Phonics for Kindergarten Workbook {Review}

Phonics for Kindergarten Workbook

Now that we’ve officially started Kindergarten, I’ve been looking at materials to help us with our daily homeschool lessons. I found a Phonics for Kindergarten Workbook on Amazon and thought I’d share how it went for us.

Build essential skills while having fun with Home Workbooks! Now updated with fun, colorful pages and engaging art, each book measures 7″ x 9.25″ and is filled with 64 pages of age-appropriate activities, puzzles, and games. These teacher-approved books are perfect for home, school, summer breaks, and road trips! Skills covered include beginning consonant sounds, short vowel sounds, sight word recognition, and more! An incentive chart and 140 full-color stickers are also included to help parents or teachers track student progress.

This quickly became on of my son’s favorite workbooks for each day. He liked the cute graphics and bright colors, plus he loved the gold stars he could place on the inside back cover after each lesson was complete.

It wasn’t overly challenging for him. Some pages he sped right through and sometimes we would have to slow down. I was pleasantly surprised when he was able to demonstrate he knew quite a few letter sounds already before we had officially covered them.

This isn’t a “teaching” book as in the kids just follow the directions; there isn’t really a lesson but just practice. That was okay for us at this point though, so definitely not a complaint.

You can pick up your own copy of the Phonics for Kidergarten Workbook on Amazon below. Let me know what you think!

Phonics for Kindergarten, Grade K (Home Workbook)

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Sherryl Wilson
    Sep 21, 2015 @ 16:55:46

    I was always surprised at how much my little ones knew before we officially started school too!.

    Reply

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