Hooked on Phonics Learn to Read - Levels 34 Complete: Word Families by Hooked on PhonicsHooked on Phonics® Learn to Read Levels 3&4 Complete includes both Kindergarten levels of the complete 8-level Learn to Read series.
- Level 1: All About Letters (Pre-K)
- Level 2: All About Letters (Pre-K)
- Level 3: Word Families (Kindergarten)
- Level 4: Word Families (Kindergarten)
- Level 5: Beginning Phonics (First Grade)
- Level 6: Beginning Phonics (First Grade)
- Level 7: Intermediate Phonics (Second Grade)
- Level 8: Intermediate Phonics (Second Grade)
Designed to help your child learn the building blocks of reading, Learn to Read Levels 3&4 covers:
- A Review of Letter Names and Letter Sounds
- Short “a” and “i” Vowel Sounds
- Adding “-s” to Nouns and Verbs
- Short “o,” “u,” and “e” Vowel Sounds
- The “-ck” Ending Sound
- Compound Words
- 34 New Sight Words
This set includes:
- 12 Original Storybooks written to reinforce the skills your child learns in the program
- The Kit
- In the Bin
- The Rats
- Pop Fox
- The Fog
- Fun in the Sun
- Dog Bug
- Pig’s Backpack
- 2 Bonus Books by the award-winning children’s book authors and illustrators David Ezra Stein and Rosemary Wells
- Tim and Sam by David Ezra Stein
- Big Bad Ben by Rosemary Wells
- 2 Workbooks that will guide you and your child through all of the lessons and many fun activities
- 2 DVDs filled with music videos and fun introductions to each lesson, where letters come to life
- 2 Sets of Stickers to proudly display in the workbooks and celebrate reading success
- 1 Quick Start Guide
Designed in conjunction with leading educators, award-winning authors, teachers and parents, Hooked on Phonics® Learn to Read uses a proven, simple, and fun method to give your child a strong foundation in phonics and reading skills.
- Learn: Your child learns to read new words by watching the DVD and reading the workbook.
- Practice: Your child practices reading the new sound combinations and words in the workbook.
- Read: Your child puts it all together to read a great story.
- Celebrate: Celebrate success after each lesson and track your child’s progress!
Vowel "u" - Long and Short Sounds - by Phonics Stories™
Phonics is a method for teaching reading and writing of the English language by developing learners' phonemic awareness —the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate phonemes —in order to teach the correspondence between these sounds and the spelling patterns graphemes that represent them. The goal of phonics is to enable beginning readers to decode new written words by sounding them out, or, in phonics terms, blending the sound-spelling patterns.
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Phonics is the pedagogical method for teaching reading and writing that involves connecting spoken sounds with written letters. This article outlines three short U activities for preschool that use coloring, listening, worksheets, flashcards, and rhyming to increase preschoolers' phonemic awareness of the short U vowel sound. Materials: color by vowel sound printables, crayons. Preparation: To make a color by vowel sound printable, divide any simple coloring page into smaller sections. Write simple words with the same vowel sound in the sections that should be colored the same color. Instructions: Pass out a color by vowel sound printable to each preschooler. Allow each child to select two crayons of different colors.
Before your child can learn to read whole words, they first need to get familiar with the sounds each letter can make. In these phonics games, your child will develop their phonological awareness as they discover long and short vowel sounds, consonants, digraphs, and letter blends. Use these phonics games to give your child the tools they need for reading success.
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