My Phonics Workbook: 101 Games and Activities to Support Reading Skills
  • My Phonics Workbook: 101 Games and Activities to Support Reading Skills
  • My Phonics Workbook: 101 Games and Activities to Support Reading Skills
  • My Phonics Workbook: 101 Games and Activities to Support Reading Skills
  • My Phonics Workbook: 101 Games and Activities to Support Reading Skills
  • My Phonics Workbook: 101 Games and Activities to Support Reading Skills
  • My Phonics Workbook: 101 Games and Activities to Support Reading Skills
  • My Phonics Workbook: 101 Games and Activities to Support Reading Skills
  • My Phonics Workbook: 101 Games and Activities to Support Reading Skills
ISBN: 1641524413
EAN13: 9781641524414
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 18, 2019
Pages: 98
Dimensions: 0.4724409" H x 10.86614" L x 8.464567" W
Weight: 0.7539809 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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Book Overview

Games and activities to make phonics fun for ages 4 to 6

Building phonics skills is the first step to reading success―and now it's F-U-N too My Phonics Workbook is full of age-appropriate exercises and educational games to teach kids the pre-reading skills they'll need for kindergarten.

With full-color pages featuring a collection of imaginative characters, this phonics workbook is an engaging, interactive way to introduce young children to the world of letters and their sounds. Each entertaining lesson paves the way for your little one to become an enthusiastic reader

This first step in early reader books includes:

  • Letters A to Z―Fully illustrated games for each letter teach individual vowel and consonant sounds, the first building blocks of reading.
  • Words made of sounds―The exercises gradually increase in difficulty to build confidence, beginning with letter sounds before introducing blends (like st) and digraphs (like ch).
  • 101 Awesome activities―Coloring, tracing, mazes, puzzles, word searches, and more keep little ones motivated to learn.

Children learn best when they're having fun--and this phonics workbook is all fun and games

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5
   Such a Blessing
I bought them for a family member who needed some extra help reading for Christmas. Just a month later, he's asking to read two or more books a day, finding a love for reading and books.
 
5
   Engaging
This book turned out to be a pretty good investment as it helps my son stay engaged for a long time, his mom said.
 
4
   On the younger side
This is adorable and I would recommend it to someone in the 4-6 range. Even though they have attended school, they have learned the same things. I bought it as a summer workbook after kindergarten, but it's too young for me. The last 13 of the book are good, but the first 23 are a little boring. My 6 year old doesn't even like the coloring and she's not even entertained by identifying the letters. If your kid is 4 and you want to use it the summer before k and then finish it during our right after k, this is for you.
 
5
   Great product!
This is hands down one of the best activities books for my 5 year old. Currently, he is in his first year of school and will be going to school in about six months. The first part of the letter is letter review, but not in the typical trace-letter boring way. It's a complicated game, but never too much for him to handle, Mr. Dhaliwal said. Great customer service, said Paul Dhaliwal, vice president of Amazon's US operations. We finished it in a week, Mr. Dhaliwal said.
 
3
   Definitely geared for prek age
I bought it for my 6 year old who I homeschool for some extra practice. She is flying through it, Tunick said. I'm glad for the extra work, but wouldn't recommend it for a child who already knows their letters and sounds, Mrs. Dhaliwal said.
 
5
   Progress tracker is a great motivator!
It has a progress tracker that has 101 stars on it, corresponding to the activity at the front of the book. It is a great motivator for my son. Activities are fun and he goes through approx. 25 minutes, said Dr. Goin. Five activities in one sitting.
 
5
   Summer Material
Thanks for the book, Diana. The rest of the family will probably be growing up fast, as my daughter is a rising 1st grader. The beginning of the exercise starts with easy skills that help to boost her confidence after a few weeks off, Ms. Gest said. The difficulty is in following along and I grade her work afterward.
 
5
   Finally found the perfect workbook for my 3 year old!
I have tried so many different workbooks but nothing seems to hold my 3.5 year olds attention and either doesn't challenge her enough or is too much for her so she is over it. This workbook is seriously perfect! We had so much fun doing it together and she asks to do more and more almost daily, Sosa said. It's great to hear from Dr. Goin that they recommend it. I plan to order them as gifts now.
 
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