Inexpensive Phonics Program – An Affordable Homeschooling Reading Curriculum

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Have you run out of money for homeschooling resources?

Do you still desire to purchase that $300 phonics program but you ‘ve already spent just about every dime you’ve got?

There’s good news!  You can still have that COMPLETE Phonics curriculum. 

You can still have all those sequenced step-by-step fun phonics lessons, and those sequenced story readers that are built right into the curriculum, and all those rhyming phonics flashcards and rhyming lifetime phonics charts and those extra drill sheets and multisensory helps.

You can have it all, and you can have it all for less than $10.00.

You see, the Candy 4WAY Phonics Program was designed to be excellent and affordable

Frankly, we’re the best phonics bargain in town

For just $9.97 you can INSTANTLY DOWNLOAD 50 PDF phonics files that are packed full of easy-to-understand, parent/friendly 4WAY Phonics Lessons  written specifically for Parents. 

Your child could be learning to read every word on every page!

The Candy 4WAY Phonics Program  begins with a child as young as 4 years old and carries him/her from one step-by-step phonics lessons to the next all the way to a 4th grade reading level and beyond!

With Candy 4WAY Phonics, your child could be learning to sound out well over 30,000 words, reading sentences with connective and complex connective words, and building the necessary reading skills  he’ll need to ask those inferential questions later on.

We’re not exaggerating!  Candy 4WAY Phonics is everything we say it is and includes all of the following:

1)  An 82-page ebook entitled: How to Teach Candy’s Systematic 4WAY Phonics

2) 100 Daily Phonics Lessons loaded with rhyme, rhythm, and alliteration for fun learning

3) Candy Story Readers sequenced into the program (after every 5 Daily Phonics Lessons, your child can read a Candy Reader)

4) Colored Alphabet Rhyming Phonics Charts with Multisensory Vowel Helps

5) Colored Rhyming Alphabet Flashcards

6) Colored Lifetime Phonics Charts to give your child a Lifetime of Retention for ALL the Phonograms (these Lifetime Phonics Charts are included with the program but also sold separately).

7) Interwoven Phonics Drill

8) FREE email coaching

It’s simple!  It’s affordable!  It works!

Check it out, and don’t forget to read the TRUE STORY of Candy, a little girl who struggled in reading back in the 1950’s. 

Candy couldn’t read.  Candy can read now.  Read Candy’s TRUE STORY!

Sincerely,

Carol Kay, President
Candy 4WAY Phonics
www.candy4wayphonics.com

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