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                                                                                       phonics workbooks

Phonics workbooks come in handy when teaching your child to read the phonics way

     When teaching reading with phonics workbooks you are also teaching writing. And some phonics workbooks are set up with lovely pictures and plenty of places to .write As a parent you will have to guide your child as

she cannot read the instructions. You will have to tell her what to do on each page and where to write the sounds or words. 

Then you have to play teacher and correct it. 

     Most children love doing things, especially things with a pencil, so you have to make sure your child does write something in the right places. If the child is not ready to write, just stick to reading the workbooks and getting the child familiar with the pictures and what to do. You can start by having the child trace the letters on the pages.

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     Video 1: Introduction To Montessori Reading.

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          Video 3: How To Teach Reading Using Sandpaper Letters

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     I like to use Montessori sandpaper letters for tracing as the child can feel the shape of the letter. First I make up the words or phonic sounds from the workbook then let the child trace the sandpaper letters. Doing this actually can start the child off on writing, as tracing the letters is the same as writing. 

When your child is just starting out with the workbooks always use a pencil. 

     This way you can rub out the pencil marks and start again. For workbooks on the internet I like Tamareads, all free and pretty good stuff. You can print out the workbooks and then get your child to fill in the spaces. Just remember with all workbooks, you the parent must become involved and help your child. To the child a workbook just has lovely pictures but it is up to you to turn those lovely pictures into words.

     For more information about learning to read courses with phonic workbooks and a Montessori course I recommend see our teach reading page.

    To have a chat to other parents and to find out more about learning to read go to our forum.

Thank you for your time

  

Peter Legrove

 

 

 

 

 

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