Shelsi Posted July 30, 2012 Share Posted July 30, 2012 I know, I know, the WRTR purists are going to cringe! That being said I think I'm going to combine WRTR with LOE this year for my kindergartner. I didn't see the point in spending all the money on LOE just to have to tailor it way down for my 5 yr old. However I like the added phonograms of LOE (LOE has 74, WRTR has 70) particularly that "y" does make a long e sound sometimes. LOE also has a cursive handwriting program with all the letters starting on the baseline & I've heard great things about LOE's phonogram game book. So my plan is to use WRTR concepts in how I present the material (and using the Ayres list) but use LOE phonogram cards, games, and handwriting instruction. Does this sound crazy? It's making total sense in my mind but I think I need someone to tell me if I'm nuts or not. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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