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What next after Essentials?

Most teachers and students are excited by the information they have learned in Essentials and are eager to continue to reinforce the concepts as well as to dig deeper. As a result, a common question we receive is "Where do you go once you finish Essentials?"

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January 2014 Newsletter

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December 2013 Newsletter

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B and D confusion: tips for learning phonograms

Today an LOE teacher shared the following difficulty her student is facing: 

"My kindergartener is really struggling with differentiating the 'b' and the "d." We have tried the whole "bed" trick, but she doesn't seem to get it. At this point, she just guesses until she gets the right answer. Do you have any tips or activities that I can try to help her grasp this?" 

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October 2013 Newsletter

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September 2013 Newsletter

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July 2013 Newsletter

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April 2013 Newsletter

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Foundations B Is Here!

Foundations Level B has arrived and is being shipped now.

Advanced Phonograms

The seventy-four basic phonograms are commonly found in English. They are encountered frequently during reading and spelling either because they are used to spell a large number of English words or because they are used in high frequency words. In contrast an advanced phonogram is not commonly used in the language. For example: the phonogram PN is found in Greek-based words such as pneumonia and pnuematic. Since these phonograms are used in advanced vocabulary or infrequently, in Logic of English curriculum they have been termed Advanced and are therefore categorized for learning at a later stage.

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