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How to Teach Phonics to Your Child

by Kay Tang
Phonics is a teaching technique in which your child learns to recognize sounds and letters as well as how to blend them to make words. Once your child understands phonics, he can decode new words with greater ease. Phonics is taught in stages that progress in difficulty and take time to master.
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