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Phonics Museum Kindergarten Kit 2nd Ed


Why such a big phonics program? You can get a simple book for much less. But learning to read and enjoying the process is the most foundational principle to all of learning. Setting the stage for children to love reading and be good readers is arguably the most important place to invest time and money in their education.

The Phonics Museum is an award-winning program that will have your child reading simple books in a few short weeks, building their interest and confidence. It will then take them on a journey through learning that will establish a love of reading. Join Percival, the boy knight, as he leads children through an art museum, learning letters and sounds along the way.

Your children will want to keep learning as they set out on this adventure. Using classical, time-proven methods, children learn to love reading. An easy-to-follow scripted teacher's manual gives you everything you need to teach with confidence. Also included are alphabet flashcards using fine art, games, music, worksheets, great stories, art projects, and much more—all to teach using a comprehensive multi-sensory approach. The Phonics Museum goes beyond simply teaching letter sounds and reading skills. This powerful program will inspire your child with a life-long love for learning! The Kindergarten Kit includes everything you need for one student for Kindergarten. For additional students, add the Individual Student Kit for Kindergarten. Call for special pricing on classroom kits for schools.

  1. First time using this and LOVE it!
    This curriculum is a must have. I'm a veteran home school mom and have tried many of the top phonics programs out there. This one, hands down, is the most interesting and fastest way to get your child to read. My daughter was 5 when we started and only 6 months later before her 6th birthday she has already read 3 of the primer books with very little help. Colorful pages, craft projects, beautiful displays of art make this program intriguing to the young mind. My only wish is that they would make an app for Android!

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