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Sounding out words is one of the techniques of many programs that teach beginning readers to read. You probably know this process, where children determine each sound in a word, one at a time, then combine them together slowly, then quickly.

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Reading instruction changes focus through the years, always attempting to find the “best” way to teach children to read, and currently, that revolves around memorizing phonics rules. Are these rules necessary to becoming a competent reader? Here is why memorizing phonics rules is a waste of your child’s time.

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If you’re a parent of a struggling learner, you know how easy it is to fall into despair. Parents question every decision and wonder why nothing seems to be helping their struggling child. The clinical work of Dr. Karen Holinga has shown success in advancing students to their grade level in under a year. Here is how.

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I regularly see questions from women who wonder about their elementary age children. “How do I motivate a reluctant learner? He’s six (or seven, or eight), and not reading yet, and has a hard time writing. He doesn’t want to focus. He doesn’t want to apply himself. He just wants to play. When pushed, he can do it, but it’s a battle.”

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