Sound Town Phonics Giveaway

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Help your child find the Key to Reading!

Parents and teachers use Sound Town Phonics to help their children and students learn to read – because they learned to read with Sound Town too!

More than twenty-five years ago, Sound Town was created by a homeschool mother to teach her oldest child to read.

Today, many of our customers are those who once learned to read with Sound Town and have returned to our fundamentally sound, memorable program to teach their own children to read.

Our loyal customer base speaks for itself—

Sound Town Phonics is the phonics program

You need to teach your child to read!

– Guide your child from recognizing letters to reading on their own in four robust units.

– Each unit blends into the next, teaching children the “building block” phonemes in increasing complexity–until they’re able to discover words on their own!

– No guessing what to teach next or if they’re missing something. The Learning Guide shows the progression of each lesson on one continuous pathway, making clear how each new skill fits into the process from the alphabet to reading.

Interested?! We’re giving away The Complete Sound Town Phonics Program!

This package includes:

The Alphabet Station

These fun, interactive lessons and stories teach your child to recognize the alphabet letters, the sounds they make, and how to write them. In the Alphabet Station, your child will discover that some of the alphabet letters can make more than one sound.

The Short Vowel Station

This Station invites your child to combine the alphabet sounds to make simple 3-letter words. Many words fit this “short vowel” pattern. Watch your child light up as they start reading!

The Long Vowel Station

With lots of practice built into this Station, your child will learn to identify and read words that have the final silent “e”, which we call the Jumping “e.” They can now read many of the words in simple books and readers. Watch as your child’s enthusiasm for reading grows!

The Sound Town Station

Our most memorable station! Through pictures, poems, stories, and songs, your child will forget they’re even learning as they meet the inhabitants of Sound Town, learn each phoneme in the English language, and help Audrey and Joseph find the Key to Reading.

                                              And as a BONUS…!!!

           Our NEW Alphabet by Color Book Kit

This kit is the perfect, color-filled alphabet review. Teach your child all of the sounds of the individual alphabet letters through delightful stories, pictures, and basic writing practice. It’s a great beginning for your youngest, and a perfect way to review the alphabet letters with your developing reader.

Here’s what our community says about our program:

“Our oldest child was a natural reader. Our second child struggled. We purchased Sound Town for our youngest, and let our middle child listen along and help teach. Sound Town brought it together for both! Sound Town teaches true phonics.”

– Christine, Homeschool parent

“Sound Town is truly the best phonics method available. The children look forward to their visits to Sound Town each day and are eager to learn the jingles. I am amazed how the children begin to look at words and get so excited when they recognize the phonemes. It is the fastest, most complete program I know of to effortlessly allow young children to become fluent readers and competent spellers. I would recommend Sound Town to anyone who would like to have a lot of fun helping a child discover the joy of reading!”

– Dana, Preschool Director

Families use Sound Town Phonics – to homeschool their children, or to help young children prepare for preschool and kindergarten.

Teachers use Sound Town Phonics – as a primary or supplemental curriculum. Our activities can be done whole group or individually, and are suitable for preschool through second grade classrooms.

Tutors use Sound Town Phonics – to help children who have either fallen behind or wish to get ahead. Sound Town Phonics is especially useful in developing better spelling skills in students of all ages.

Visit our website to learn more about how to include Sound Town in your Homeschool curriculum:

Learning is always more effective when it is fun!

To enter to win the Complete Sound Town Phonics Program, simply use the Rafflecopter form below. All entries will be verified. Open to US residents only. The giveaway period will close on 8/26/18 at 11:59pm EST. The winners will be announced via email the following day. Good luck!

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This Post Has 42 Comments

  1. I’m just starting PreK with my oldest and she’s so eager to read!

  2. My youngest daughter is struggling with reading. I think she finds it intimidating.

  3. This looks amazing! I have two preschoolers and a toddler so it would get a lot of use 🙂

  4. My son would love this especially with his spelling.

  5. My grandson is 9 and is struggling with reading. This looks like an awesome product that could help him.

  6. This looks like it would be excellent for my daughter, who will be starting kindergarten next year.

  7. Exciting giveaway! Sound Town Phonics looks as if it’s just what I need to help better grow my 5 and 3 year olds with their reading.

  8. Looks fun! My 5 year old is starting to learn and this looks helpful.

  9. I’m starting Pre-K with my 4-year-old soon, and this looks like a great tool to help him learn to read!

  10. I am looking for ways to help my struggling readers. I think this program could be so beneficial to them.

  11. I’m teaching my son to read now and have two more children behind him. They all would use this!

  12. Teaching my youngest to read😊

  13. I have two kids at the beginning reading stage and this would be a great help to me.

  14. I am brand new to homeschooling. My husband and I went to public school growing up and we are eager to start something different with our family by homeschooling our daughter and any other children we are blessed with. This program looks so wonderful and would be so helpful in starting to teach her how to read.

  15. I would love to win this program as I begin my first year homeschooling my girl in pre-k with prayers to continue on through the years!

  16. This looks like It would work for my struggling reader because it is very engaging.

  17. Teaching my youngest to read. This looks fun! First time homeschoolers this year.

  18. im having SO MUCH DIFFICULTY trying to teach my daughter to read its at a point were both frustrated. winning this would save us both

  19. We are starting our first year of homeschooling and I would love to try this out with my little ones. I really hope that they develop the love for reading that I did at that age (and still do)!

  20. My 8 year old son struggles with reading, I’m hoping this will work for him. I also have three younger children I could use this with.

  21. My youngest 2 children would love this to help with reading!

  22. We just starting learning letters and my kids would love to learn to read soon: I just have no idea how to get there. This sounds perfect!

  23. Would love to do this with my 5 yr old son! He’s a different learner than his siblings, and this looks like something that might help him!

  24. Sadly I have never heard of this program before. I have 8 children and have had a couple that really struggled so i tried several programs many without success so there was a lot of frustration on both sides. I still have 2 more children to go. I would love to try this program and it would work perfectly with our Early American History this year!

  25. This would be a great help with my Pre-K and K children.

  26. This program looks fantastic, I love the illustrations. My child will be learning to read this fall and It would be perfect to be able to win this. It looks like a easy to learn program and easy to follow. Thank you for the opportunity!

  27. This looks like it would be such a blessing to whomever it goes to! I am certain it could be of great use in a home like ours. We are year 3 homeschoolers and have a 14 year old, 11 year old, 8 year old , and a 6 year old…all boys! Our youngest will be the first one who we will have the privilege to say WE taught to read!
    This would be an exciting tool!

  28. I have 3 little kids struggling to learn to read right now. This sounds amazing.

  29. While my oldest won’t be needing this, my younger three children (6, 3, 1) certainly could and it looks super cute and interesting, so I think they’d love it! It looks like a really fun way to learn and practice phonics. Thanks for sharing!

  30. Going to be homeschooling my soon to be 5 grandson and this sounds really interesting

  31. My child is struggling to master his alphabet and phonics, this looks like a solution to his struggles!

  32. This would be great for my daughter!

  33. I really hope I can win this. I have no budget for curriculum this year. Not a problem because I am resourceful…but I have 2 kids that have ADHD, ODD, & Dyslexia…we’ve been struggling for a while with the reading aspect of their education. I think this phonics program could help and would just love to win it so I could try it out.

    It’s so hard for me – as a mom and avid reader to see any of my kids struggle with reading. I equate a love of reading with a love of school. I want them to love school. I think they would if they could read. That way they can branch off and start studying things that interest them. As it is now, since everything is verbal, I have to use the same stuff for both of them. They get bored easier. They sometimes dislike what they’re studying. When they aren’t happy it really shows in their attitudes and ultimately affects their work.

    Thank you for offering this giveaway. Best of luck to all who have entered! Have a blessed day!!!

  34. looks interesting for my emergent reader

  35. I would love to let my late reading son use the program to improve his reading skills.

  36. My oldest is pre-k age and I will be homeschooling for awhile at least so I definitely need help teaching reading!

  37. Can this program help an 11 year old struggling reader with auditory processing issues?

  38. I’m excited to try this with my 7 year old struggling reader!

  39. my preschooler will love this

  40. Phonics is so important to help kidslearn to read. This program lookslike it would be fun and engaging.

  41. I was looking for a good phonics curriculum for my upcoming kindergartner and my two that are still struggling a bit with reading. This looks so fun!

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