“I’ve checked out every book from the library. My child can’t even read those.”
Reading Elephant offers step-by-step printable phonics books that ease kids into reading. Our printable phonics books:
- Introduce phonics sounds gradually
- Are easy-to-use
- Allow students to practice sounds extensively
- Help students gain reading confidence
- Are carefully designed to meet each reading stage
- Build a strong reading foundation
- Are excellent for beginning readers & struggling readers
My Child Can’t Read!
Have a K-2 struggling reader? Do you see your student losing confidence?
“My child said heartbreaking things like, ‘Mom, I can’t read. You’ve no idea what this is like for me. It hurts.’ During reading time, he used to cry. Reading Elephant books helped him learn to read. He needed the step-by-step approach; It worked when nothing else did.” -Lisa, San Diego, CA
“At first, my son was excited to go to school. When he started struggling in reading, everything changed. Since he couldn’t read, he acted out. He received special education support, but nothing worked. Reading Elephant books gave him a chance to learn to read in a leveled way, a way that fit his learning needs.” -Sarah, San Diego, CA
Reading Elephant books allow struggling readers to learn to read using a leveled, systematic phonics approach. Sound units are introduced slowly and practiced extensively. Each book repeats the focus sound, allowing the student to master every important unit.
Early Reader Series
Introduce children to the wonderful world of reading using a method that works. With Reading Elephant books, emergent readers learn concepts of print, phonemic awareness, phonics and sight words. Books engage beginning readers with:
- short, simple sentences
- funny, cute stories
- leveled learning
- confidence building practice
- pictures that are fun to color
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