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Review the names and order of the 26 ALPHABET LETTERS with LETTER LINES & SHAPES, LETTER FINDS & COUNTS, LETTER WORDS & CARDS. Begin with PHONEMIC AWARENESS
  • Even the seemingly chaotic vagaries of advanced phonemics & orthography follow SOUND & SPELLING PATTERNS that puzzle solvers will delight in discovering-especially with CONTEXT CLUES based on TONGUE TWISTERS, PROVERBS, IDIOMS, PLEXORS, and other fun kinds of language.
  • BUILD CONFIDENCE with review of basic sound-letter correspondences. ACCELERATE LEARNING with gradual, natural inclusion of ALTERNATIVE, UNUSUAL, & EXCEPTIONAL SPELLINGS in one- and multi-syllable vocabulary items.
  • Target, in sequence, CONSONANTS, VOWELS, SYLLABLES, WORD PARTS, & WORD GROUPINGS in creative variations of 12 NOW FAMILIAR PUZZLE FORMATS.
  • Polish and expand newly acquired knowledge with BEYOND-THE-PUZZLE-DO-IT-YOURSELF ACTIVITIES. Use Presentations, Charts, Sidebars, Answer Keys, Hints & Notes, Reference Word Lists, and other Add-Ons as BONUS LEARNING TOOLS.
  • Do what is motivating, productive, and efficient in phonics & spelling "instruction" instead of what can kill interest and focus. Use Phonics & Spelling Puzzles, Advanced Level in place of traditional exercises!  So much for learners as they: interpret visuals, figure out spellings from cues and clues, discover patterns, get "ah-hah moments" that act as memory pegs, and experience satisfaction when it all "comes out even." Compare that to "tedious practice" and boring white space. There are 3 other "levels" of Puzzle-Solving Presentations, Practice, Reinforcement, & Challenge: Basic (978-1-934637-42-5), Beginning (978-1-934637-43-2), and Intermediate (978-1-934637-44-9). In the first two, Alphabet Sections review the differences between letters and sounds, ensuring phonemic awareness. Initial & Final Consonants + Vowel Sounds & Spellings are covered in all Levels. Three levels provide 12 different puzzle formats targeting Syllables ("Closed Vs. "Open", Stress Patterns, Syllabification); two have Word Parts (Roots, Affixes, Compounds); and one has Word Groupings (Confusing Items, Homographs & Homophones, Synonyms).

    Funny thing: learning that occurs during pleasurable situations that involve "doing" is more likely to promote successful skills acquisition and retention than forced study associated with anxiety.

    After trying it, let us know how well it works for you (and your learners)!

    [Color Cover, Black and White interior, Shrink Wrapped, Packed and shipped Via USPS Priority Mail.]
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