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Adventures in Phonics Level A Teacher 3rd Ed

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Item #: 017537
ISBN: 9781935796329
Grade: K

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Publisher:Christian Liberty Press
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Cathy Duffy's review prompted me to look into this. Since I was already using Noah Webster's Handbook for Reading, this seemed like a logical purchase.
Tessa E on Mar 14, 2018
I really like Adventures in Phonics because it is written by a Christian and exhibits Christian values.
FrancesEve D on Jul 26, 2016
Cathy Duffy's review prompted me to look into this. Since I was already using Noah Webster's Handbook for Reading, this seemed like a logical purchase.
Tessa E on Mar 14, 2018
Part of phonics program
Evelyn M on Nov 26, 2017
I really like Adventures in Phonics because it is written by a Christian and exhibits Christian values.
FrancesEve D on Jul 26, 2016
Part of phonics program
Evelyn M on Nov 26, 2017
Does this have an interesting/fun way of teaching all the ways letters interact with each other (i.e. h is a good influence on t and p, e is a bully, v stands up to him, r is bossy, etc...)? This looks more practical and easier and more wholesome than the much-disliked (by me) Distar method, but I'm still worried it will be stale. My son is very motivated to learn to read--I had completely planned on waiting until 1st grade to really dive into this, but he's already taught himself to read, will this be challenging enough or should I consider something else?
A shopper on Nov 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: EnterI have used book B twice, and while it is effective, it teaches by looooots of practice and has been tedious seatwork for both of my students...I would not call it fun unless your child particularly enjoys filling out pages (some do!). And no, it does not teach fun rules. Bob Jones tends to have engaging workbooks in general, although pricey. also, Carson Dellosa has many small workbooks that are fun and inexpensive options. Hope this helps and happy teaching! an answer to this question.
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    Rainbow Resource Center Store
    Cathy Duffy's review prompted me to look into this. Since I was already using Noah Webster's Handbook for Reading, this seemed like a logical purchase.
    Tessa E on Mar 14, 2018
    I really like Adventures in Phonics because it is written by a Christian and exhibits Christian values.
    FrancesEve D on Jul 26, 2016
    Cathy Duffy's review prompted me to look into this. Since I was already using Noah Webster's Handbook for Reading, this seemed like a logical purchase.
    Tessa E on Mar 14, 2018
    Part of phonics program
    Evelyn M on Nov 26, 2017
    I really like Adventures in Phonics because it is written by a Christian and exhibits Christian values.
    FrancesEve D on Jul 26, 2016
    Part of phonics program
    Evelyn M on Nov 26, 2017
    Does this have an interesting/fun way of teaching all the ways letters interact with each other (i.e. h is a good influence on t and p, e is a bully, v stands up to him, r is bossy, etc...)? This looks more practical and easier and more wholesome than the much-disliked (by me) Distar method, but I'm still worried it will be stale. My son is very motivated to learn to read--I had completely planned on waiting until 1st grade to really dive into this, but he's already taught himself to read, will this be challenging enough or should I consider something else?
    A shopper on Nov 27, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: EnterI have used book B twice, and while it is effective, it teaches by looooots of practice and has been tedious seatwork for both of my students...I would not call it fun unless your child particularly enjoys filling out pages (some do!). And no, it does not teach fun rules. Bob Jones tends to have engaging workbooks in general, although pricey. also, Carson Dellosa has many small workbooks that are fun and inexpensive options. Hope this helps and happy teaching! an answer to this question.
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