Foundations D Teacher's Manual
Teach, improve and refine phonics, spelling, vocabulary and comprehension skills with the Foundations D Teacher’s Manual!
This detailed guide is for experienced teachers and new homeschool parents alike. It contains step-by-step instructions for group or one-on-one settings and teacher’s tips. It also includes 40 scripted lessons and dozens of games that strengthen the skills students acquired in levels A, B and C while teaching:
- 8 advanced phonograms
- Suffixing rules
- Critical thinking skills
- RI and RL standards
- Beginning composition
Lessons need no prior preparation or planning! Every lesson is simple to teach, fun to learn and easy to follow!
To further simplify your planning and reinforce your teaching, add the Foundations D Online Supplement! Use the Planning Guides for a seamless transition between your teacher’s manual and the online instructional videos, games and activities!
*Foundations is a complete phonics, reading, spelling, handwriting, vocabulary, composition and grammar curriculum for ages 4-7.
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2nd Edition (2018)
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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!