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Pearson Learning Modern Curriculum Press (MCP) Plaid Phonics Level C (2003 Edition)

Put students on the path towards independent reading by providing opportunities to integrate phonics instruction and reading through curriculum-related fiction and nonfiction. Students combine phonics skills with vocabulary, comprehension, and critical thinking to develop reading fluency. This full-color book features illustrations and photographs; students will learn about using y as a vowel and as a consonant, contractions, suffixes, vowel pairs, r-controlled words and more. Matching word-bank exercises, syllable counting, circling words with the same sounds, and writing exercises provides hands-on practice and reinforcement. 208 pages with tear-out flashcard section, softcover. Level C.
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Customer Reviews for Modern Curriculum Press (MCP) Plaid Phonics Level C (2003 Edition)
Review 1 for Modern Curriculum Press (MCP) Plaid Phonics Level C (2003 Edition)
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Date:August 15, 2012
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Teacher
Location:Hollister, CA
Age:55-65
Gender:female
These phonics books are a great asset to any classroom!
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Review 2 for Modern Curriculum Press (MCP) Plaid Phonics Level C (2003 Edition)
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Good Product, Cheap Newsprint

Date:October 18, 2010
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Athalia
Age:25-34
Gender:female
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I was very disappointed to receive this book and find out it is made of newsprint. The pages ripe out by accident and the paper deteriorates when erased. I would have gladly paid a few extra dollars for quality paper.
Otherwise, I like the Plaid Phonics series. I started book A in K and continued it in grade one for both of my children. For both of them it started great and then moved too slowly. I ordered this supposedly grade three book for my daughter in grade one. Granted, her reading level is around the end of grade two.
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