By learning phonics, your child will have the best possible start in reading, spelling, and language skills. Each card in the kit contains one "phonogram", which is defined as either one letter or a combination of letters which represents one sound in a word. For example, in the word "that", the phonograms are "th", "a", and "t". The break-down of a word, such as "that", is called decoding, and is also practiced with these cards. The cards come with a wall chart and detailed instructions for the teacher.
Customer Reviews for Phonics Made Plain: Flashcards
Review 1 for Phonics Made Plain: Flashcards
Date:September 14, 2008
With our oldest child, we used "Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons" successfully with no need for further instruction. With our second child however, we are using these along with "Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons" and memorization of the Dolch Words. This is working much better with the ADHD issues we are now encountering. I highly recommend these as your child doesn't have to sit perfectly still as required with book work.