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SOW phonics/reading lesson explained …

SOW Reading lesson…

Note: Because the Merrill Linguistic Readers (MLR) & skill texts (MLS) will introduce blending consonants and vowels, the student should have finished SOW Lesson Consonants and already know all consonant & short letter names and sounds, write and put alphabets in alphabetical order, and write & match upper case and lower case […]

Reading Resources not recommended…

As an elementary and special education graduate and teacher in the public schools, there are so many phonics or reading programs I would not use to teach children how to read!

Why I would not recommend certain resources to teach your children how to read? It’s…

-lacking one or more basic foundations of reading methods…reading […]

Why will our children hate SOWing!

I get some emails/calls concerned that their children/teens do not like to SOW!

Many of these parents give up, discouraged, frustrated, don’t do it, change curriculum, etc. because their child or teen grumbles and complains and cries out…I hate doing this!

I ask the parents…Do they like to brush their teeth, clean their room, practice […]

Good Bible Resources to use with SOW…

SOW is unique! The main goal for education is to know God. This is accomplished by the student learning how to inductively study (drawing out the truth by answering who, what, when, where, how, why question, researching sources, and communicating and applying wisdom.) every subject. Because God is the Creator of all living and nonliving […]

Students…Instructional or Independent???

Instructional or Independent student???

There are 2 kinds of students recognized by SOW…instructional and independent. For your convenience, we have labeled students k-5th as instructional and 6th-12th as independent students. But these labels may vary depending on God given abilities. So in fact, an 18 year old could still be instructional level and a 7 […]