by Joseph Walker
Before learning to read, most children learn the alphabet and the sounds letters make. Parents and teachers can facilitate this process by teaching phonics -- the study of letter-sound or sound-symbol associations -- to young children. The U.S. Department of Education and National Institutes of Heal...
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This is a great resource for teaching phonics. It gives you lists of activities to use when teaching phonics, which in my opinion is a hard subject to teach in a fun, motivating way. -Jordan Toburen