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Once a child knows how to read, he can learn anything else he wants to. It really is a foundation to all other learning, academically anyway. So when I began thinking about homeschooling my kids, the very first thing I went in search of was a good phonics program.
I was partial to it because that was the program I had learned to read with. I liked that it came with different levels and each level came with readers for practice reading. However, it seemed like the current version of Hooked on Phonics used a lot of computer games and DVDs.
We prefer that our kids have a minimal amount of screen time so I wasn't keen on making that a part of our school program. At first, I thought the price seemed very expensive and But it has had very good reviews and is systematic and well-rounded for different learning styles.
I also liked that it used songs to teach some of the concepts and how pretty much the whole program was very hands-on learning. The Pre-Kindergarten portion really is not necessary for learning how to read. I started into it with my firstborn before he was 3 years old and just went really slow at first.
We are really enjoying it.
Included are instructions for teaching, worksheets for practice, suggested books for reading, songs for memorizing concepts, a chart to track progress all the way through the program, included games, reward stickers for each completed portion of the program and a variety of suggested activities games, crafts, etc for exposure and cementation of the concepts.
The first half of the program starts out really easy with colours and shapes, then moves on to some preparation for learning letters. This would include some visual discrimination, directional concepts and sequencing just to name a few.
Apr 25, · We use the 1st grade level Sing, Spell, Read and Write curriculum for my 1st grader and it is perfect. If you liked the kindergarten level, then it would be an easy move on to the 1st grade level. There are great 1st grade songs, race track, phonics games, treasure box and 17 readers. this item: a to z phonics song placemat second edition sing spell read and write by modern curriculum press poster $ In Stock. Ships from and sold by attheheels.coms: 2. Sing, Spell, Read and Write is a learning-to-read curriculum that uses a step program of carefully sequenced systematic, explicit phonics instruction to build fluent independent readers. Using look, listen, point, sing-along, and echo routines along with gross motor and fine motor activities, the program actively engages the senses and effectively reaches all types of learners.
The second portion of the year takes the student through each letter of the alphabet. There are stops along the way for catching some math concepts.
For me, I didn't find the math portions to be so great. It was too difficult for my 3 year old and didn't include any worksheets to help learn it. I'm not disappointed though since I bought it with the intention of it being a phonics program, and my kids are still quite young.
I plan to use another program for math later anyway.Sing, Spell, Read & Write has the tools needed to not only assess students' readiness at the beginning of the school year, but also track and assess progress throughout and at the end of the school year. Read about Letter Cluster Phonics Song (Verses 1 & 2) by Sing, Spell, Read, & Write and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
Raceway book, student edition, sing spell read and. Grand tour i student book is a component of the sing, spell, read, write level 2 kit. up for sale is an incomplete lot of sing, spell read & write items. Sing, Spell, Read & Write uses phonics songs, interactive charts, and games to teach the alphabetic principle, phonemic awareness, sound/letter correspondences, short vowel sounds, and blending in a fun and meaningful way.
By the end of kindergarten, students will be reading fully decodable storybooks with single-syllable, short-vowel words. Sing, Spell, Read and Write (SSRW) is a multi-sensory, song-singing, game-playing, colorful and very creative program.
The curriculum focuses on the language as a . *All of the documents and videos related to the ABC Phonics: Sing, Sign, and Read! program are copyrighted.
Individual teachers and school districts who are using the program have permission to make multiple copies of the Family Reference Chart and parent letters on this site with credits noted.