First Start Reading A-D Set

Grade K

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First Start Reading Table of Contents
First Start Reading Student Books: A SampleB SampleC SampleD Sample
First Start Reading Books A-D Teacher Sample

Is there really a need for another phonics program? Well, we thought so! The first reading and printing lessons are critical, and although there are many adequate programs out there, we could not find one with the right combination we were looking for—a balanced, age-appropriate approach to phonics and reading, and a serious focus on correct pencil grip and letter formation. In addition, many phonics programs today use the ladder approach (consonant-vowel blending), which is fine, but we prefer the more traditional (vowel-consonant) approach combined with word families. And one more thing: mastery of the short vowels is the sine qua non of phonics programs, and few programs really give adequate practice in this very important skill. First Start Reading solved all of our little problems and made us happy. We hope you like it too.

SKU: K-101S. Category: .

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First Start Reading covers consonants, short and long vowels, 45 common words, and manuscript printing, accompanied by artist-drawn coloring pictures and drawing pages for every letter. Your child will begin reading in the very first lesson as he progresses through five student books and over thirty-one phonetic stories, such as “Hogs and Pigs” and “Jog to the Jet.” The Teacher Manual guides you through the program and provide helpful assessments and teaching tips.

This set includes the following: First Start Reading Books A-D and the Teacher Guide.

“Why First Start Reading” by Cheryl Lowe
“What is the Classical Approach to Phonics?” by Cheryl Lowe

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2 reviews for First Start Reading A-D Set

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    We love these books!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    These books systematically teach how to build reading skills. My child learned to read using these books. It has enjoyable activities as well as assignments that train in discipline and diligence. In our situation, I felt that Book D pace was too fast and we had to supplement with additional games and activities.

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