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The focus at Grade One is on word families, digraphs, prefixes, suffixes, and fluency. The multi-sensory approach to learning is continued and students are encouraged to learn special tricks to improve fluency and ensure mastery of many more digraphs and trigraphs.
Covers all the major grapheme-phoneme correspondences starting with the s a t p i n teaching order. ¹
Blending from left to right all through the word starts after the first four lessons and continues throughout.
Decodable word, sentence and reading practice to go with each new sound and spelling taught.
Engaging stories and unique teaching strategies motivate children to read, write and spell confidently.
Assessment strand built in with basic progress checks and in-depth assessments to monitor your class.
Many key resources for teachers and children are available online to be accessed anywhere! ²
"Children who received the explicit instruction with...[Letterland] learned almost twice as many letter sounds."
— Roberts, 2021, p.7
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Here is a list of key resources that you will need to start teaching Letterland Grade One at school.
* One per student required.
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