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Designed to be used alongside the sold-separately Recipe for Reading Manual, this Workbook K is intended to be used with children who need additional phonemic awareness support before proceeding further into the Recipe for Reading series.
25 lessons provide a child-friendly introduction to the initial consonants and short vowels through auditory, visual, kinesthetic activities. Engaging mnemonics help students understand and remember letter-sound relationships and letter shapes before practicing blending sounds to make words. There are five or six pages of activities for each lesson are provided. Consonants k, d, g, m, l, h, t, j, k, p, b ,r, f, n, s, w, y, v, z, qu and short vowels.
Recipe for Reading from EPS is a research-based, multisensory, phonics-based reading curriculum that features intervention strategies for struggling readers in grades K-6 or beginning readers in grades K-3. Students who progress through the program will learn consonant sounds, digraphs, consonant blends, diphthongs, short/long vowels, inflectional endings, suffixes, and spelling rules. Incorporating visual, auditory, and kinesthetic techniques, this program is ideal for differentiated instruction.
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ddtmomPoplar Grove, ILAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Perfect beginning workbookJuly 11, 2012ddtmomPoplar Grove, ILAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I am a homeschooling mom of 3 and just purchased this workbook to get my 6 year old started learning to read and write. I started him later since he didn't seem to be ready earlier. This workbook is good for giving the beginner extra help forming the letters and recognizing the sounds. I had started with Workbook 1, but it seemed too advanced for him. Now I do one lesson in Workbook K the first day and the corresponding lesson in Workbook 1 the next. That way he has more time to absorb and learn the sound and shape of the letter. The Recipe for Reading series was recommended to me by a former teacher who specialized in remedial reading. I wish I had known about this program for my older two boys. The oldest picked up on reading easily and learned to read in spite of me, not because of me. This program, however, would have helped him with his spelling. He is, of course, an avid reader. My second struggled. He has some dyslexia causing him to confuse bdpq and sometimes reversing whole words. Had I started with this program from the beginning, we would have avoided many of his struggles. He is now an avid reader, but the evidence of his challenges are still there. I would recommend getting the full program if you're starting from the beginning, and Mom's give yourself time to get into the program. It may seem complicated at first, but you see the wisdom of the sequence as you go. Since my youngest is just starting, I'm going slower than recommended and giving him time to absorb and learn the lessons. It's OK to take a break and not do it every day; or to do half a lesson one day and half the next. Once they're ready to charge ahead, you'll know.