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K-3 spelling book is Read Instantly. K-3 kids spell short vowels, double letters, silent letters, consonant blends, long vowels, vowels combinations, vowels rules, words endings, and more! Guaranteed!

Comprehensive K-3 Spelling Book or E-Book

K-3 Book to Learn to Spell How to Teach Spelling to Kids

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Chapters 1 and 2 for kindergartners: Read Instantly is a book that contains 10 chapters. Pupils in kindergarten may begin with Chapter 1 to learn to read the short vowels in 180 carefully selected one-syllable words like man, fan, tan, etc. Toward the end of the year, kindergartners may continue to learn from Chapter 2. From Chapter 2, they learn double letters, silent letters, consonant blends, and will have an intro to the long vowels and vowels rules as in main, mate in 156 carefully selected words. 

Continue to teach from the same book in grades k-3: First graders may continue to learn from Chapters 3 and 4. Second graders may continue to learn from Chapters 5, 6, and 7. Third graders may continue to learn from Chapters 8, 9, and 10. Download a sample lessons from Chapter 2 →Free Long Vowels Lessons

Guaranteed Learning: K-3 pupils are guaranteed to learn to read and spell 20 words an hour from this K-3 spelling book; they learn phonics and the spelling of over 1,400 basic but essential and carefully selected words.

Vowels, Phonics, Spelling, and Dyslexia

Teach the Vowels before the ABC’s: If your children do not yet know the ABC’s, begin by teaching them the five vowels first before teaching the rest of the ABC’s. The reason is that throwing 26 letters at little kids to learn all at once can be overwhelming and may slow down their learning process. Also, every word contains a vowel or a vowel sound and kids can stick any letter to a vowel and make a word out of it. For instance, if they know the “e” they can easily say and read, “we.”

Teach Phonics Right after the ABC’s: Read Instantly is a book to teach phonics for reading and spelling. It is also a book to educate teachers and parents about how and when to teach phonics. Teach phonics in words right after teaching the ABC’s and right before asking kids to read any sentences. Stick with reading words and avoid reading sentences until you finish teaching from Read Instantly

How to teach Spelling: In this k-3 phonics book, over 180 spelling patterns of the 90 sounds that we call phonics are placed in a queue and then introduced logically, one-at-a-time, and in a group of 20 to 50 words. Every one of the 200 lessons in this book is carefully planned and no words are thrown randomly at kids to read and spell. Simply follow the order of the lessons presented in this K-3 spelling book. K-3 children will then read aloud and learn the spelling of 1,400 carefully selected words that will fortify them for the future.

Groundbreaking Discoveries: There are over 100 newly discovered rules that govern the reading and spelling of phonics in words. The rules are applied in 600 easy class-tested phonics-based reading and spelling lessons. Moreover, dyslexia can be prevented. Dyslexia is given to kids before the 4th grade and early prevention of dyslexia is now possible. Read Instantly prevents dyslexia. Understanding how dyslexia is given to kids is the key to preventing it. Find out →How Dyslexia is given to Kids.

Logical Learners Need this Logical K-3 Spelling Book

Logical Learning Style: The learning style of the vast majority of kids is a logical learning style. They need simple logical explanations or spelling rules applied in phonics reading and spelling lessons before they can memorize the spelling of English words. Read Instantly is that logical K-3 spelling book that logical kids need to learn.

Prevent Poor Spelling and Dyslexia among Logical Learners: If no logical explanations or spelling rules are provided, logical learners become poor spellers in English or they may not read at all. Soon after that, they fall behind in class, and then parents are told that their kids have dyslexia in reading or in spelling or in both. There are signs to tell if your child is a logical learner or a memorizer. Kids with a logical learning style are the ones that can have dyslexia. To find out if a child is or will have a logical learning style, see →Test for Dyslexia Online.

Why Parents Must Get Involved

Parents can easily teach their children to read before sending them to schools, and teachers will then teach other subjects instead. Parents must get involved, because teaching phonics in thousands of words is a process that requires much more time than simply teaching the ABC’s. Obviously, our schools have not been able to do it alone; otherwise, we would not have had such high illiteracy rate. No teacher has the time needed to teach your child to read or spell 90 sounds we call phonics spelled in 180 ways we call spelling patterns in thousands of words. Teachers may recommend this K-3 spelling book to parents, and most parents will be more than happy to get involved.

10 Phonics and Spelling Books or E-books

K-3 Books for Spelling

1. Read Instantly (200 Logical Phonics Lessons) Amazon $52 — or — Our Price $45 — or — Special Offer

2. Learn to Spell 500 Words a Day (6 volumes) Amazon $52 each or — Our Price $45 each — or — Special Offer

3. 100 Spelling Rules (Exclusive Rules) Amazon $98 — or — Our Price $78 — or Special Offer

4The Compound Words (7,000 Words) Amazon $52 or — Our Price $45 — or — Special Offer

5. How to Teach Phonics – Teachers’ Guide Amazon $27 — or — Our Price $20or — Special Offer

All 10 books Amazon $541 — or — Our Price $312

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10 e-books are available for all e-readers and free apps, see →Kindle Store

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