The Christ-Centered Phonics “Big Picture” Chart
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|Phonics Levels||Phonics Lessons for Flashcards 1–118||Phonics Workbooks Levels A, B, and C||Phonics Skills Levels A, B, and C|
|Phonics Lessons for Aa–Zz:
Level A (202)
|Phonics Workbook: Level A (203)
PWB IAK: Level A (203AK)
Phonics Lessons 1–31:
Level B:1 (204)
Phonics Lessons 32–66:
Level B:2 (206)
|Phonics Workbook: Level B:1 (205)
PWB IAK: Level B:1 (205AK)
Phonics Workbook: Level B:2 (207)
PWB IAK: Level B:2 (207AK)
Spelling & Vocabulary Workbook: Level B:2 (208)
PWB Answer Key B:2 (208AK)
Phonics Lessons 67–93:
Level C:2 (209)
Phonics Lessons 94–118:
Level C:3 (211)
|Phonics Workbook: Level C:2 (210)
PWB IAK: Level C:2 (210AK)
Phonics Workbook: Level C:3 (212)
PWB IAK: Level C:3 (212AK)
*Older children who are just starting their education should begin at Level B.
The following items are the foundation of the Christ-Centered Phonics Lessons:
- Christ-Centered Phonics Master Guide (3-ring binder – 200)
- Christ-Centered Phonics Flashcards 1–118: Master Set (201)
After completing the daily phonics lesson using the charts and visual aids in the Master Guide and related phonics flashcards, use the companion Phonics Workbook Instructions & Answer Key (“PWB IAK”) to help your child complete the workbook assignment for that day.
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