This program is an exciting way to give children a playful head-start in learning to read.
For teachers working with two and three year old children I will explain
my program named, "Playing with Sounds," that is great for all children
but is especially helpful for children whose first language is not
The Fun Family Phonics program is so popular because it appeals to the
way children think and learn. A young detective, “Dave Fun”, discovers
all the alphabet letters by observing the world around him. In Book 1
and Book 1A, humorous stories about Dave and his family link the sounds
and shapes of the lower and uppercase alphabet letters. Singing the
alphabet songs for each letter, together with actions, pictures and
games all reinforces learning. In Book 2 Dave discovers word building
through rhymes and songs.
New workbooks are now available, and are very popular in preschools and childcare centers.
This program is ideal for children whose first language is not English.
Kids LOVE it!
(Handouts included. The materials will be available for purchase at the workshop. (Credit cards, cash or cheque)
Muriel Endersby graduated in education from the University of London,
England. She has courses in linguistics and ESL from UBC. Muriel created
and published this program after many years of teaching experience in
Elementary School, Preschool and as a college instructor. She has taught
in England, Africa, China, and India as well as in Canada.
Location: Langley CCRR 20577 Fraser Hwy