The Eclectic Primer: For Young Children, Designed to Precede Wm. H. McGuffey's Eclectic Readers

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Mott Media, 1982 - Education - 60 pages
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Begins with the alphabet. Moves to simple one-syllable words such as cat and fox, then on to more difficult one-syllable words such as horse and spring. Illustrated with the charming original drawings.

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I got these because my daughter-in-law wanted them for my grandson who is just turning 2 and already knows all his alphabet and the sounds the letters make. He'll be reading in no time. These are fantastic books to start kids out with. Read full review

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User Review  - Violet Swaim -

I have been trying to find a book that would help to teach my son with autism to read. It has worked for my other to children as well and they have learning disabilities. I would highly recommend this book for the homeschool community because it starts basic and progresses with your child. Read full review


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