MCP Phonics Level B Pupil Edition 4-C 2003c Paperback – Jul 1 2002
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This book goes further than more sounds than taught in Level A including:
- hard and soft consonants (such as g,c)
- r-controlled vowels
- more variety of diagraphs
- vowel pairs
- vowel diagraphs like 'oo', 'au', 'aw'
- dipthongs like 'ou','ow', 'oy', and 'ew'
- synonyms, anonyms
There is much more WRITING than Level A and the lessons have lots of variety including unscrambling words, crossword puzzles, word ladders, selecting the right word from a word box to fill in the blank, circling the right word, and reading stories with fill-in-the-blank comprehension.
The word ladders are a bit too challenging for my daughter. We skip those and are using Daily Word Ladders: Grades 1-2: 150+ Reproducible Word Study Lessons That Help Kids Boost Reading, Vocabulary, Spelling and Phonics Skills! For comparison, MCP Level B gives 4 word ladders per page with only the first and last word of each ladder. The children just have to figure out how to get to the last word of each ladder on their own. Daily Word Ladders gives one ladder per page, the beginning word, and clues (definition + which letter to change) to help the child figure out the next word. Once she can do the word ladders without clues, we'll do the ones in this book.
If you wanted to make the word ladders easier, you could also give your children a word bank :)
This series is great. I have used them as a Montessori teacher and also as a suppliment to a son with Dyslexia. I liked the easy progression and colorful interesting pages. We look forward to working through the next level. Once my son mastered reading this was an excellent choice for mastering writing.