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Contains the letter tiles, magnets for the letter tiles, and divider cards. These "interactive' components are used throughout the program at each level. The Basic Phonograms CD-ROM has been replaced by this app
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A step up from the Basic Kit, with a few nice extras, this kit includes the letter tiles, magnets, divider cards, Spelling Review Box and a tote bag. The Basic Phonograms CD-ROM has been replaced by this app
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By customer request, we are offering these individually. Set includes 108 sturdy laminated tiles, two each of letters A-Z, one each of the featured letter combinations, extra ‘E’s and ‘S’s, and several blank tiles. Tiles are 1” square and are micro-perforated, ready to be separated.
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A sheet of adhesive-backed tear-apart magnet squares that can be affixed to the Letter Tiles.
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12 laminated divider cards, designed to keep your Phonogram, Sound, Key, and Word Cards organized. Tabs for each group keep "review", "mastered" and "future lessons" cards separate. Divider cards measure 4.25"w x 2.75"h and are sized to fit into an index card box or Review box.
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The "official" card storage box, large enough to hold the cards for all levels of the program. Box measures 8" l x 4.5" w x 3.5" h and includes foam spacers.
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A collection of the entire set of phonogram cards included in all levels of All About Spelling. Same basic format yellow cardstock and perforated for easy separation with phonograms on the front side; sound and key word on the back side. 71 phonograms are included along with divider cards labeled review, mastered, and future lessons that can used with any file box. Replace lost or mutilated cards originally provided with the program; use them by themselves; or use with the letter tiles.
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Â Building upon the skills learned in Level 1, or for a child who is comfortable with beginning phonics, arithmetic and writing skills, this level strengthens reading, writing and arithmetic through incremental practice and instruction. Approximate skill level is 6-8 cognitive years of age.
Â Flexible to best meet the needs of your learner, there are 3 options for personalizing the lessons for your situation. First, is the 4-day schedule, which is the heart of the required lessons and is easy to follow. Families preferring a 5-day per week schedule will appreciate two options for a fifth day of learning. The first option schedules day 5 as a review day for additional practice and the second option is designed for more advanced learners and includes enrichment activities called â€œDelve Deeply.â€ These enrichment activities vary. A sampling includes simple science activities; a timeline; additional scripture reading; research etc. The beautiful thing about your day 5 options is that you can move between them. If you find your child struggles with concepts one week, use day 5 for review. Otherwise, use day 5 to learn more about a specific area your child has enjoyed or want to learn more.Â
Â This level is more academic than the preceding levels and focuses on first grade math skills, phonics and spelling, reading fluency, cursive writing skills, elementary grammar rules and composition skills. In addition, there are continued studies in Scripture with memorization and quality literature selections and poetry for listening and reading skills, and memorization. Integrated with the literature are vocabulary, history/geography, science, art and music. KJV Bible. Spiral Bound. ~Deanne
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Do you want to see improved spelling in your students' writing? Research shows that 90% of English text consists of just 1000 words. This book focuses on teaching the most commonly used and misspelled words and ensuring that students of all ability levels receive intense instruction on core words. The book is divided into four main parts; Incredible English, Spelling and Teaching, Recommended Teaching Techniques, and Spelling Lists.
The Incredible English chapter lists rules for spelling and then lists exceptions to the rules. It also compares the difficulty of spelling other languages to spelling English and covers the history of the how the English language has evolved. It also gives arguments for and against spelling reform in a humorous manner.
The Spelling and Teaching section discussing ways a spelling program can be transferred to writing. Many students spell words correctly on tests but then forget to use the correct spelling in their writing. This part of the book gives ideas to keep that from happening. It discusses the importance of good spelling and explains why schools do not do a better job teaching it. It talks about the different types of memory a student uses to assist with spelling and gives suggestions for improvement.
Recommended Teaching Techniques is the section of the book that suggests a few teaching methods that provide the greatest amount of practice in the least amount of time. Daily Practice provides six guided practices per word per day, each in about thirty seconds. Homework provides eleven independent practices per word per day, each in less than one minute. Diction provides distributed practice and allows the teacher to continually reinforce spellings, homophones, punctuation, capitalization, and form. Personal Words provide an optional method for dealing with misspellings in student writing in an effective and flexible way.
The Spelling Lists section includes the 1000 Word Core List. It provides lists for grade levels K-6 and pretesting, review testing, and post-testing to assess students' learning. It also includes spelling rules and lessons and worksheets that correspond with the lists. This instructional book also includes a word bank and other teacher resources like a step-by-step checklist and challenge spelling lists. ~ Rachel
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"It's just common sense!" Actually, it's the Blue Book Common Sense Reading Program and yes, everything about this program is common sense. A very complete program organized around quality children's literature (like all LLATL programs) and covering phonics, reading, spelling, grammar, vocabulary, handwriting, and higher-order reasoning. Phonics instruction is systematic, introducing a few sounds at a time and providing opportunities to read a "real" (small story book) book which uses those sounds. The literature component - carefully selected children's favorites - reminds students that the reason for all the hard work in phonics is the joy of reading wonderful books. And woven through both of these elements is comprehensive instruction in all aspects of language arts. Relying heavily on Ruth Beechick's principles for teaching reading (including her letter dice activities), the program includes a wide variety of activities appealing to all learning styles. The teacher's manual is a homeschooler's dream with all the work having been done for you, taking you step-by-step through the 36-week program. New skills are listed for each lesson with a materials list included at the beginning. Almost no teacher preparation is needed - you teach as you read. All answers are provided within the lesson. Higher-order thinking activities are italicized. Examples and diagrams are user-friendly including the easy-to-follow references to the Student Activity Book. Each of the four parts (readiness, short vowels, consonant blends and short vowels, and long vowels) concludes with an evaluation for determining your child's readiness for the next level. The Student Activity Book contains the materials (except for household and school supplies) needed for cut and paste, word wheels, flip books, picture sequencing, story-telling puppets, PLUS handwriting pages that teach all upper and lower case letters, numbers, and punctuation. The comfortable, natural handwriting method that isn't exactly traditional, modern, or italic was developed by the authors. This handwriting instruction is coordinated with the phonics and includes pages for children to carefully complete and display or give as gifts.
The Student Activity Book is consumable, even having an easy-release binding that allows for clean page removal. Even the back cover is put to good use providing the miniature book covers to be added to the personal reading chart that marks the child's progress. 28 separate readers cover short vowels, blends (bridge readers), and long vowels. They are small-sized for little hands and include black-and-white illustrations. Stories are engaging which is a good thing since a week's worth of learning activities are built around them. The student uses puppets to retell the stories, completes sequencing activities with a series of reader-related events, and answers comprehension questions. One interesting aspect of the teacher-student interaction concerning these readers is that the week's lesson starts off with the teacher reading the small book to the child. After several lessons thoroughly covering the new phonics steps and practice reading parts of the story, the student concludes the week with the successful reading of the small book. This is an effective variation of the typical approach because the goal of reading the book is always before the student. The materials packet is a useful collection of color-coded letter and word cards to use for learning and review along with cards used for reinforcement games and, of course, the letter dice (to be assembled from cardstock patterns). While this part of the program is not exactly consumable - you could use the various components again - the components do get a workout. If you are expecting to use the program with another child, you'll want to save these items and covering them with clear contact paper to preserve them would also be a good idea. The program includes the Teacher's Manual, the Student Activity Book, the 28 Readers, and the Materials Packet.
We sell additional Student Activity Books, Reader Sets, and Material Packets so you can use the program with a second student. Well-known children's literature (Read-Aloud Library) is suggested each week, so at the same time your child is learning phonics, he is also learning other important reading skills such as literal recall, comprehension, predicting outcome, and drawing conclusions. These books are an integral part of the program and the Student Activity Book relies on them. Although usually available at the local library, for your convenience we also sell them. They are listed in order of use. Although this program focuses on first grade skills, it would be possible to use this program with a "ready" kindergartner. It would also work well with a slightly older child who is still a just-getting-started reader. ~ Janice
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Considering the approach, ease of use, content, child-appeal, benefits, effectiveness and cost of all the phonics programs we were familiar with, Sing, Spell, Read & Write was our choice for personal use. We have used several programs and read about many others. Although we didn't use this program in total with our children (because we extended the spelling, used italic handwriting instead of ball and stick, etc.) we did find it the most used and useful of those we tried. AND the results were wonderful! If you're looking for something to really lay it all out for you, something that works, is easy to use, and will have your child singing the letter sounds in days, followed closely by actually reading...this is what we recommend! Here are some of our reasons:
The "raceway" theme is very appealing and motivating to children, who love tracking their success via race car around a track as they complete the 36 steps to independent reading.
The songs are unquestionably contagious - children will sing and sing and sing and learn their letter sounds, long and short vowel sounds, blending vowels and consonants, and digraphs almost effortlessly - and enjoy it! That is, if you can bear to listen to it sung over and over, multiplied by x times the number of children using it throughout the years.
The 17 phonetic, full-color storybooks cover all 36 steps, providing immediate, rewarding reinforcement for the decoding skill just learned. This makes good sense.
The games are not just fluff, but real fortification of phonetic skills. They are more fun, however, if you can play with more than one child.
The teacher training videos included in the set will greatly aid you in understanding/teaching the phonics program - and give you the confidence to do it!
Included is a complete, phonetic spelling program dove-tailing with the phonetic constructs being learned and a complete handwriting program (if you use ball and stick manuscript).
thick, four-color workbooks include grammar and creative writing
phonics songs are contained in both cassette and CD formats
The two workbooks and the assessment book included in the set are the only consumables in the program. Replacements must be ordered from the publisher.
To be honest, we have just a few quibbles :
1. Some of the tapes/voices are not as clear or distinct as a perfectionist might demand. Some may go a little too "fast" for your taste - notably the ferris wheel song used to practice blending sounds smoothly. For us, this was a plus, since we kept at it until we could keep up with the song, resulting in perfect blending!
2. The "prizes" included are...well...rather cheesy at best and who needs 4 or 5 yo- yos, several plastic magnifiers, multiple thin plastic bracelets, and numerous plastic sack puppets? When using with one child, one of each would do nicely. To alleviate this, see our special offer below.
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Â This package includes:
Horatius at Bridge(All-in-1 Poem Stdy Gd/Tst)
Pre-Algebra Quizzes & Tests Answer Key
Classical Comp IV: Refutatn/Confirmation Stdt
Classical Comp IV: Refutatn/Confrmtn Tchr Gd
Classical Comp IV: Refutation-Confirmatn DVD
Exploring the World of Biology
Third Form Latin Complete Set
Spelling Workout 2001 Level H Student Edition
Spelling Workout 2001 Level H Teacher Edition
Book of Trees Package
Exploring World of Biology Suppl Stdt ?s 2ED
Exploring World of Biology Tchr Key/Tests 2ED
Seventh Grade Curriculum Manual
Core Skills: Language Arts 2014 Grade 7
Story of the World Vol. 4: Modern Age sc
Memoria Press Literature Seventh Grade Pkg
Famous Men of Greece Set Book, Student, Tchr
Christian Studies IV Reader
Christian Studies Book IV Student
Christian Studies Book IV Teacher Manual
200 Questions About American History Stdnt Gd
200 Questions About American History Tchr Gd
Greek Alphabet Book
Greek Alphabet Book Key
Famous Men of Greece Flashcards
Story of 13 Colonies & Great Republic Set
Pre-Algebra Quizzes & Tests
Pre-Algebra Textbook w/Answer Key
Pre-Algebra Textbook Solutions Manual
English Grammar Recitation Workbk IV Stdnt Bk
English Grammar Recitation Workbk IV Tchr Gd
200 Questions Abt American History Flashcards
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This package includes:
Cricket in Times Square book
Blue Fairy Book
Copybook Cursive Book II
Cricket in Times Square Student Book
Cricket in Times Square Teacher Guide
Spelling Workout 2001 Level E Student Edition
Spelling Workout 2001 Level E Teacher Edition
Dangerous Journey - Story Pilgrim's Progress
Blue Fairy Book Student Guide
Blue Fairy Book Teacher Guide
Dangerous Journey Student Guide
Dangerous Journey Teacher Guide
Fourth Grade Curriculum Manual
Core Skills: Language Arts 2014 Grade 4
Good King Wenceslas
Homer Price Literature Student Study Guide
Homer Price Literature Teacher Guide
Progressing With Arithmetic Grade 4 Package
Papa Panov's Special Day
Book of Astronomy Set
Classical Composition I: Fable Stage Stdt Bk
Classical Composition I: Fable Stage Tchr Gd
Classical Composition I: Fable Stage DVD
Christmas Story: From Gospels of Matthew,Luke
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Workbook I for Upper Grade Levels, Lessons 1-18 introduces and practices the basic sounds of all 26 letters of the alphabet as well as a second pronunciation for the consonant spelling s (ss), |s| and |z| (gas, miss, as, his), the digraph ck and trigraph cks (pack, packs), and comparing cks to x. Workbook is consumable and about 115 pgs, pb. There are several exercises for each lesson: Read. Discuss, Spell (Ex 1); Rhyme These Words (Ex 2); Word Study (Ex 3); ABC Order (Ex 4); and Guide Words in the Dictionary (Ex 5).
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Â Targeting a slightly older crowd, this flexible curriculum resource may inspire delight-directed learning in your family. In this (mostly) self-study, children begin by choosing topics they wish to study and take steps to achieve their goals. Tips for wisely choosing resources while using these recommended resources: computer access and personal Minecraft world, audio books, Story of the World for the Classical Child, Classical music, Google Earth and parent-approved news sources, educational videos and movies, and a math curriculum (Life of Fred or Math U See suggested). Listed are also a few necessary supplies: pencils, colored pencils, gel pens, origami paper, and a ruler.
Â The heart of this course is the gentle, guiding learning in an array of subject areas including reading, creative writing, spelling and vocabulary, classical literature and music, mathematics (open ended to use with your math curriculum), science, geography, current events and much more. Comparing this to the authorâ€™s Fun-Schooling Curriculum: Homeschooling with Minecraft, you will note overlapping activities but a different focus. The aforementioned course includes an animal and farm theme designed to engage younger learners, whereas the DIY Curriculum is written for a slightly older crowd and focuses on Geography and â€œworld news todayâ€ events. Woven throughout the course are research projects to learn about mining in the real world, which provides a fascinating â€œrabbit trailâ€ to a Minecraft study.
Â If you are wondering which of the Thinking Tree Minecraft studies would best fit your child, younger children who thrive when working more directly with a parent, may find the Fun-Schooling Curriculum: Homeschooling with Minecraft (#068704) a better option. While the reading level recommended for this course is grade 2 and up, many of the research activities and world studies seem better fit for an older child. Other activities like the backyard science nature walk and study may work with all ages. Another consideration in selecting these activities is the studentâ€™s ability to concentrate for longer periods of time. While the author does not define computer time in this course, her general guidelines for daily study are 5 pages per day for 10 years and under and 10 pages per day for 10 years and up (2-4 hours per day). Repetition is also built into this curriculum guide allowing students to study various aspects of Minecraft in a similar fashion.
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Â Â Have you ever wanted to sit and soak in the wisdom of an expert in treating learning difficulties? As a parent or educational specialist, you know the children in your care are bright and capable, yet learning is hard for them. If you ever wondered if you can do more to help your struggling learner, this DVD series may have the answers you are seek.
Â Designed for Special Ed teachers, literacy teachers, home-educators, tutors and others with a special interest to help children, Dianne Craftâ€™s 10+ hour seminar series explains the brain research behind many learning glitches (disabilities), gives you the tools to identify processing glitches, and plan a program to correct blocked learning gates. She also provides effective strategies and lesson plans through the 9 sessions in this video seminar. Sessions include:
Â Â Session 1: Identifying Your Childâ€™s Processing Problems provides the foundational understanding of the four learning gates and signs of blocked learning gates. Right and Left Brain learning traits are also clarified. A 3-prong approach is provided to correct blocked learning gates.
Â Session 2: Dysgraphia: When Writing is Painful discusses the signs of writing stress and compares it to a child who may appear lazy or uncooperative. Visual-Spatial problems are also explained before she expands on activities to correct dysgraphia. Mrs. Craft stresses that progress may be seen in as little as 3 months; however, a minimum of 6 months is necessary for full benefit. Includes step by step, Daily Writing â€œEightâ€ Exercise instructions and the daily lesson plan for struggling writer and speller.
Â Session 3: Right Brain Paragraph and Composition Writing addresses the â€œloose thought patternsâ€ experienced by children and teens who suffer with dysgraphia, ADD or Auditory Processing problems. A simple formula of baby steps, right brain webbing and modeling are easy to implement at home and have proven successful with reluctant, struggling writers. Includes directions for beginning, intermediate and advanced skill levels, along with writing tools for parent/teacher guidance.
Â Session 4: Right Brain Math is dedicated to all the children who forget math from day to day. Teaching a â€œPlan Bâ€ for struggling math students, Mrs. Craft provides helpful, detailed information on right brain strategies for effective learning of math concepts. These strategies will work with any math curriculum. Includes math tutoring instructions.
Â Session 5: Training Your Childâ€™s Photographic Memory (for Spelling) provides a right brain teaching strategies that work for struggling spellers-regardless of brain dominance. Considered a â€œPlan Bâ€ for spellers, this DVD teaches a photographic memory method which may be valuable throughout life. Includes information to access a 1200 Most Commonly Used Words list.
Â Session 6: Dyslexia and Other Reading Problems explores why reading is hard for some kids. With a focus on children at least 2 years behind in reading, Mrs. Craft explains the levels of processing problems, and differentiates dyslexia from visual and auditory processing disorders, and general reading dysfunctions. She then elaborates on the keys to correcting reading problems: Correct and Bypass. Includes daily lesson plans and a quick word recognition spelling test. Also, recommended for correction of reading problems are the Brain Integration Therapy Manual and Right Brain Phonics materials and basal readers.
Â Session 7: Kids and Teenagers with Focus/Attention Issues takes a fascinating look at how our diet and antibiotic use may appear as symptoms of sensory dysfunction and focus/attention issues. She also explores the big question- â€œIs it character or chemistry?â€ and provides simple checklists of behavioral and physical characteristics. Dietary changes and nutritional supplementation recommendations are recommended.
Â Session 8: Auditory Process Problems reviews common myths before teaching the characteristics that impact reading, spelling and math. Covering common physical causes (allergies, nutritional deficiencies), Mrs. Craft shares ways to bypass and correct auditory channels issues at home.
Â Session 9: Autism, Aspergerâ€™s and Sensory Processing Problems looks at the increasing prevalence of autism in the U.S., traditional treatment and causation theories. Mrs. Craft recommends a 3-pronged approach to unlock the abilities of Autistic children, with a focus on nutrition in this session. She provides the foundational knowledge you need to identify, treat and restore the underlying biochemical disorder that may cause or exacerbate autistic symptoms.Â
Â Overall, this series is tremendously beneficial for parents and educators alike. There are a couple of disappointments. First, the DVDs are recordings of workshop sessions presented to a large group. Therefore, some graphics are difficult to see or have been updated to fit the DVD presentation. On one occasion, Mrs. Craft and her assistant are showing how to do the Circle Eight Exercises correctly and are partially blocked by the podium. The accompanying Study Guide is jam-packed with helpful information; however, at times is difficult to follow along with the presentations. As my colleagues and I viewed the videos, we elected to take notes during the sessions and read the study guide after the session. While there is no Biblical teaching, Mrs. Craft makes comments about our children being â€œGod-madeâ€, the value of prayer in helping our struggling learners and â€œGod as our Supreme Being.â€ DVDs range from 45-90 minutes. CEUs or course completion certifications are also available. ~ Deanne