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Can learning to read be this simple?

A sharing space for ideas, anecdotes, testimonies, and reading suggestions Three steps to reading: coding, encoding, decoding Letter-sound knowledge learned through play leads to a logical and seamless path to reading.  A must read - Reading in the Brain: “All children regardless of their socioeconomic backgrounds benefit from explicit and early teaching of the correspondence between letters and speech sounds.” Dehaene, Stanislas. Reading in the Brain: The Science and Evolution of a Human Invention. New York: Viking, 2009. One parent's words: "Souns fits nicely within brain development because souns are 3-dimensional. My dyslexic child can flip them around, he can...

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