It’s a complex language with exceptions to just about every rule.
So how can we simplify it for our kids?
Teaching the rules along with some sight words that don’t follow these rules will provide your children with most everything they need to be good readers.
Teaching all the rules can be overkill, but there are some basics that make learning how to read much easier. Don’t worry too much if there are exceptions to the rule; you can explain them when you get to them. We all remember various rules we learned as kids like:
We love programs like All About Spelling because it helps children learn to read and spell without getting mired down with rules that only work some of the time. For instance, it shows kids that there are many reasons for the silent e at the end of the word, not just for creating the long vowel sound.
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