Writing Road to Reading Curriculum Review

The Writing Road to Reading is a total language arts program for grades K through 6 that teaches speech, spelling, writing, and reading.

Originally designed by Romalda Spalding, and now called The Spalding Method; this program uses spelling, writing and reading lessons to teach phonemic awareness, phonics, word parts and meanings, handwriting, grammar, composition, and much more.

Lessons in The Writing Road to Reading are teacher-intensive and include multi-sensory teaching techniques.

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Writing Road to Reading 
Writing Road to Reading Phonics 2006 I, personally, LOVED this text book. Granted, I went to school to learn to teach, but I found the time and attention …

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Product: Writing Road to Reading Subject: Language Arts Levels Used: Prek - First Grade Dates Used: 2005-present Likes: I love the philosophy of …

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Product: Writing Road to Reading Subject: Language Arts Levels Used: I used this in K-mid 5th grade Dates Used: Fall of 2001-winter of 2006 Likes: …

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