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Teach an Older Child to Read – Teach an Older Child Phonics – Teach a Struggling Reader How to Sound Out Words

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Mom, Dad, are you grieved because your older son or daughter cannot read?  Do you feel that you’re the only one in your child’s life who really cares?  Indeed, you might be the only one who really cares, and that’s exactly why you need to know that your child can learn to read every word on every page! 

 

DON’T GIVE UP!   

THERE IS AN ANSWER!   

YOUR CHILD CAN LEARN TO READ EVERYTHING!

 

HERE ARE THREE PIECES OF GREAT NEWS!  

1) Your child can learn to read every word on every page!

 

2) You can receive a COMPLETE Phonics program as an INSTANT DOWNLOAD including step-by-step instructions, 100 easy-to-follow daily phonics lessons, phonics readers, rhyming phonics charts, rhyming phonics flashcards, phonics drill, multisensory vowel helps, and free email coaching — all for just $9.97.

 

3) You will need to spend just 20 to 30 minutes a day with your child.

 

With the Candy 4WAY Phonics Curriculum you can start your child (no matter what age he is) from the very beginning of phonics reading instruction and gradually build him/her into more and more complex words, sentences, paragraphs and readers. 

 
HOW DOES A CHILD BUILD INTO MORE COMPLEX SENTENCES?

 

Well, here is the progression of the sounding-out skills taught in the Candy 4WAY Phonics Program:

 

First, all the individual letter sounds are taught (not the names of the letters but the sounds that the letters stand for).

Second, a student learns how to blend a beginning consonant with a vowel from left to right such as:  ba  le  fi

Third,  a student begins to blend together three or four-letter words with a short vowel from left to right such as:  bed  can  fill  bend  raft  lint

Fourth, a student learns to blend together four-letter words with a short vowel that begin with a digraph such as: bl  pl  st  tr  sw  sm  sc from left to right and onto words beginning with combinations such as:  spr  spl scr  str

Fifth, a student learns how to blend together four and five-letter words containing long vowel combinations such as:   oa  ee  ea  ay  ie along with silent e words such as: cake  pale  crane

Sixth, a student gradually builds into more and more complex words –  words with multiple syllables that contain all the rest of the phonograms such as: aw  -ing  ough  oo  ear  eigh  -dge  -tion  and  pro-  de-  -ious   ear   -tain   eau

 

With the Candy 4WAY Phonics Program, your child will build from sounding out all the individual letter sounds into mastering how to sound out 152 different phonogram sounds. 

 

Your student will gain these skills daily, step-by-step, mastering one step before proceeding to another, with easy-to-learn, fun, daily 4WAY Phonics lessons, charts, spiral drill, and, of course, readers.  In addition, your child will learn the basic spelling rules as they naturally surface within the daily phonics lessons.   

 

Doesn’t your child deserve to know how to read.  Doesn’t your child deserve to know how to sound out every word on every page for the rest of his life

Moms, Dads, you can give your child those vital, reading skills for just $9.97.  In addition, for just $10 more, you can purchase a computer CD-Rom version of the program where you can hear every letter and every word and every sentence read aloud in every one of the 100 daily phonics lesson. 

 

Check us out – Candy 4WAY Phonics!  We guarantee, we’re The Best Phonics Bargain in Town

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