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Foundations B Teacher's Manual - damaged

Publisher: Logic of English

Item #: N999btm

Class: Hardcover

$56.95$20.00

Quantity: 1 - Spine cracked - totally useable book.*

This pick-up-and-teach manual provides everything you need to introduce students ages 4-7 to reading and writing!

Foundations B Teacher's Manual

-Carefully designed lessons that help you explain concepts like syllables, schwa, and silent final E's while learning alongside your students
-Uppercase handwriting instruction for both manuscript and cursive included
-Instructions for 39 phonogram games
-Engaging fluency games that get kids up and moving
-Guided assessments
-Materials lists
-Teacher tips that help you to answer student questions
-Spelling Analysis lists with guides for marking words and sample scripting
-Clearly laid out objectives
-Easy to teach! No training required!

More about Foundations B

-Learn to write the uppercase letters in cursive or manuscript
-Match uppercase and lowercase letters
-21 new multi-letter phonograms
-8 spelling rules
-Learn about schwa and why it happens so often in English
-296 new high-frequency words and the tools for reading and spelling thousands of additional words
-2 reasons for a silent final E
-Read one-syllable words with a long vowel sound
-Identify the medial vowel in a word
-Read and comprehend simple sentences
-Fun and engaging games

Recommended for:

-Ages 4 to 7
-Any student age 7 or under who has completed Foundations A or who has strong phonemic awareness skills, knows all the sounds of A-Z, and can write the lowercase letters
-As a phonics, reading, spelling, vocabulary, and grammar curriculum for Grades K-2
-As a complete language arts curriculum for Grades K-2
-Beginning readers
-Young struggling readers
-Students with dyslexia
-Early readers ready to learn why English words are spelled the way they are

Prerequisites for Level B:

-Foundations A or
-Students age 4-7 who know how to:
-blend separate sounds into words auditorily
segment words into their individual sounds auditorily
-identify all the sounds of A-Z
-sound out unfamiliar CVC and consonant-blend words
-write the lowercase letters comfortably from muscle memory