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Fast Phonics Letter Cartoons: Fun for preschoolers, kindergartners and first graders

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Fast Phonics Letter Cartoons: Fun for preschoolers, kindergartners and first graders

Now a young child can learn letter sounds easily, using the Fast Phonics letter cartoons. Why is it so easy? Because the clue to the letter SOUND is hidden in the letter SHAPE. The key to the letter is hidden in plain sight! Learning the correct SOUND of letters, NOT their alphabet NAMES at first, eliminates confusion and speeds up the reading process.

Learning these carefully crafted sound/symbol/letter cartoons [i.e., the letter pictures] gives your child “right-now” first step success. These pictures create a memory hook so strong, the child gains almost instant recall. Captured by these whimsical letter images, chil­dren have begged to do them again and again. Parents/teachers like the letters, which are nearly full letter-size on some pages.

48 pages, 8 1/2 x 11” softcover. This is a good supplement to the 180-page Fast Phonics book—or a good precursor to that. This is what the Letter Cartoons book contains:

1. Why they work—and how to use them [this is the basic overview and user instructions; 2 pages]

2. a-z letter cartoons (each on its own page)

3. Plain letter charts for testing your young child’s phonetic sound recognition

4. Tracing charts (these have starting dots and arrows) for teaching a child how to trace a letter

5. Two pages of first words

6. Two pages of 2-letter words


What is the difference between the two Fast Phonics books?

This preschool book only teaches the beginning phonetic sounds, and your child will only be able to read two-letter words after that. The other day we saw a young child flipping through the pages of this book (he took this on himself, of his own accord; he chose it instead of the scores of children’s books around him), reading and saying the letters—which are full size in this book (they are 6 to a page in the full book).

The full Fast Phonics book, on the other hand, teaches all of the skills necessary for reading. Some parents buy BOTH—because the cartoon letters are jumbo size in the little preschool book and are much more FUN to encounter for the first time—but it is not NECESSARY to begin that way. The same cartoon letters are in the bigger book—just far smaller than in the preschool book.

Price: $15.00

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Cathy Y
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Submitted on April 27, 2017 at 11:42 am
This book is amazing - my grandson absolutely loves the pictures and how easy it is to pick up the words using the sounds and words - it is a fun learning experience! Thank you again Homeschool How To's for your excellent hard work in producing these helpful teaching tools!
Vbergsma
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Submitted on August 7, 2016 at 5:20 pm
A simple and effective method for teaching phonics. My son improved his reading skills in just weeks!
Vbergsma
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Submitted on August 7, 2016 at 5:19 pm
What a great and simple way to get your kids on track! This system takes the nagging and reminding and puts it right into the hands of your child.

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