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Phonics for Kindergarten, Grade K (Home Workbook) Paperback – January 4, 2010
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Phonics for Kindergarten includes these academic skills:
Beginning consonant sounds
Short vowel sounds
Sight word recognition
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Top Customer Reviews
For each letter there are 2 pages of activities: one requires the child to find all the objects that start with that letter among a group of objects and the other one finding the only object in a group of three that begins with that letter.
After every 10 pages or so there is a general activity page where small pictures are accompanied with three letters and the kid is required to find the correct letter that the object in the picture starts with. These pages cover all the letters up to that point.
The last pages, after all the letters are covered, are another group of activities which require finding the middle missing letter or recognizing the whole word among similar ones. This require more skill than the first set of activities and therefore a kindergarten student would do it better.
The pictures are repeated a few times for different activities and this ensures the child to build some new vocabulary. For example my son did not know the word 'can' as in canned food and after I told him and he came across a few more times he was easily noticing it. The pictures are mostly clear and easy to recognize. There are some ambiguities but those are really limited.
Finally the book offers 140 stickers and a completion chart. The idea is that for each activity a sticker needs to be put on the corresponding page number on that chart. Good luck if you manage to get them used that way.Read more ›
I would definitely recommend this book for those getting ready to stary kindergarden :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Variety of practice problems for a child that learning phonics (beginning and vowel sounds).Published 4 days ago by Victoria L.
Pretty basic work book. Much smaller in size compared to others, especially if your kindergartner hasn't mastered handwriting yet. Read morePublished 4 days ago by f. cracchiolo
This met all expectations for a kindergarten who needs quite a bit of help in reading. However, when it comes to actually reading the word after the desired vowel is written in the... Read morePublished 10 days ago by KB
Just got this today and my son who is in kindergarten and struggling to read finds this book to be really easy. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Fredrick Couch
This book is incredible! My son is 5 and in special education (diagnosed with "Autistic-like symptoms at 3), and he's a little slower to develop than most children his age. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Kelsey