In order to teach Level 3 to a single student, you will need these items:
All About Reading Level 3 Materials
All About Reading Level 3 Materials includes the Teacher’s Manual, one Student Packet (which contains the activity book, flashcards, and stickers), and two readers.
Reading Interactive Kit
The Reading Interactive Kit provides the multisensory components for the All About Reading program. This is a one-time purchase, and you will use the same kit for all four levels of All About Reading. It comes in two versions: Basic and Deluxe. Visit Reading Interactive Kits for complete information.
Letter Tiles App or Magnetic White Board
You can choose between our Letter Tiles app or physical letter tiles. Both are great options! Get complete information on our Letter Tiles app, or purchase a 2' x 3' magnetic white board to use with the physical letter tiles that come with your Reading Interactive Kit. (Magnetic white boards are available at stores such as Walmart and Staples.)
Teaching Multiple Students?
All About Reading makes it easy to teach multiple students! If you're teaching more than one child, you'll need to purchase a few individual products for each child.
Your student will learn exciting new concepts, including the jobs of Silent E, new phonograms, and methods for decoding multisyllable words – and continue to establish a firm foundation for a lifetime of learning. Every component of reading is taught: decoding (phonics and structural analysis), vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension. Below is a sampling in each area.
Learn phonograms AI, AY, OA, IR, UR, OO, EA, IGH, TCH, DGE, EW, WR, KN, EIGH, OE, and TI
Read words containing the new phonograms, such as paint, play, boat, third, purple, soon, mean, light, match, budge, flew, wrong, know, sleigh, toe, and action
Read words with Pickle syllables, as in bubble and table
Decoding (Structural Analysis)
Identify base words
Read words with vowel suffixes, as in fastest, and consonant suffixes, as in gladly
Read words with prefixes, as in mistake
Learn syllable division rules for reading multisyllable words
Discuss new words in the context of the story and one’s own life
Understand synonyms, antonyms, onomatopoeia, alliteration, similes, idioms, and personification