Topic: phonics
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May 19th, 2007, 09:41 PM
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I'm using the Ordinary Parents Guide this fall with my 4 yo. I like the simplicity a lot. There are also books out there that help with tactile alphabet activities, as well, because I think the OPG is a little scant on that. I like the Well Trained Mind books, and OPG is one of them, so that's why I'm using it. The style of teaching/learning appeals to me. And my son is very auditory/tactile, so I don't think workbooks would be the best idea. Plus the OPG is VERY affordable, which is a big, BIG bonus.
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