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All the books listed below are written in Kindergarten Font© (easier to read and write in for beginner readers and children with dyslexia) and are colourfully illustrated by the author. The books are not available in bookstores at the moment. Note for Books 1-3: Once purchased, these colourful illustrations and phonics pages can either be bound together in book fornat or used as phonics charts in classrooms for Grades 1 to 3.
The First Step In Reading . . .

This 8-page booklet is for pre-school children and school beginners. It has beautiful, colourful illustrations to teach them reading direction and eye discipline for reading. Follow Benny Bee for correct eye movements.
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Book 1 - The Secret of ... Phonics! A, B ... Z for Beginners

This 18-page book can be read to 3 - 6 year old children to make them aware of the fact that words are combinations of different sounds that blend together, for example, c-a-t = cat.
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Book 2 - The Secret of Phonics! oo, ue ...o!
This 14-page book with colourful illustrations explains sounds/phonics that sound more or less the same, but look different. For example: oo-book, ue-blue.
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Book 3 - The Secret of Phonics! a, ay, ai, ey ...
This 19-page book also illustrates and explains sounds that look the same, but have a different pronunciation. For example: 'pear' and 'bean', 'fairy' and 'rain' etc., for fun, listening, reading together and eye movement in reading.
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"How to Read: Step By Step!"
This 44-page book teaches children to listen, look, sound, write and read step by step. Follow Benny Bee for correct eye movement and discipline. Use the separate worksheets listed just below for written exercises.
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Worksheets for "How To Read: Step By Step!"

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Teacher's Guide
A 24-page guide for teachers/parents to explain each page in "How to Read: Step By Step!" to help them teach phonics, reading and writing.
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Phonics charts
When teaching how to read step by step, it will help students if they have their own phonics chart in front of them. There are 3 phonics charts - one each for Book 1, Book 2 and Book 3.
Click here for a sample of Book 1 Phonics Chart.
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Similes - As Brown As ... A Berry!

Make your own flap-book with similes. This 11-page book is colourfully illustrated to teach children some commonly used expressions in English.
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"The Next Step! a, ai, ay, ey, ei"

A 40-page reader that teaches the child the "double-letter'' phonics with which to decode words. It incorporates all the other reading techniques: eye-movements, eye-discipline, reading-direction, blending of sounds, etc. Use the Worksheets below for every reading lesson.
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Worksheets for "The Next Step!"
A worksheet for every phonic in the book (total of 35 pages), teaching the child that reading, writing and spelling are all the same skill.
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Opposites

Colourful illustrations to teach children opposites, such as long/short, big/small, etc.

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Dear God, I pray ...
A 7-page book with prayers of African children in a primary school in Namibia, Africa. The money for this book will go to the school and CEF (Child Evangelism Fellowship), who work with under-priviledged and street-children all over the world.
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