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How to Teach Phonics at Home

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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