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The Explode the Code series provides comprehensive phonics instruction, giving students the skills they need to read words, phrases, sentences, and stories by themselves.
Explode the Code Book 1 provides students with a review of consonants and introduces short vowel sounds. Skills addressed through a variety of encoding, decoding, and writing exercises include: short a, short a with final consonant sounds, short i, short u, short e, and short o. Students will also practice blending sounds to read and write CVC words. Reviews are included throughout, and both a pretest (which measures student familiarity with consonant sounds, a prerequisite to this book) and a posttest are provided.
102 non-reproducible pages, softcover consumable workbook. Grades K-1.
Number of Pages: 102
Vendor: Educators Publishing Service
Publication Date: 1998
|Dimensions: 11 X 8.5 (inches)|
Series: Explode the Code
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If you're looking for a parent- and kid-friendly phonics workbook, you've found it in this series. New phonics skills are introduced in each workbook. The Get Ready books teach students how to say and write consonants. The short stories in the Beyond books develop understanding and critical-thinking skills. The "1/2" books provide further practice activities. Teacher's guides feature detailed lesson plans and address key principles. My daughter enjoyed the pictures drawn by kids, and she loved using these workbooks to reinforce her newly acquired reading skills. Grades K to 4. Approx. 100 pages each, softcovers from Educators Publishing. -- Cindy
lburns4 Stars Out Of 5code 1 1/2 & code AMarch 9, 2017lburnsQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0I bought A-2.... I have a 5 & 4 year old...My 4 year old is starting with A for a review of what we already been through & my 5 year old daughter is on 1 1/2 to review as well. Other than the pictures being a bit hard to decipher, they truly love it. I didnt buy the parent/teacher guides to these books as I was not aware they needed them but they can easily be used without them!
joy5 Stars Out Of 5greatDecember 22, 2016joyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My Grandson loves these workbooks! something he actually wants to sit down and do!
chrisk5 Stars Out Of 5so helpfulOctober 26, 2016chriskQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0My daughter was struggling to see that each individual letter makes up the word. She would read the first two letters of the (c v c) then just guess. This book is a great investment and now she is actually reading
tenjordans5 Stars Out Of 5Best Phonics especially for slow readersApril 13, 2016tenjordansQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Easy to decode pictures help students work independently and repletion helps children remember. These book is what helped my ,slow reader, oldest child to finally get it. Twelve kids later I pull them out whenever a child is having trouble. WARNING: Just like it is normal for some children to walk at 8 month and some at 18 months, some children's brains are developed enough to read at 4 years and other not until 9 or 10. " It is not wise to compare our selves with ourselves."
Pamela5 Stars Out Of 5Provides strong phonics base for reading success!March 29, 2016PamelaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I used Explode the Code for K & 1st when I taught in a K-4 school in NV. I was amazed at how quickly the kids progressed with it! With Kindergarten, after doing a letter a week through 'd'. we added the E the C book 1 and letter 'e'. I still introduced the letters each week in ABC order, but they also picked up 's', 't', & 'r' easily in the book. (bad, dad, sad, bat, rat, sat) The repetition aids with the words essentially becoming 'sight words'. The books provided a firm foundation - ALL were able to continue on with the 2nd grade reading series. The strong phonics component provides the skill needed to progress. When they transferred to 5th grade in the next town, their teachers commented on how well they all read and tested. They always knew that our kids would arrive being strong readers.