Guide for Teachers, Parents, Students

Subject : Introduction to Reading

  1. Saying vowels and consonants well;

  2. Blending sounds to form words;

  3. Reading digraphs and blends;

  4. Enjoying rhymes and short story.

For: Grades 2 and 3 and for children in the upper grades who need help in becoming Independent Readers.


  1. Say the vowel and consonant sounds;

  2. Blend the sounds to read words;

  3. Say digraphs and blend them with vowels and consonants to form words;

  4. Comprehend the meaning of simple words;

  5. Follow instructions;

  6. Enjoy reading simple rhyme and stories;

  7. Develop higher order thinking skills.

Period for learning:

  • 45 minutes per day for a total of 10 days or more;

  • Can be reviewed repeatedly.


Children will be able to do independent word attack (i.e. read words by himself/herself) using phonemic awareness (saying and blending sounds correctly.)

S1, L4, Exercise 1: ABC Song - ABC Songs for Children - Nursery Rhymes for Kids - Kids Songs The Learning Station.mp4
S1, L4, Exercise 2: I Love You Through And Through. Childrens story read aloud.mp4
S1, L4, Exercise 3: work exercises I love you through and through
S1, L4, Exercise 4: additional exercises on I love you through and through
S2, L5, Exercise 1: Peter Piper Song Tongue Twisters for Kids Nursery Rhymes For Kids.mp4
S2, L5, Exercise 2: blending-long vowels
S2, L5, Exercise 3: short and long vowels
S2, L6, Exercise 3: fly and a flea
S2, L6, Exercise 4: Digraphs Phonics Song for Children Phonemic Awareness Jack Hartmann.mp4
Lesson 7_Full Comp All Things Bright and Beautiful with Music.mp4