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Easy-to-Use Phonics for Busy Reading Teachers • Research-Based on the Orton-Gillingham Approach
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Phonics In A Box — A simple, modular program…
So versatile, it easily adapts to all your needs

Choose a single module or use them sequentially.

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  A Unique Research-Based Program…
First of its kind: a small box containing an engaging, research-based phonics program.

Phonics on Demand…
Teach phonics by fitting the materials to the student; not the student to the materials!

Practical, One-Page Assessment…
Use it to begin and quickly track progress.

Created by a Phonics and Reading Expert!
Dedicated to overworked reading teachers. Also great for staff development and teacher training.

Practical Phonics Teaching Tips…
Reading teachers will make extensive use of the Teacher’s Guide and Divider Cards.

Easy Phonics Games!
Students learn to read with wonderful, expandable phonics games. They’ll beg to play them!

Teach Phonics Using Orton-Gillingham Strategies…
Teachers easily choose them, as needed, from the Teacher’s Guide.

Excerpts from testimonials…
“indispensable in our curriculum”
“most useful teacher tool”
“wonderful teaching aid…”
“phonics enjoyable”
“finding specific skill cards easy”
“thanks from a very busy teacher”
More about Phonics In A Box…

From early intervention to regular classroom work to remedial programs to tutoring to homeschooling, Phonics In A Box is ideal. Phonics In A Box was developed to help K-3 reading teachers with all students, but especially the children at risk for reading difficulties. The author, a Fellow in the Academy of Orton-Gillingham, has worked with many hundreds of reading and phonics teachers and students. She created Phonics In A Box to provide a practical, easy-to-use, authoritative phonics material. It can supplement any other phonics program. The Orton-Gillingham techniques offered in the Teacher’s Guide and on the Direction Cards for each of the 38 phonics sections are good for all students but are critical for those at risk. All through the phonics sequence, the box emphasizes phonology – the foundation of all phonics and reading. The Progress Chart lets teachers find the starting level for a class or individual students and track progress all through the grades. Some schools pass the Progress Chart from grade to grade. Many teachers find that when using Phonics In A Box, they gradually learn strategies and language skills themselves. For teachers who want to know how to incorporate Orton-Gillingham strategies into their classrooms, the Teacher’s Guide is an excellent resource.