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Preschool readiness skills (birth to age 5) and the common developmental concerns of young children.

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Postby egidio » Sun Sep 29, 2013 6:59 pm

Hello everybody!!! How you doing?? I'm new here =)
I'm writing to you all to ask you if any of you have ever tried the services proposed here, such as long e activities etc...

what do you think??? if you take a look at the right, they have a very complete spectrum of programs, like "the whole learning package"...


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Postby Pathfinders » Sun Oct 06, 2013 12:36 pm

Hi Egidio!

I have not used it personally, but I did check it out and from the samples I can view my opinion is that you can find the same or better for free elsewhere.

If I were to purchase something, the book "The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading" by Jessie Wise and Sara Buffington is a product I've used and loved for phonics.

It is very thorough, well thought out, and easy to follow. And, while it is a guide for the parents and doesn't have colorful worksheets, you can easily supplement the lessons with free pintables from the internet to add interest.

Happy learning!
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