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  1. I have been searching the internet trying to find info on teaching All About Reading Pre Reading in a different order! My daughter knows most of her letters and some sounds but not all. We tried starting Level 1 but quickly realized we had gaps that the pre reading could fill. Since she is sort of in between I was trying to figure out if I could consolidate the lessons and teach capitol, lowercase, and sound all at once and not in alphabetical order. Any thoughts? I know there is more taught in each lesson and wasn’t sure if they needed to be taught in a certain order… Any advice would be great! Thank you!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Hello! Yes, you can teach them out of order. In fact, research has shown that it doesn’t matter if you teach the letters in alphabetical order. I think it is a great idea to teach them with the sounds, too!

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