Free Phonics Books for Parents and Reading Teachers
by Stephen Parker
FREE PDF FOR PARENTS, FOR SLPS, AND FOR VOLUNTEERS EVERYWHERE
(New Second Edition) Foreword by Dr. Pamela Snow. The only resource you need to teach your struggling child how to read. The method used is Synthetic Phonics. Written specifically for parents of "reading disabled" or dyslexic children, it can easily be used by Speech Language Pathologists as well. With minor adaptations, this book can be used by volunteers everywhere to teach reading to older children, teens, and adults.
FREE PDF FOR PARENTS OF PRESCHOOLERS AND FOR HOMESCHOOLERS
(New Second Edition) Foreword by Sir Jim Rose. The only resource you'll need to teach your preschooler how to read. The method used is Synthetic Phonics. Unknown words are "sounded out" (decoded) based on their spellings. "Sight words" and guessing strategies are not used. Make reading logical for your child. Suitable for teaching children aged 3-10.
FREE PDF FOR READING TEACHERS, TEACHERS-IN-TRAINING, AND INTERESTED PARENTS
(New Second Edition) Foreword by Dr. Pamela Snow. A stand-alone resource for teaching your children to read using Synthetic Phonics. Includes the entire Alphabetic Code, a Glossary for Teachers, the Simple View of Reading, a History of Reading Instruction, and a Critique of Balanced Literacy. Hundreds of suggestions for presenting the code to your students.