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Max

The Fab Cab

The Lab Ran

The Van

The Pad

A Cap

Zac's Van

Pals

Level 1 Complete Set, Readers and Workbooks

Level 1 Readers Set

Level 1 - Unit 1 : Short a

Level 1 - Unit 2: Short i

Level 1 - Unit 3: Short o

Level 1 - Unit 4: Short u

Level 1 - Unit 5: Short e

Level 1 Workbooks

Let's Write

Zac Stuffed Animal

Level 2 Complete Set, Readers and Workbooks

Level 2 Readers Set

Level 2 – Unit 1: -ck

Level 2 – Unit 2: -zz, -ll, -ff, -ss

Level 2 – Unit 3: th

Level 2 – Unit 4: ch and wh

Level 2 – Unit 5: sh

Level 2 Workbooks

Level 3 Complete Set, Readers and Workbooks

Level 3 Readers Set

Level 3 - Unit 1: -ing and -ink

Level 3 - Unit 2: -ang, -ank

Level 3 - Unit 3: l-blends, -ed suffix

Level 3 - Unit 4: r-blends; -ed, -s, -es, -ing suffixes

Level 3 - Unit 5: mixed s-blends, tw; -ed, -s, -es, -ing suffixes

Level 3 Workbooks

And What About Level 4 and 5?

Thank you so much for your enthusiasm on these levels. We are working on them, we promise!

Level 4

Late 2022 thru 2023

Level 4 Chapter Books are set to release one at time starting in Winter 2022.

Level 5

Late 2023

Systematic phonics instruction makes a more significant contribution to children’s growth in reading than do alternative programs providing unsystematic or no phonics instruction.

National Reading Panel

Whole Phonics in Action

The Whole Phonics™ program consists of five levels. The first three levels each contain fifteen decodable readers dedicated to a specific phonetic element and new sight word(s). Every new reader builds on the sounds presented in the prior readers. Workbook pages, games and supplemental activities accompany each reader. The final two levels of Whole Phonics™, organized into chapter books with similar supporting materials, will be ready at the end of 2022 through 2023.








Kids struggle to read when schools leave phonics out.

Emily Hanford

Why Phonics?

There is a nearly 90% probability that a child will remain a poor reader at the end of fourth grade if he/she is a poor reader at the end of first grade.
Dr. Ernest L. Boyer

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