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Read Across America — An Annual Call to Motivate Children to Read

What is Read Across America? Celebrated annually on March 2nd, Read Across America is a day for teachers and educators to celebrate the importance of reading. The National Education Association (NEA) started the Read Across America initiative in 1998 with the hope of motivating children to read. Since then, it has been the largest celebration […]

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Building a Solid Reading Foundation with Phonics

When choosing an early reading curriculum for school or home, it is important to understand the different methods of teaching reading and how they work together to create a solid reading foundation. Starting children off with phonics instruction provides one of the most important building blocks for reading development. Understanding the meaning of words and sentences […]

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Essential Reading Foundation: Starting Kids off with Phonics

The SuperBooks Program is successful for many reasons.  The most obvious is the phonics-based vocabulary that gives early readers (Or beginning readers)  a reading vocabulary they can depend on.  The words are phonetically regular–so they can be decoded or “sounded-out.”  Students being home-schooled or taught in a traditional classroom will benefit from SuperBooks.  The program […]

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The Benefits of Bilingual Students Using Phonics

The SuperBooks program is successful because research in phonics has been prevalent throughout the years. Students being homeschooled or taught in a traditional classroom can benefit from our books. Most importantly, they go beyond the traditional English speaker as well. SuperBooks also benefits bilingual students using phonics to help break down and understand words. For […]

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