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Teaching reading through phonics is one of the most successful ways to get your child reading and make it fun. We have compiled information on phonics in general and reviewed several phonics reading programs. You will also find phonics games and phonics lessons. Make reading fun with phonics. We have reviewed some of the phonics programs available and also compiled plenty of articles on the...
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Hundreds of free phonics worksheets and reading tests, covering phonemic awareness, alphabetics and sight words for both parents and teachers alike. Reading is based on the gut knowledge that words are built from sounds and that sounds may be represented by letters. Professionals give these concepts the fancy names Phonemic Awareness and Alphabetics. These skills are discussed in the section...
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Flash cards teach complete reading program. Learn to read with 325 pictured phonetic sounds. Flash cards are great for teachers and parents that home school. Pictures help those with dyslexia. Below are one-sided Phonic Training Flash Cards for teachers or others who want a "hands on" approach...
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My name is Donald Clark and I am the author of Fishing with Phonics. I am a full time elementary school reading teacher who has been teaching young people to fish (read) for almost 30 years. For three decades I have seen my camp (classroom) filled with rising water caused by the tides of...
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The most comprehensive phonics-based reading program available for early learners. Literactive is the leading provider of reading material for pre-school, kindergarten and grade 1 students available online. The program is comprised of carefully levelled guided readers, comprehensive phonic...
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Phonic Faces were developed by me for my grandson when he was in kindergarten and was failing to learn the alphabetic principle. Like most children who struggle with reading, he had very poor phonemic awareness and was clueless when he was told "A is for apple" because to him, apples made no sound. By November of the school year we were nowhere despite tracing in the sand and other multisensory...
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Research has shown that phonic knowledge has been taught to children learning to read from the time of the Greeks. It is still being taught this present day as research conducted in the United States indicates that students who are taught phonics do much better in reading and spelling than those who are not taught phonics. How is this so? Well, the knowledge of phonics makes it easier for...
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