I Can Doodle Rhymes review by My Penned Heart

Tina says, “If you have a child between the ages of 4-7 I would definately recommend I Can Doodle Rhymes. It is fun, educational, and interactive. What more could a child want? We were able to take the ending of the rhyming words to practise our phonics. For me to be able to explain the sounds of the blends together and then have the kids not only draw, but to write as well was phenomenal. Two thumbs up from all us!” Read the rest of her review at My Penned Heart.

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I Can Doodle Rhymes review by Mama Smiles

MaryAnne says, “My daughter Anna loves art. She’s been drawing and painting since she was a baby. She is also my first child to NOT learn to read on their own by kindergarten… Anna’s literacy classes so far this year focused mainly on listening to audible books, looking through books on her own, and being read to by me, Mike, and the other kids. But when Timberdoodle offered me the chance to review I Can Doodle Rhymes, I knew I’d found a kindergarten literacy program that Anna would love!” Read the rest of her review at Mama Smiles.

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Wikki Stix Alphabet review by Mommyhood Moments

Emily says, “Alexis is a hands-on learner. However she doesn’t necessarily like when I try to teach her how to write her letters. With Wikki Stix, she looks at it as something she cam do independently. As she uses her fine motor skills to bend the slightly tacky stix, she is learning how to shape letters without the frustration of having to have mommy help her with a pen/pencil.” Read more of her review at Mommyhood Moments.

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Wikki Stix Alphabet review by Educating Everywhere

Jess says, “…one of my favorite things about Timberdoodle curriculum is that it is FUN and the girls don’t necessarily see it as “doing schoolwork.”  Wikki Stix Alphabet totally fits into that category!  The girls love it and choose it during free play time, in addition to when we work it into school time.” Read the rest of her review at Educating Everywhere.

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Are Phonics Taught in Spelling You See?

A Guest Post by Jean Soyke. We’re often asked if Spelling You See uses phonics to teach spelling. Learn how Spelling You See’s use of phonics differs from most other programs. It’s fun to be at a homeschooling convention and watch someone leaf through a Spelling You See book for the first time. The puzzled looks are often followed by questions such as: • Where are the lists? • How do you know which words to teach? • Are there tests? • Does this program use phonics to teach spelling? Are Phonics Taught in Spelling You See? The last question […]

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