Explode the Code, for use in the primary and elementary grades, teaches the basic phonics concepts necessary for beginning through intermediate reading. Each of the 12 illustrated workbooks in the program contains a series of lessons of approximately 8 pages in length. These lessons follow a consistent format designed to reinforce phonetic patterns in a sequential manner. Within each lesson children have extensive practice in matching, reading, copying, spelling, and writing sounds and words. Amusing illustrations, drawn by children, highlight the lesson exercises. The simple directions and consistent format allow students to progress independently. The workbooks provide teachers and students with an instructive and entertaining program to supplement any reading and spelling program. This is a set of 54 illustrated cards to practice the sounds taught in books 1-3, appropriate for grades K-2.
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Customer Reviews for Code Cards, set of 54
Review 1 for Code Cards, set of 54
Happy with purchase
Date:June 2, 2012
I was hesitant to order these cards after reading the other reviews. They are simple black and white cards but I'm really happy that I ordered them. It's true that you could make your own out of index cards but these have pictures on the back as well. I know my son will also enjoy the pictures and that will in turn help him to remember the blends.
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Review 2 for Code Cards, set of 54
Intellectual property aside...
Date:March 12, 2012
Location:Orange County, CA
I know these are intellectual property that coincides with a learning program, but really, they could've & should've given them in the back of the Exp the Code books to cut out & use. There is nothing special about them otherwise.
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Review 3 for Code Cards, set of 54
Date:February 28, 2010
These cards are nice to go along with the books, but I feel they are way over-priced for what you get. A person could just as easily buy a set of blank cards for about a dollar and make your own with the sounds on them as your child learns them.