Reading Help

As a tutor I am often given the children who are struggling with their ability to read even though they have learned all their phonic  sounds. There can be several causes for the child’s struggle.

However most of the time, I find the cause to be that they are enunciating the phonic sounds incorrectly causing them to have difficulty blending the sounds to form words. The following video explains:

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About Roma Cox

Education has always been my passion, and I am blessed beyond measure to be allowed to serve in this way. We offer many educational products and school supplies, information, workshops, news letters, tutoring services, volunteer work, and free consultations. Roma can be reached at (904)317-5330 from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. EST-U.S.
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5 Responses to Reading Help

  1. romacox says:

    This link allows one to hear all the phonic sounds (also free)

  2. Excellent blog post, I look forward to reading much more.

  3. Christie says:

    So glad I found your site. Mahalo!

  4. Susan Evans says:

    The distinction between “d” and “da” makes such a big difference when learning to read. Your short video has empowered parents to be able to facilitate the reading process with their children. That was helpful.

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