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Silent Letters Loud and Clear Paperback – June 1, 2010
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"Pulver and Reed tackle another grammar lesson with humorous examples and whimsical illustrations." (School Library Journal) --School Library Journal
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After 1 month of reading this book every day, I am happy to report his spelling and grades are improving. He is now reading it to his younger cousins to help them. This book is simple and easy to follow. It is silly, so it does not feel like learning. I would recommend reading it often with your child so that it becomes second nature, especially if they are struggling. It is a great book for children learning to read because it sets the expectation to memorize certain rules rather than rely on phonetics.
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The students love it and so do I. They want me to read it over and over and over.Published 18 months ago by Perfect Smile
While the book gets the message across there are words used that I do not want my 4-year old to hear such as "dumb".Published 20 months ago by genevieve012
The book was just as described! I used it to introduce a silent letter lesson to my 2nd grade class.Published 22 months ago by Suzanne Wayment
My great neice's reading comprehension has improved. Her general reading has improved, too. She is more confident at school and is bringing home higher scores on her report.Published on November 15, 2013 by Deborah Cope
But she soon understood and then she couldn't get enough of the book. A fun way to teach our wild English language.Published on September 16, 2013 by Sharon Hulton