Each lesson is followed up by a game that has a Bingo or a Go Fish theme to it. He took his confidence to the library checking out more books than I can count and reading them to himself any opportunity he had. My second son, is on step 12 as I write this. The first book has each letter broken up into four pages.
I love the colorful books that are included in this set and the fun ways that the author teaches the child how to form the letters. The songs grab his attention while the workbook pages change up the rhythm of the lessons so that your child will not become bored. My son finished the racetrack a very confident reader, speller, and writer.
He is a very independent child and loves going ahead on his own which is very possible with mom close by, of course!
The kindergarten curriculum is based on a train track.
I am thankful that this is not a quick program. When my first child completed step 36, I was a few days away from having our fourth child and I could have cried.
My son who cannot sit still long is reading! There are two books in the kindergarten curriculum along with fun songs that teach short vowels, sounding out words and many other phonetic rules. Oh yes and not only is he reading but enjoys reading.
He is a very kinesthetic learner.
We had been diligently working for the past 10 months and had covered everything from the short vowel sounds, long vowels, silent k, l, g, g, h to reading comprehension and everything in between.
He is comprehending what is read! Some of the lessons may take two days, others may take up to nine days.
CD and 6 sing along tapes do people still use cassettes? Thankfully, the next song that goes through each letter sound a-z calms them back down!
There are two books in the first grade curriculum as well. The first grade curriculum is a racetrack.
I truly believe this is one of the most thorough and enriching ways to learn to read, write and spell. The author, Sue Dickson, has systematically laid out the various objectives for each lesson. The first book takes around a month to complete, while the second book, will take much longer.Sing, Spell, Read and Write is a curriculum that I had the joy of being introduced to in the very beginning of our homeschooling adventure.
Now, I am in the trenches of this program with my second child. Sing, Spell, Read, and Write uses the “consonant-vowel” approach (ba, be, bi, bo, bu) to teach reading.
It’s a fun program that is fairly easy to use. It’s a fun program that is fairly easy to use. Sing, Spell, Read, and Write homeschool curriculum is a multi-sensory, sequenced phonics curriculum that uses fun songs, charts, games, readers, & workbooks to teach reading.
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Sing, Spell, Read & Write uses phonics songs, interactive charts, and games to teach the alphabetic principle, phonemic awareness, sound/letter correspondence, short vowel sounds, and blending - in a fun and meaningful way.
By the end of Kindergarten students will be reading fully-decodable story books with single- short- vowel words.Download