Your child still can't read? This is it.
You don't need to know everything.
This Guide will walk you through it easily.
Hanson Reading gives you the WHAT and WHEN of HOW to read.
(It's all organized, and comes with audio guides.)
The Hanson Reading Phonics Chart System has been designed to move from one Chart to the next as quickly as possible without rushing the child. That means lots of practice. If you dibble dabble and don’t help your child master each Chart quickly, to your child, the next Chart may be just an idea of torture without reward, and your child will want to quit. Learning to read is too important to quit.
Hanson Reading BEGINNER HOW TO READ GUIDE 1 Pre-Reading Skill: Learning the Letter Name [My Page Your Page format]
HANSON READING has a sequence of skills for learning each Chart and a mastery requirement, but when a child finds it very difficult to learn Chart 1, letter NAMES, we don’t require mastery before moving on to Chart 2.
Children learn more efficiently when terms referring to letters are used consistently. Learning the difference between the NAMES of letters and the SOUNDS that letters make is one of the biggest areas of confusion for beginning readers.
New readers need to have the knowledge they have acquired, regrouped (categorized) more precisely to reduce confusion and to level the road to success as they begin to learn how to read. Success motivates more willingness to take the next step especially when working with their own parent.
HOW TO READ Guide 1 highlights important aspects of teaching your own child to read. The tips Lynne Hanson covers include:
GIVE A SALES PITCH
TELL THE GOAL
SET A CONSISTENT TIME
SET SOME LESSON EXPECTATIONS
GIVE POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT WITH CONCRETE ITEMS
SET LESSON GOALS, SO YOUR CHILD OVERACHIEVES
KEEP YOUR WORD
Consonant SOUNDS- Did you know if your child should learn these sounds BEFORE starting to read?
This book has a very cute, fast way to teach your child the consonant SOUNDS so they can start to read.
(Just thought you'd like to know.)
(Just thought you'd like to know.)
Hanson Reading BEGINNER HOW TO READ GUIDE 1 Pre-Reading Skill: Learning the Letter Name [My Page, Your Page format]
Learn the consonant SOUNDS quickly with the fun IMAGINARY PICTURES. This is the second step in a series of skills to move a non-reader to a reader. How to read Guide 2 is the quickest way to learn all the consonant sounds using stories that teach the child the shape of the letter and giving them a mental reference to que what sound that shape makes. Hanson Readers are quicker to read because they learn the consonant sounds before starting learning to read.
BONUS- This book comes with a video guide to learn all the consonant sounds using IMAGINARY PICTURES stories.
Using imaginary pictures simultaneously teaches the child how to print the consonant sounds.
AUDIO INCLUDED-The audio guide walks you through step by step. Lynne Hanson narrates using the Beginner How to Read Guide 2.
1 song can unlock 100's of words, today!
It's the vowels that make reading tricky, but if your child sings the CODE song, they will be able to read (not just guess at, but actually read) 100's or words and books from the Hanson Reading Library.
It's READING TIME! Hanson Reading Beginner How to Read Guide 3 Learning the CODE to read Long and Short Vowels has a song to de-code vowel sounds. When children learn the skills on this chart 100's of words will be unlocked for them. Confidence comes from success and learning the Hanson CODE song is the key.
The Hanson Reading Your Page My Page format walks you and your child through the process of learning and teaching how to read.
The Hanson CODE is a musical dialog when applied to the 1st vowel, makes it say its SOUND in long or short-vowel words. The CODE has two parts, Part A, the long vowel part, and Part B, the short-vowel part. Both parts of the CODE need to be memorized so it is automatic, but the first focus will be the CODE, Part A.) (Parents, The audio of Chart 3 “Learning the CODE Song” can be found on www. hansonreading.com. This musical version makes the CODE easier to learn, retain and hear how the vowels are pronounced.)
This is Chart 3. When you learn this Chart, you will be ready to read. The first step of learning Chart 3 is to memorize the vowels. Look at the top of Chart 3. You will see the Tricky Vowel Letters in a box. Each vowel letter has a circle around it, so we will notice it. Vowels love to trick children and don’t want you to know their sounds, but first you have to be sure you know the names of the vowels. Then you have to be a detective and look for them in words so they won’t trick you. So, let’s start by saying the names of the vowels (in order) together 5 times, and see if you can remember them. Now turn away from Chart 3 and see how many you remember.
Audio Included: Chart 3 The Code, Long and Short Vowels