Learning to Read with Phonics

The Learning to Read with Phonics series is especially designed for ESL children. From listening input, learning the relation between "sounds and letters", and "sounds blending" to "point and read", children will be instructed in a logical sequence and learn from the sounds of letters to word families; from word families to words; and from words to sentences. With this series, children will learn how to read efficiently.

As the more advanced book series for learning phonics, the Student Books provide more reading materials that expand children's knowledge of phonics, and lively chants that further enforce their listening ability. The Work Books offer a chance for children to review what they have learned, and practice reading by themselves as well. Once children finish this series, they would have the capability to read out loud the majority of the reading materials they encounter, and a mighty good ear for English as well.

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Learning to Read with Phonics: Starter A

The level in Starter A & B is a very important foundation for phonics learning. No matter how much time it takes, it is essential that teachers and parents make sure children are familiar with all the sounds of the 26 letters, so that they are ready to take the next step in the phonics journey.

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Learning to Read with Phonics: Starter B

The level in Starter A & B is a very important foundation for phonics learning. No matter how much time it takes, it is essential that teachers and parents make sure children are familiar with all the sounds of the 26 letters, so that they are ready to take the next step in the phonics journey.

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Learning to Read with Phonics: Student Book 1

In Student Book 1, children will learn the sounds of short vowels "a, e, i, o, u" and the consonant blends. Blending the sounds of short vowels with the consonants they have learned on Starter A & B, children will learn 45 word families, l-blends, r-blends, and s-blends, and practice more than 200 words at this stage.

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Learning to Read with Phonics: Student Book 2

In Student Book 2, the most important vowel pairs "ai, ay, ee, ea, oa", the consonant digraphs "th, ch, sh, wh", and three useful vowel pairs "ou, ow, oo" will be introduced. Children will practice more than 750 words at this stage.

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Learning to Read with Phonics: Student Book 3

In Student Book 3, the split vowel pairs "a-e, e-e, i-e, o-e, u-e", r-controlled vowels "ar, er, ir, or, ur" and the special sounds of the consonants "c, g, and y" will be introduced. Children will be able to read more than 1260 words when they finish the whole series.

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Learning to Read with Phonics: Workbook 1

In Workbook 1, children will practice the foundation of phonics. We have developed a range of activities to reinforce the learning of the sounds of short vowels "a, e, i, o, u" and the consonant blends: l- blends, r-blends, and s-blends covered in Student Book 1.

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Learning to Read with Phonics: Workbook 2

In Workbook 2, children will build their reading skills further. We have developed various activities to practice the vowel pairs "ai, ay, ee, ea, oa", the consonant digraphs "th, ch, sh, wh", and vowel pairs "ou, ow, oo" learned in Student Book 2.

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Learning to Read with Phonics: Workbook 3

In Workbook 3, children will become independent readers. We have developed a range of activities to practice the split vowel pairs "a-e, e-e, i-e, o-e, u-e", r-controlled vowels "ar, er, ir, or, ur" and the special sounds of the consonants "c, g, and y" covered in Student Book 3.