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It is excellent for teaching the phonograms, but you need to actually practice reading.


I think it would be very doable to use HP (using the word lists in HP for spelling/handwriting practice) and library easy readers.


This will vary by child too.

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Yes. We're using it as our only phonics program and it's working very well. Having said that, we did start midstream. Younger DD learned her sounds using Letter Factory and learned to read CVC words using Bob Books.


It's not highly structured (parent / child sets the pace) and there aren't scripted lessons. So, that might be a "con" for some families. But it's not a big deal to me. Overall, we really like the program.

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