|Posted on March 3, 2011 at 9:20 AM|
Using something like this will guide those of you who have not taught reading to get familiar with the phonograms. It's an excellent idea they have of printing them off and storing in loose leaf binder.
Too, if you want to put together your own prek, K or even 1st grade lesson plans, these are still taught and reviewed in those grades.
|Posted on November 15, 2010 at 9:08 AM|
This page is such a nice resource full of printables to teach any child to read. Even though it has been around the homeschool circles for a while, it is still a site worth mentioning for those that are new to homeschool or even those who have not used it before.A great resource tool that has charts, phonograms lists and explanations for how to teach phonics.
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