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Designed in conjunction with a major children's publisher, Scholastic, the Read With Me DVD Learning System is a story comprehension and vocabulary system bringing timeless children's books even closer on DVD. Beloved illustrations are brought to life with thoughtful animation, the text is highlighted and read aloud to children. Children answer questions about the story using a wireless controller. Increasing their comprehension of the story and vocabulary will give them confidence in their own ability to analyze stories in general.What better children’s literature hero to accompany an educational product than H.A. and Margaret Rey’s classic inquisitive monkey, Curious George? On this pleasant and challenging DVD-ROM, George helps kids learn about vocabulary, story comprehension, and other skills. There are over 100 activities and questions included in the interactive disc, which is designed for use with the special Read With Me DVD hardware, and all of them feature the familiar bright color palate and familiar characters from the beloved Curious George series. We liked the blend of classic imagery with contemporary learning methods and found the interactive menus to be easy for children to manage. --Charlie Williams
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Hooked on Phonics Learn to Read Kindergarten is based on research, approved by the Children s Reading Foundation and designed in conjunction with leading educators, renowned authors and most important, parents. Hooked on Phonics Learn to Read Kindergarten uses engaging phonics-based activities, music videos, and online games to help your child become a confident reader. Each unit concludes with a storybook specially written to support the skills your child has learned so far in the program and this is a book they can read to you proudly, on their own! Each lesson takes only about 20 minutes a day.
Hooked on Phonics Learn to Read Kindergarten covers letter names, letter sounds, uppercase letters, lowercase letters, and blending sounds. Learn to Read Kindergarten includes:
12 original storybooks that feature an exciting range of beautifully illustrated stories
2 storybooks by the award-winning children s book authors and illustrators, David Ezra Stein and Rosemary Wells
2 reading workbooks that will guide you and your child through all of the lessons and many fun activities
2 DVDs filled with music videos and engaging, animated introductions to each lesson, where letters come to life
2 sets of stickers so a child can proudly mark their progress in the workbooks and celebrate their success
Quick Start Guides
1 bonus Hooked on Phonics DVD, FUNtastic Animals, exclusive to Amazon customers
Now featuring a free online Learn to Read experience - In addition to what's in the box, Hooked on Phonics Learn to Read Kindergarten now offers unique online components to deliver a rich, multisensory learning experience for your child. Each level of Learn to Read comes with a serial number that lets you sign up for free online content. Simply register and you will be able to access online games, downloadable content, printables, and custom book recommendations. You will also be able to track your child's progress on their own personalized learning path.
Online Games - Simple and engaging online games designed specifically to reinforce the subject matter your child has just completed in the lesson.
Printables - Fun activity sheets you can download and print. Each activity is designed to reinforce the lesson your child has just completed.
Custom Book Recommendations specifically tailored to reinforce the unit your child has just completed. All are available for purchase on Amazon.com.
The Reading Lesson is a bestselling program that teaches young children to read in 20 easy lessons. It is designed as a step-by-step course for parents who want to teach their young children to read at home. The teaching method is based on phonics and key-word recognition, and with its innovative and guided approach, the 20 step-by-step lessons provide an easy-to-follow recipe for teaching children to read. Developed by pediatrician Michael Levin, the program has also been used successfully for children with disabilities.
How do I use the Reading Lesson?
There are twenty lessons in this book. Each lesson takes about two weeks to complete (with about 15 minutes of study per day). Before starting a lesson, we suggest that you read the instructions for that lesson. Each lesson begins with an introduction and a description of how to proceed. For example, lesson two introduces the letters “m”, “d”, and “r”. At the beginning of the lesson, there is an introduction with some words of advice and thoughts on how to go through the sounds of those letters and how to read them in words.
Each lesson consists of words, exercises and short stories. When reading the words, ask the child to tell you what the word means. Before you read the story, read the title and talk a little bit about the content of the story. Approximately 300 key words form the basis of reading skills in this course. Each lesson introduces a set of key words. Your child should learn them well before you proceed to the next lesson, since these words are used in later lessons.
For many young readers (including children who are familiar with the alphabet), the letters in words seem to melt together. The instructions in Lesson One teach the child basic sound blending. The special typography and font style the book uses will help your child to identify and separate the letters she already knows. These bars, dots, and special graphics are there as guides and are used to blend the sounds into words. This process is called “sounding out”. At first, blending is difficult for most children. You will need to help the child but he will get better at it with practice.
How fast should I go through the book?
The length and the pace of the daily lessons will vary with your child's age and abilities. We suggest the following schedule: For children under five, one page per day will suffice and maintain their concentration on the lesson. For children between five and six, two to three pages per day will be sufficient. For children over six, three or more pages per day will be fine.
Children have a very short attention span. Try to keep each lesson under fifteen minutes, and spend no more than five to seven minutes per page. If your child is young, don't rush! Work at a leisurely and comfortable pace. Remember: you have plenty of time to complete the course and, if necessary, to go back and repeat the course before your child starts reading instruction in school.
How old should my child be when we start the Reading Lesson?
The book is meant for children between the ages of 3 and 8. We do not suggest that you try to teach a child under the age of three to read. Contrary to some books that suggest that you can teach infants to read, there is no proof that such a thing is possible. Children need certain developmental skills before they can read. Flashing cards with letters and words at a baby is a fun thing to do and makes us feel like good parents, but it does not work!
The Reading Lesson is a totally developmentally appropriate course that is easy to follow, and makes learning to read fun for parents and kids. The book is an easy and cheap solution to teaching your children to read at home, and has been a success with families all around the world. Give it a try – you’re sure to love it.
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