1) Sight and Sound Reading can help a struggling reader. Refer them to the site for extra practice.
2) Our sight word books are a great lesson plan. They keep an entire classroom of children busy, happy and learning.
3) Watch our phonics videos for fun lesson plan ideas.
5) Use the Sight and Sound Reading alphabet in your classroom to teach confusing fonts, upper and lower case letters, and the vowels and consonants.
6) Use the Teacher’s Manual and worksheets to reinforce reading. This manual has 120 lesson plans that take 15 minutes/day in your classroom for reinforcing reading skills. These lesson plans help build confidence so that the readers learn what the CAN do, not being discouraged what they CANNOT do.
7) Watch Mrs. Karle’s videos in class on a whiteboard to start your day with reading success. Have the students circle the (free) practice worksheets to reinforce learning and build confidence. Students take worksheets home to share success with their family.
Read reviews from both parents and teachers who have used the program to learn more how Sight and Sound Reading can help your unique needs.