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Help build, improve, and reinforce your child's reading, writing, speaking, and critical thinking skills through
The Phonics King early reading series.

Take back your children's education, five letters at a time! 
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Welcome to The Phonics Kingdom

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With The Phonics Celebration CD and
The Alphabet Stories Workbooks
Your Child Will Learn:

Letter, shape, number, and sound recognition
Synonyms/antonyms, homonyms/homophones, and vocabulary development
Classify/sorting, comparing/contrasting, and compound words
Tracing, writing, and copying
Critical thinking, listening, and speaking skills
and much more!

Why I Wrote This Series

Help Your Child Reach Their Full Potential

During my time as a full-time educator, I tutored a variety of students. I taught young children how to read and write, prepared high schoolers for the verbal and writing sections of the SATs, and coached teachers on how to effectively teach their students. Through all of this, I noticed a common element across all these experiences. 

Even though the students were very talented, they all possessed significant gaps in knowledge and skills.

These students struggled to read multisyllabic words, caused by a lack of phonics understanding. They also had limited vocabulary preventing them from expressing their thoughts and ideas. They struggled to understand the structure of narrative and informational texts and lacked traditional reasoning and critical thinking skills. 

 

For many of these students, regular classroom instruction was not enough to address the gaps in knowledge and skills they carried with them from grade to grade. 

To address and reduce these gaps in knowledge, I implemented 2 learning strategies in my classroom. My first strategy was to identify each child's preferred learning style and design SGOs (student growth objectives) around these preferred learning styles.

 

If done well, this will both shorten the student's learning curve and encourage them to learn more. A visual learner learns faster with a visual approach. Learning lessons faster builds a child's confidence and with greater confidence, the child learns even more. What these children need most is greater confidence. 

My second strategy was to be creative in the delivery of information. Sometimes, a child's preferred learning style isn't available nor practical, but the child still needs to learn. I needed to reinforce their other learning styles. So I taught in songs, chants, and skits to get the message across.

These two strategies really connected with the students. I was very successful. Students were improving at incredibly fast rates. I started traveling to different cities and schools helping as many kids as I could. Soon I wanted to help the kids outside my reach as well.

So I created The Phonics Kingdom.

 

  • By building a strong foundation in phonics, students inevitably fill those learning gaps that often stunt their growth and development

  • By identifying their preferred learning styles, we keep motivation high.

  • By creating learning experiences that target their preferred learning styles, as well as reinforcing their less favored learning style, we ensure that the learning sticks

  • By being intentional about students learning and building their capacity to learn, we ensure that the learning is evident and lasting.

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"I believe young children need to grow and develop in 5 major areas"

Marie Alexandre, Instructional Coach/The Phonics King Founder

Curious Child

Phonemic Awareness

Phonics

Vocabulary

Development 

Narrative & Informational Texts

Critical Thinking

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Caring Child

I believe young children need to grow and develop in 5 major areas:

1. Phonemic Awareness

2. Phonics

3. Vocabulary Development

4. Narrative & Informational Texts 

5. Critical Thinking Skill

 

During my work with parents and teachers, I frequently recommend that they be intentional about each child's learning style. If you target your child's preferred learning style, you will build your child's capacity to learn and ability to do, at a faster speed than those who don't implement this strategy.

Follow these 3 easy steps to start being intentional about your child's education today.

1. Identify your child's preferred learning style

(Visual, Auditory, Read/Write, Kinesthetic) V.A.R.K.

2. Learn strategies designed for that learning style

3. Implement teaching strategies that target that learning style.

It is equally important to reinforce other learning styles.

For example, if the child is a visual learner, design learning experiences that are mostly visual.

 

However, you also need to build your child's capacity for auditory learning (listening) and kinesthetic learning (movement) by reviewing the content in these ways as well. If your child's preferred learning style is not available for particular content, the child still needs to be able to learn. Therefore, it is in the child's best interest for you to help your child develop that modality. 

The Phonics Celebration CD and The Alphabet Stories workbooks are filled with activities that target the 3 big learning styles: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic.

The Alphabet Stories Series can promote your child's growth and development in all five developmental areas while also targeting all three primary learning styles.

 

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The Phonics Celebration CD

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We tell our kids that they will learn how to write an essay at grade X, but then when they reach that grade we expect them to know how to write without ever teaching them how.

Gerry A., Student



So don't just set great goals for your children. 

Help them build the capacity to achieve them!


The Phonics King can help you do just that!

Your Child's Skills After School

Letter, shape, number, and
sound recognition
tracing, writing, and copying
synonyms/antonyms, homonyms/homophones, and vocabulary development
classification/categorization, comparing/contrasting, and compound words
critical thinking, listening, and speaking skills
and more!

Your Child's Skills After The Phonics Series

Letter, shape, number, and
sound recognition
tracing, writing, and copying
synonyms/antonyms, homonyms/homophones, and vocabulary development
classification/categorization, comparing/contrasting, and compound words
critical thinking, listening, and speaking skills
and more!
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About ME

My name is Marie Olga, and I am passionate about teaching and learning. My quest to impact students' learning has pushed me to grow, create, and continually reinvent what it takes to be a contemporary educator. 

I have taught 1st, 2nd, and 5th grade; I have tutored students from K-12, college skill courses, and the verbal and writing section of the SAT Prep. I have also coached numerous teachers on effective instruction and the proper use of the common core standards.

I used the skills and knowledge I have gained over the years to create the Phonics Kingdom early learning series: A one-stop destination for your child's early reading, writing, listening/speaking, and thinking development. I created this Series to address gaps in children's early learning, to lay a solid foundation to improve children's learning outcomes.