Are you ready to implement an analogy-based phonics program with your students? If so, your first step is to check out my last blog post, Everything You Need to Know About Analogy-Based Phonics. Thinking about developing your own program? Be sure to read these suggestions! How to Start Teaching ... Read More about Would You Like a Free Sample of an Awesome Analogy-Based Phonics Program?
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It's no wonder that the silent e vowel pattern can be prickly to learn. Just as your students are feeling confident decoding consonant-vowel-consonant short vowel words, you decide it's time to throw a new outlandish idea at them. Wait... you're telling them that vowels can stand for more than ... Read More about Is the Silent E Pattern Proving to Be Prickly?
Are you searching for ways to boost your young or struggling students' word recognition skills? A systematic and explicit approach to phonics instruction can help! Photo by Speaking of Images As teachers, I strongly believe, we need to have as many effective strategies as possible for reaching and ... Read More about How to Empower Your Students with Decoding Skills