Foundations C Teacher's Manual PDF
Access the Foundations C instructions and lesson plans from any electronic device with the Foundations C Teacher’s Manual PDF!
From scripted lessons to assessments to interactive games and practice, you will find instructional tools need to teach your students:
- 28 multi-letter phonograms
- 15 eye-opening spelling rules
- 300+ high-frequency words
- Beginning composition skills
- Common affixes
Unlike Foundations A and B, Foundations C is NOT a starting point for the Foundations curriculum. Take our placement test to determine if your students should start in Foundations A or Foundations B.
For even more flexibility, consider adding the Foundations C Online Supplement. Full of instructional videos, activities and games, this add-on reinforces concepts and enhances the learning experience. Learn how and when to incorporate this resource with the corresponding Planning Guide.
*Foundations C Teacher’s Manual comes in a PDF format: for tablet and print.
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3rd Edition (2019)
Mom, you know what I just realized? Reading doesn’t make me cry anymore!!” 16 months ago, we began Foundations A. She had just been diagnosed with dyslexia and I was so unsure of how to teach her well. Today, she finished Foundations C and she continues to gain confidence with each day! Thankful for Logic of English!! Foundations has been life-changing for my daughter and for me!
As a former Kindergarten teacher I have taught a lot of kids to read - LOE Foundations stands out as the best program I’ve used. I love the kinesthetic learning built into lessons, and that the lessons build on themselves. We’ve taken our time through Foundations A-C and I’ve seen my early reader blossom this way. If I ever had to teach in a classroom again, I’d advocated for LOE foundations to be the reading curriculum.
Amalia started with learning her basic phonograms in Foundations A in kindergarten and is now halfway through Foundations C at the start of first grade. Her progress has been so steady and stress-free. She absolutely loves to play the games and wants to read to me every chance she can get!