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Every child is unique. Not all children are ready to read at age four or five like our American society says they should. With the pressure to teach our children to read at this young reading time can be very frustrating for parent and child.
I have learned so much in the 20 years of homeschooling. One of the most important, every one of my children is different. My oldest was ready to read at age four, my other three struggled for several years before they were confident with their reading.
Although I used A Beka as our main "learn to read" curriculum, I used Hooked on Phonics as well to help my struggling readers. It was a fun addition to our reading time.The Hooked on Phonics Program is a tried and true program that's helped multiple generations of learners in my family master reading and phonics. It's so easy to use and follow along that children can even teach themselves to read with Hooked on Phonics. You may know the well-known quote from Harry S. Truman,
The world of literature also helps children build upon their imagination, become more empathetic, and improve emotional intelligence. So, if anyone were to ask me what the best reading/phonics program is, not only as a mom but as a learner, I would (and have many times) recommended the Hooked On Phonics Learn To Read program. This set is the absolute best deal I've found for beginners. It includes five levels from PreK-2nd grade. Other great programs by Hooked on Phonics are available for older children here on Educents, where I found this deal. Right now you can get free shipping with code CANDYCORN.
What reading curriculum has worked the best for your children? How did you encourage your struggling reader?
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