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LESSONS 1 AND 2 WORKSHEETS AND RHYMES

To print the worksheets please click on the blue heading, below. It will trigger a link before you know. Click on the link to see the worksheets. Next, please print them out, perhaps on repeats. The more learners practice, the more learners learn. It’s the only way, they will literacy skills earn. WORKSHEETS LESSONS 1 […]

LESSONS 3 AND 4 WORKSHEETS AND RHYMES

To print the worksheets please click on the heading, below. It will trigger a link before you know. Click on the link and you’ll the Worksheets see. Next print them for the students literate to be. WORKSHEETS LESSONS 3 AND 4  

Here are 3 reasons (and just a few), why George Canine is a reading breakthrough

George Canine makes learning fun, that’s why it’s so easily done. While providing best practice teaching methods, the app, George Canine, Learn to Read & Write on Time, ensures that learning to read is an enjoyable and motivating experience. The enjoment and motivation arise from the fact that content is delivered within an endearing, highly relatable […]

Here are more reasons, 3 to be exact, why George Canine’s the best Literacy app

1. Segmentation and blending Uniquely, in the very first lesson George gets children to read and spell with success. He does this by demonstrating how the discrete phonemes (discrete sounds) in spoken words  can be segmented and mapped onto letters, to spell and write words. Similarly, he shows students how the letters in written words […]

Another three explanations for you to read, so you’ll understand why this app you’ll need.

George Canine is a teaching ace because he teaches at the correct pace Another important feature of the app is that George Canine presents the information at a suitable pace for young students; that is, much slower than the delivery pace in other literacy apps. This is important because there is strong evidence to suggest […]

Fun and games makes repetition easy, so learning feels relatively breezy

George knows the more you practice the better you get, so he provides lots of it, you bet. Aside from normal maturation, a child’s processing speed for a specific task increases when he/she practices a skill to the point where learning takes place. So, processing speed increases with general development and, processing speed in a […]