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What do children read before they read books? Words! The phonetic reading cards free children to begin reading independently right from the start. These work just like the classic Montessori material the phonetic object box but with the benefit of a control which allows children to check their own work. Use the photo-only card as flash cards in vocabulary lessons. Later, when children are familiar with the sounds of the letters in our alphabet (not their names), show children how to read the separate word label, match it to the picture, and then check their own work with the labeled cards. Level 1 (simplest phonetic words) contains three letter words that are truly phonetic...they follow the rules of 50% of our language. By beginning reading with these words, children begin to trust in their ability to decipher the code of English. This builds their confidence and encourages them to read more and more. 6 subjects and 18 cards in each packet; 5 packets and 90 cards in the entire level plus a sample lesson plan for teacher/parent reference. Approx. card sizes are as follows: Word Cards (3 2/3 x 1 1/8), Photo Cards (3 2/3 x 3), and Control Cards (3 2/3 x 4 1/3). All photos clearly isolate their subject. All cards are laminated with a heavy 5 mil laminate, have rounded corners, and are packaged in a sturdy reclosable bag for easy storage.
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