Who is it for?
- Pre-K & Preschool
- Kindergarteners (5 to 6-year-olds)
- Ages 4-7
- Beginning readers
- Young gifted learners
- Students with special needs or learning disabilities
- Speech therapy as well as reading
Letter Sounds DVD includes:
- The New Alphabet Song
- Learn the Sounds
- Letter Sounds Quiz
- Name That Letter!
- Reading Words
- Consonant Combinations
- Spell It!
- Swap the Sounds
- Common Sight Words
- Reading Sentences
PRE-LITERACY AND READING SKILLS
“I teach Kindergarten, and recently showed your Letter Sounds Video for the first time to my class. After the video was over, a student came up to me, rather excitedly, and told me that ‘that video gave me a new brain, and now I can read! My old brain didn't know how to read, but now I can!' Sure enough, he went home that night and read an entire story to his parents! He was so proud of himself, and we are so proud of him too. Keep up the good work!" – Cindy DeKeyrel, Skyline North School
"My daughter started using Letter Sounds at age 3 and within weeks she was reading. At age 4 she entered public kindergarten and was tested by her instructor. She tested at a second grade reading level, she was writing and spelling at a higher level, and she was invited to join the first graders during writing." – Rundal H.
“I took a copy of Letter Sounds to school, and the teacher raved about how her whole class of special needs kids finally understood what she meant when she said, "Watch my mouth!" I witnessed her class engaged and participating in the Name That Letter game! It was really a sight!” – Veronica T.
"We have a lot of customers with language/hearing impaired children. Several parents said Letter Sounds helped immensely. The teachers were amazed at the progress." – Beth, Toys that Teach, Florida
“My son, considered moderate to severely autistic, has worried us because he hardly ever said anything other than 'eeeeee' until now. Since I started playing the Letter Sounds video he has begun to amaze us. He now goes around the house and every time he sees a letter he starts making the sounds of that letter. It is the best teaching tool I have found."– Angie