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My Child Complains When it’s Time to Read! He Hates Reading!

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Does your child moan and groan

when it’s time to read? 

 

It’s true that once your child learns to read, you can encourage him to read more by building off what he already knows.  Connecting him to a book that has something to do with his hobby, or a favorite movie, or a favorite sport is a good way to encourage additional reading. 

 

However, if a child cannot sound out all the words on the page

he will not want to read.   

 

So after you’ve taught your child to read, then you can interest him in additional reading by building off what he already enjoys.  

But let me stress, once again, your child need to learn how to sound out every word on every page.  Moreover, your child isn’t the only child struggling in reading.  There are so many children in America who cannot sound out every word on every page that it’s scary!   

Why do American children have such a horrible reading problem?

American children have a reading problem because the teaching of reading in American public schools is totally wrong and flies in the face of all logic and common sense.

 

What’s the answer?

Well, the ideal answer would be for American public schools to change their ways, but that’s probably not going to happen.

 

You see, that kind of change would require that our educational professionals (who for the past 80 years have been engaged in teaching children to do everything BUT sound out the words on the page) stop defending their teaching methods in reading.

 

Is there another answer? 

Yes, there certainly is, and it’s an answer that is Feasible, Affordable, and Reliable!

 

It’s an answer that enables Moms and Dads to take their children FAR beyond 4th grade level reading and to watch their children naturally progress into sounding out words at college level by the time their children graduate from high school. 

 

Does this sound too good to be true?

Well it’s not, and what we propose is soooooooo logical!

 

The Candy 4WAY Phonics Program is Systematic 4WAY Phonics at it’s best.

The Candy 4WAY Phonics Program includes everything parents need to give their children (and themselves) one-on-one, step-by-step training in phonetic (sounding out) reading.

 

Moms and Dads, your children could be learning to read every word on every page. 

For just $9.97 you can purchase an INSTANT DOWNLOAD of the following Candy 4WAY Phonics Items:

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

2  100 Daily 4WAY 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 Rhyming Phonics Charts to give your child a lifetime of phonogram retention.

Interwoven, daily Phonics Drill

8  FREE e-mail coaching

 

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

 

As my daughter jokingly says: “I’m gonna say this one more time, and then I’m gonna say it again!”

So here is what I’d like to say, “one more time“!

Moms and Dads, if we don’t do something to fix the reading problem among American School children, then over 1 million illiterate teens will quit school and continue to head for the streets every year! 

One of those teens DOES NOT have to be YOUR child! 

A child who learns to effortlessly sound out every word on every page does not moan and groan when it’s time to read!

Sincerely,

 

Carol Kay, President

Candy 4WAY Phonics

www.candy4wayphonics.com

 

How are Candy 4WAY Phonics Readers Different from Readers in Other Phonics Programs?

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How are Candy 4WAY Phonics Readers different from the readers in other phonics programs? 

Candy 4WAY Phonics Readers are different from other story readers in five BIG ways:

1) Letter sounds and blends contained on the pages of each reader are learned by the child BEFORE he reads the story.

2) Candy Story Readers are sequenced INTO the Candy 4WAY Daily Phonics Lessons.  Beginning with Level Two of the program, children are given a story reader to enjoy following after every five daily phonics lessons.

3) Rhyme, rhythm, and alliteration, a key element of many of our story readers, makes learning to read more fun!

4) Small stories build into longer stories as children move on to read sentences containing connective words and complex connective words (subordinate clauses, infinitive phrases, and participial phrases.)   Therefore, our story readers, unlike other phonics programs, progress from six pages up to twenty-nine pages depending upon where a child is in his daily phonics lessons. 

5) Sentences containing varied connective-word sentence openers introduce children to higher level reading abilities (fourth grade reading level and well beyond).  We do this because it has clearly been demonstrated that when children DO receive these types of complex sentence structures, they are better able  to express complex ideas, to paint word pictures, and to convey complex relationships.

Check out our webpage for an ABSOLUTELY FREE PHONICS CURRICULUM (K4 THRU 4TH GRADE).

Sincerely,  Carol Kay, President

Www.candy4wayphonics.com

 

Illiteracy in America! Hello to a Nation Where 7 Million Americans Cannot Read!

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There was once a REAL little girl named Candy who struggled in reading. 

However, Candy CAN read now!  She can read every word on every page!

YOUR CHILD CAN LEARN TO READ, TOO!

Read Candy’s TRUE STORY at:  www.candy4wayphonics.com