Phonics Pathways 10th Edition
Phonics Pathways is logically laid out with virtually no teacher preparation involved. A multi-sensory approach means that all learning types can benefit from this book.
With a mere 10 to 15 minutes a day, usually one or two pages, your cJohn Wiley & Sonshild will be reading before you know it. Built-in reviews to aid retention include sentences that can be sounded out based entirely on the lessons previously taught, which eliminates guessing.
Phonics Pathways includes the phonics rules that other phonics-based programs do not. It also contains spelling rules in the lessons as well as quick-reference spelling and pronunciation charts. (It also has inane maxims on many pages that can be used as discussion starters or completely ignored.) This book is essential for all pre-readers and their parents.
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Vision & Motor Coordination Exercises
New Material in the 10th Edition includes illustrations for all newly introduced sounds to aid reading comprehension; tips on using Phonics Pathways with different audiences including students with learning disabilities and ESL adults; and bonus games in the back of the book.
Author: Dolores G. Hiskes
Made In: USA
Awards and Endorsements:
The Old Schoolhouse Best Phonics Program Award Winner 2004
Cathy Duffy's 100 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum
Homeschooling Parent Homeschool Friendly Stamp of Approval Award 2006
The Old Schoolhouse EE Award Winner 2003
The Old Schoolhouse EE Award Winner 2001
Education Clearinghouse Award of Excellence 2002
Tied for 1st place in Practical Homeschooling magazine annual Reader Awards! 2002
Not a fan of this book. I've kind of just wanted to shelve it. My son already reads pretty good so alot of it is review. He gets bored so easy with it. I also do not like the structure of the book. As a previous review stated, the pages are really busy.
I really like Phonics Pathways it is a fun way to teach. This book was just a refresher for my 6 year old because he had already learned all of this in public school kindergarten. I just started using it with my 5 year old and it is going great.
I think my first grader liked this one the least because of how long it took, but I thought the lessons were great! Really breaking down the English language, so she's not just memorizing sight words.
This has been such a fun book to use! I really see an improvement in how he is processing spelling out words on his own.
My child was a little advanced for this book. I think it's a great book to learn how to read, but if your child already knows how it can be slow and boring.