Updating Spelling Rule 7: Where I and Y may say long /e/
- Created: Thursday, 01 February 2018 10:11
- Written by Liz Winter
Like many other systematic phonics programs, Logic of English originally taught four sounds of the phonogram OU. Now we teach five.
In this issue: Essentials 16-30 files head to the printer! Learn about pre-orders, the timeline for printed products, and why Volume 2 is splitting into two separate books
This Saturday, October 28, is National Chocolate Day!
In honor of this sweet occasion, we would like to share a special treat with you: a free PDF copy of Lesson 17: The Story of Chocolate from The Essentials Reader.
In this issue: Introducing Miles and Jax. Knitting Knights receives a Moonbeam Book Award. Essentials Volume 2 progress update. Celebrating one year in our new warehouse and office!
Here is a question we hear sometimes from those switching to LOE with first or second graders, or starting out with a young child who has already begun to read.
If a child is 7 or younger, you recommend starting at Foundations. With a child who is already reading, how does that work? Where do we start? Will it be too easy?
I think Foundations B may be the right starting point for my student. What materials do I need? Is there anything we'll need to go over before starting B?
These progress monitoring checklists, for the review assessments in LOE Foundations and Essentials lessons, are designed to help you keep track of which skills students in your class have mastered and which ones are still developing — as well as which skills need to be mastered before you move on.