Letters That Are Vowels And The Problems They Cause
English has five letters that are vowels and sometimes a sixth y. But it has 13 vowel sounds: long and short a, e, i, o, u and ou, oy, ow. Unfortunately, every word has a vowel so the odds of getting a 1 vowel word correct is 5 out of 13. By three vowels it is down to 1 in 20. This is a setup for failure.
Catching Up: Becoming a grade level reader
Only One In Three Are A Grade Level Reader If your child isn't a grade level reader by the end of third grade he or she has only a one in four chance of ever making it. However, not if he starts using Rocket Phonics. These preschoolers are getting ahead of the game...
The #1 Most Fatal Flaw In The Teaching of Reading
The Teaching of Reading The #1 Most Fatal Flaw In the teaching of reading is letting 1 letter stand for multiple sounds. This flaw fails 25 million students every year. It worsens the dyslexia of the 10 million other children that are dyslexic. The little girl...