The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading

The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading

Publisher: Peacehill Press
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$22.95
A plain-English guide to teaching phonics by Jessie Wise and Sara Buffington.

Every parent can teach reading; no experts need to apply!

Take charge of your child's literacy with this jargon-free phonics guide. Too many parents watch their children struggle with early reading skills — and don't know how to help. Phonics programs are too often complicated, overpriced, gimmicky, and filled with obscure "educationalese". The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading cuts through the confusion, giving parents a simple, direct, scripted guide to teaching reading — from short vowels through supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading is user-friendly, affordable, and easy to follow — supplying you with everything you need to teach reading in one book.

There are 226 lessons, so this should cover at least 2 years of study. Before using the text, I suggest you read the Q and A section in the back of the book. Then if you are concerned as to whether or not your student is ready to read, use the reading readiness and pre-reading sections that the authors provide in the back as well. There are no pictures in this text, nor is it "juvenile" in its approach, and so it can also be used with older children, teens, or adults, who need remedial instruction.

Suggested items to go along with this resource include a magnetic board with alphabet tiles, 3 x 5 cards, and other household items for various activities.

Ages 4 and up, 370 pages, soft-cover.

ISBN: 9780972860314

Book Title The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading
Publisher: Peacehill Press
A plain-English guide to teaching phonics by Jessie Wise and Sara Buffington.

Every parent can teach reading; no experts need to apply!

Take charge of your child's literacy with this jargon-free phonics guide. Too many parents watch their children struggle with early reading skills — and don't know how to help. Phonics programs are too often complicated, overpriced, gimmicky, and filled with obscure "educationalese". The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading cuts through the confusion, giving parents a simple, direct, scripted guide to teaching reading — from short vowels through supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading is user-friendly, affordable, and easy to follow — supplying you with everything you need to teach reading in one book.

There are 226 lessons, so this should cover at least 2 years of study. Before using the text, I suggest you read the Q and A section in the back of the book. Then if you are concerned as to whether or not your student is ready to read, use the reading readiness and pre-reading sections that the authors provide in the back as well. There are no pictures in this text, nor is it "juvenile" in its approach, and so it can also be used with older children, teens, or adults, who need remedial instruction.

Suggested items to go along with this resource include a magnetic board with alphabet tiles, 3 x 5 cards, and other household items for various activities.

Ages 4 and up, 370 pages, soft-cover.

ISBN: 9780972860314