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Delightful Reading, Level 1: Playing with Letters and Sounds

(6 customer reviews)

$69.95

More than 100 multi-sensory games and activities to teach your child the first step to reading—learning the letters and their sounds. (Early Years)

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Learn the letters and their sounds with more than 100 multi-sensory games and activities!

The Playing with Letters and Sounds kit helps you teach your child the first step to reading—learning the letters and their sounds—through play!

Easy to do! Quick to play! Fun to repeat!

More than 100 multi-sensory games and activities featuring

  • simple instructions so you can spend more time playing.
  • informal activities using common household items.
  • short activities to hold attention and encourage repeating favorites often.
  • helpful tips so you know when to pause and when to move on at your child’s pace.

Jump, draw, move, sculpt, eat, sing, match, talk, march, stretch, play,… learn!

Kit Contents

The Playing with Letters and Sounds kit contains

  • Games and Activities book with step-by-step instructions
  • A Is for Art: A Fine Art Alphabet Book (also available separately)
  • Letters and Sounds bookmark to help you track your child’s progress
  • ABC placemat to laminate and enjoy
  • Alphabet Bingo cards: uppercase, lowercase, and customizable
  • My ABC Book ready for your child to personalize
  • 88 alphabet stickers
  • 50 jumbo craft sticks
  • 6 decks of ready-to-use fun cards featured in the multi-sensory games and activities

Additional Learner Pack

Most of the items in the Playing with Letters and Sounds kit are reusable. The Additional Learner Pack provides only the items that you will need to use the kit with more than one child. Order one pack per additional child.

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Each Additional Learner Pack contains

  • My ABC Book ready for your child to personalize
  • Letters and Sounds bookmark to help you track your child’s progress
  • 88 alphabet stickers
  • 50 jumbo craft sticks

Teach your child to read the delightful way with all three Delightful Reading kits!

Additional information

Weight3.2 lbs
Dimensions9 × 12.5 × 2.3 in
Author

Binding

Hardcover, Kit, Spiral, Stapled

Grade

PreK

Charter-Friendly

6 reviews for Delightful Reading, Level 1: Playing with Letters and Sounds

  1. Elizabeth

    My four-year-old and I are loving this program! With very little prep work, I am able to present a fun reading lesson daily. We usually spend two days on each activity (though I skip some because they seem too complicated or my son doesn’t enjoy then). We have almost finished the section on letter names and plan to begin sounds soon. He began this program with a beginning understanding of letter sounds and names so I plan to begin younger (maybe age 3.5) with my younger son. This is a great product!

    Another benefit? When my son sees the artwork in the abc book that is also on the back of the letter cards, he gets really excited because he recognizes the pictures.

  2. Jennifer

    This truly is a *delightful* way to teach beginning reading.

  3. Sarah

    I’m currently using this kit with my 5 year old daughter and we both love it, so simple, fun, yet she’s learning lots!

  4. Erin

    This is wonderful! It gives a fun and meaningful exposure to letters and sounds. The materials are great quality, and the art on them is so lovely! This was exactly what I wanted, and haven’t found anything like it elsewhere.

  5. Lindsey

    This program is so simple and fun. We have a suspected gifted two year old and have tried traditional preschool curriculums but they just don’t mesh with his advanced intellect but undeveloped motor skills. (I.e. copying letters just does not work at this age). Plus, besides the motor skills, they moved too slow or went over concepts that he already knew. I love Playing with Letters and Sounds because it is soooo flexible and is not dependent on a workbook. All of the activities use things that either come with the “curriculum” or that everyone has around their house (cereal or food boxes, computer keyboard, play dough, etc). There are no fancy crafts or activities that force you to go buy stuff you don’t have. Even so, my son has loved everything we’ve done—letter bingo, I Spy, Musical ABCs, etc. I also like that it doesn’t force some arbitrary letter order on you or assign a letter a week. When you have a child with special needs, whether they are advanced or learning delayed, someone else’s pace is just frustrating so not feeling tied to a timeline is very freeing.

  6. Emily

    We have loved this kit. I had tried two other play-based but more traditional options, but my son did not enjoy them, and I realized I needed something truly play-based. I love how simple all these activities are and that you can choose your pace, activities, and method of delivery. Even though it isn’t as open-and-go like a workbook might be, the preparation is extremely minimal and hasn’t been at all complicated or time- consuming. My son is finally retaining the information, which is exciting, but even better, we are making happy memories together. I am so happy I decided to go with this option. It is a beautiful product.

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