®

Dec 18th - 1.1 - Sip

Download and print in members' area!