Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons

Fireside
Siegfried Engelmann, Phyllis Haddox, Elaine Bruner

While it may be tedious at times and not very flashy, this is an inexpensive way to introduce your little ones to phonics based reading. I've used this with all 5 of my children. Each was independently reading readers by 4 years of age. Some more fluently than others, but the phonics based system worked for all of them eventually. A story and cartoon picture mark the end of each lesson. This was incentive for our young children; I'm not sure it has the pizazz an older child might expect.

Topic: language arts
Age Level: preschool
You'll use it: daily

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