zarabellesmom Posted October 25, 2012 Share Posted October 25, 2012 Here's my situation... My four year old has suddenly decided to take off on this reading adventure. This is my child who wasn't even interested in the alphabet and couldn't name a letter or its sound six months ago. Now she knows all the sounds, all the letter names, identifies all the letters and is sounding out CVC words with no problem. ??? We have AAR pre-reading and tried using it, she was mostly interested in coloring the letter worksheets but this past week we pulled out Ziggy (we call him Zala and made her a girl) and did all the activities. She can clap syllables better than her seven year old sister and had no problem zipping right through ALL of the activities in the book. We've been reading some of the alphabet books on the progressive phonics website, but I was trying to decide if I wanted something more (I think I do) and if I do, what it should be... I have a seven year old and I'm getting ready to order AAS 3. We already have all of the materials for AAS 1 and 2. I really like the look of AAR 1, but it's another $99.......... Add that to the money I'm already going to spend on AAS 3 and I'm crying over the shopping cart. So has anyone made AAS 1 work, with other resources, as an aid to teaching reading? Help me out here, I'm on a budget. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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