Thursday, September 23, 2010

Progressive Phonics

As a former reading teacher and advocate of student literacy, I think this site looks pretty good. It is called Progressive Phonics, and it appears to be totally FREE. Teachers can download printer-friendly or e-reader friendly books that provide students with sequenced phonics instruction. My immediate reaction was: This is a GREAT resource to give to parents that will vary and reinforce instruction in your classroom. You have to register, but registration gives you access to all of the books. There are also supplemental worksheets that go with each book. (I was never a huge fan of supplemental sheets, but they work well with some teachers' styles.) Give it a try, and let me know what you think!

1 comment:

  1. I know that phonics fell out of vogue in some school districts for a while, but I am convinced that going through a phonics program in elementary school is the reason that I can generally spell complex words fairly easily. Thanks for sharing this great resource Kristen.



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