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Item #: 002274
ISBN: 9780671631987
Grades: PreK-3
Author: Siegfried Engelmann; Elaine Bruner; Phyllis Haddox

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Publisher:Fireside
Binding: Trade Paper
Pages: 396
Dimensions: 8.375 x 10.875 x .875 in.; 2 lbs.
Edition: illustrated
Language: English
Audience: General Adult
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This is an excellent reading curriculum that we have used with our six-year-old boy and four-year-old girl Lesson one starts by introducing sounds "s" and "m" (the child does not even need to know the letter names) and progresses slowly (with one story per lesson after lesson 12)until by lesson 100 your child is reading easily at about a first grade level The system uses some bizarre markings to help kids distinguish between certain sounds but phases them out by the end of the book It took me two relaxed years (two moves and a new baby) to get through it with our son but my daughter started about five months ago and is on lesson 59 Each lesson will take about 20 to 30 minutes of concentrated effort on the parts of both the child and the adult The book is written so that the teacher reads the words in red and listens for the child to give the "suggested responses" -- it's all laid out for you and requires no prep time But do read the introduction to the book before starting to use it It gives an excellent overview of the authors' phiolosophy and helps you understand the purpose behind some seemingly irrelevant tasks My big suggestion? My kids needed some motivation to stick with the whole program So I made up a hundreds chart for each of my kids and they got to put a sticker on every time they did a lesson (and eat a cheese stick -- our ultimate snack around here -- if they got through the lesson with NO WHINING) Every time they completed 10 lessons (which they could see easily on their charts) they got to pick a prize out of our little prize box kept ONLY for reading reinforcement (things like Thomas trains cassettes headbands sticker books) and each child gets a MAJOR prize for accomplishing the whole book I know this sounds like tons of bribery but since I value learning to read SO MUCH I felt it worth it to offer these incentives and I honestly feel that neither of my kids would have tried very hard after lesson 25 or so That's when the newness wears off and the lessons become quite challenging!Bottom line: Buy this book (and some handwriting paper -- they practice writing two or three letters each lesson) and with the money you save over other programs invest in some cheese sticks and PRIZES to keep motivation and interest high
December 9, 2003
I have taught A-Beka in a classroom setting and used "100 Lessons" with all three of my children Here are the Pros and Cons Pros: I like "100 Lessons" for its ease of use and instant gratification for the children The kids read very quickly and painlessly with "100 Lesson" It is all inclusive and very transportable Cons: I do feel that after a child finishes this book that they need some additional phonics work to become truly proficient readers and spellers It is weak in basic phonic rules I teach A-Beka phonics alongside this curriculum to develop strong word decoding skills
January 25, 2008
I am now using this reading program with my third child The lessons "should" last 15-20 minutes and do so at the beginning and end The beginning lessons are very easy; most four year olds can do them well Around lesson 30 they begin to take longer and both of my older children (now 6 and 9) really struggled in the middle of the book The stories get longer more difficult and have to be read twice to enhance comprehension If you have an independant learner who can sit and concentrate for maybe up to one hour (if they struggle with the lesson) this program may work If you have a multi-sensory learner who is very fidgety you may both end up frustrated! The book tells you to not break up lessons but I have done so successfully If my child is struggling and the lesson goes over 20 min we stop take a short break then return fresh
November 4, 2006
This book is so basic and simplistic I found myself wondering if it could hold our attention My daughter flew through the first 20 or so lessons - and I thought of skipping up to her level I would encourage others not to skip ahead - even if it seems too simple at times Always do the "rereads" and ask the comprehension questions as this has been a tremendous strength in Leah's reading that I credit to this book The pattern establishment and the confidence Leah gained were just what made this book work! When she finished the book - she tested at our local elementary school They were SO impressed - she was reading and comprehending on a high 2nd grade level She was so proud and so was I!
January 30, 2008
My daughter who just turned 3 is doing wonderfully with this book I highly recommend it for very young children It might take more than 100 lessons with the very young as you may have to repeat some But it is AMAZING to see my 3 year old learning how to read 4-letter words already without my help by the 12th lesson and to read her first sentence in the 13th lesson Before you begin the book YOU need to read the entire introduction You must do the lessons exactly "by the book" Reading the verbatim has proven to be a necessity to minimize confusion for my daughter
November 5, 2012
This book was fantastic The lessons were short enough that my 5 year old could complete them in one sitting I wish I had discovered it earlier I liked the lessons so much that I recommended this book to several of my friends who also had much success using it to teach their children to read The low price and the outstanding lessons make this a great value
January 9, 2004
I used this book with three of my children An incredible value for the results; no separate teacher's manual is needed and lessons are scripted step by step (almost no prep for teacher) At first I was skeptical because the book is not flashy and there are visual changes made to letters to assist the phonics learning process at the beginning I started with a daughter who was in a public kindergarten and not learning to read as the end of the year drew near By the end of the 100 days she was reading and now (in 3rd grade) is at the top of her class After her success I went through the book with my then 5 year-old son and again with a 4-year-old son Though they couldn't write well at all yet the reading lessons worked amazingly well (I gave them tracing to do for the writing exercises) My son (now in second grade at age 6)now reads chapter books voraciously The younger son (now in first grade at age 5)is above his grade level and gaining confidence to read more difficult books I haven't been willing to give up my copy of this book in case some other young child comes into my life who needs reading assistance
November 8, 2006
If the thought of teaching your child to read scares you this is the perfect book to gain confidence I bought this book for my daughter and am currently using it for a second time with my son Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons delivers what it says My 4 year old is on lesson 14 and he is already picking out words around the house to slide and see what they say Having no prep work to do is one of my favorite reasons for using this Just sit down with your child and the book and off you go to learning It is important to me in the early years of my homeschooling journey to have items that are scripted That gives me confidence that I am using the product correctly and gaining the most benefits Some people do not like the funny way they write 'sounds' out It is not traditional But pressing on despite that I have found that yes it might be funny but it really works! For a book that is so little in cost this takes the step from non-reader to reading books with ease and covers all gaps! From learning letter sounds writing letters to reading books this is all you will need
August 20, 2009
I used this program with my son almost 5 then It did not work My main criticism is the use of \"crutches\" and special symbols; things such as joining the t and h for \"th\" and telling your child to ignore the finale e Now 2 1/2 years later he is still ignoring the final e\'s which make the vowel long! The child becomes dependent on these crutches and they are unable to use any other reading materials It is true that some of these symbols are slowly \"phased out\" thoughout the book and in the last 15 or so lessons they are dropped suddenly and the book uses a regular typed font However in these last lessons the print is very small I would recommend Alphaphonics instead which simply teaches the child the letters and their sounds--that is what phonics is!
September 16, 2015
I have very successfully used this book to teach four very different children with different learning styles They all enjoyed it and are all reading fluently I suggest using some workbooks for reinforcement because it is not a comprehensive program Plaid Phonics and Explode the Code are good and fun but I use Christian Liberty's Adventures in Phonics books because there are only three and they cover everything that the others do They're just not as pretty but very very affordable and Christ-centered My children were consistently excited to sit with me and do this book It was a special time with us and they always had fun I made it a big deal to hide the picture that's with each story and their reward after they finish the story was to see it They would get so giddy and even my very short- attention-spanned wiggly ones focused well so they could see that picture!!! They always enjoyed the stories and I often times had a littler one leaning over learning as well Even without using much reinforcement material all of my children have tested at least two grade levels higher in reading with high comprehension because this book has you ask questions after each story Without me knowing it they ended up developing a habit of paying good attention to what they're reading My children read so well and enjoy reading so despite any of my failures as a teacher they read a lot of good books on their own and know quite a lot If they can read and you provide good books they'll learn!!!
January 9, 2007
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Recommended by multiple people
Sarah S on Oct 15, 2017
I have a child I am trying to teach to read.
Michael S on Aug 28, 2017
Recommended by multiple people
Sarah S on Oct 15, 2017
This is the program I used to teach my daughter to read 25 years ago and it is the program we will use to teach my grandchildren to read.
Robin E on Sep 3, 2017
I have a child I am trying to teach to read.
Michael S on Aug 28, 2017
Recommended by a friend as well as the Ambleside Online Advisory.
Casandra B on Aug 25, 2017
A friend told me she taught all four of her kids to read using this book.
Anne R on Aug 15, 2017
friend said to
Zane G on Jul 2, 2017
I've used it before. It's for my granddaughter.
Lynnea H on May 16, 2017
It is an effective yet simple tool to teach reading, and even writing, to children as young as 3.5yo. I believe it is true that after the 100 easy lessons, the child will be at a Grade 2 reading level.
Ronnie A on May 15, 2017
recommended by a friend, ready to teach my 6 year old to read
Leah F on May 4, 2017
Heard good things - hope it works well.
Emilie W on Mar 4, 2017
I don't have my other copy anymore and I know it works for a typical child.
STEVEN S on Feb 25, 2017
This book was recommended by other homeschool families. It is a bit dry, but it works for us. The lessons are short, direct, and progress in a logical pattern.
Jackie B on Jan 31, 2017
We wanted to try another option for my struggling reader and I have heard positive things about this book.
Aria S on Jan 12, 2017
I am needing something different for my son to work on with reading. He is almost 6 and has no desire to sit down and do worksheets. I am hoping this will help him be more interested in reading!
Jennifer A on Nov 30, 2016
I used this book to teach my five children how to read, and they all have been super readers. My oldest daughter remembered this book and seeing her younger siblings learn to read from this and has asked that I get this book for her daughter, my granddaughter.
Joyce H on Nov 1, 2016
excellent resource to help teach your child to read
Linda S on Oct 24, 2016
I've heard good things about this format for teaching reading from multiple parents.
Erin A on Sep 26, 2016
I've read wonderful things about it.
Lori T on Sep 19, 2016
it was recommended to me by a homeschooling mom with 16 years of experience
Leighann N on Aug 26, 2016
great resource for teaching reading
Carrie W on Aug 25, 2016
I have never used this book but have heard great things an plan to use it for my grandson.
Tami M on Aug 24, 2016
Used this Reading Lesson For 7 children. They all excelled in reading!!
Beth H on Aug 5, 2016
Came recommended. Better price than I've found anywhere online.
Elizabeth M on Jul 28, 2016
I think my son will really enjoy this book
Anne Z on Jul 27, 2016
recommendation from homeschool mothers
Mary K on Jul 23, 2016
I needed a reading program that was not writing intensive. I like explode the code but my kindergartner has pencil grip issues and until we can strengthen her fine motor and correct that, I wanted a strictly reading (not writing) approach to phonics and reading.
sally on Jul 11, 2016
Recommended by friends.
Paula F on Jul 6, 2016
My son is 3 and shows many of the early reader signs. Based on all of the reviews here and other home school moms in my area, this seemed like the next step for us.
Kim L on May 4, 2016
Someone else recommmended it so I am willing to try it.
Shanle D on Apr 8, 2016
suggested by a teacher
Julia K on Mar 24, 2016
I love this book. If you need a very easy, no-stress reading program, choose this. It only goes through about a beginning 2nd grade reading level, but it is so simple to use. The scripted lessons make it easy for the teacher, and the methods make it easy for the child. Feel free to tweak things a little if certain parts don't seem quite right for you. Follow up with Explode the Code or All About Reading, and you're all set!
Rebekah D on Feb 6, 2016
Used it for 15 years while homeschooling...now tutoring 2nd grader needing intervention, and I know it's a great resource!
Deborah M on Dec 30, 2015
This is the program I used to teach my daughter to read 25 years ago and it is the program we will use to teach my grandchildren to read.
Robin E on Sep 3, 2017
Recommended by a friend as well as the Ambleside Online Advisory.
Casandra B on Aug 25, 2017
is there a work book to go a long with this book?
Adrienne R on Oct 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No, there isn't. But one isn't needed. The only material needed besides the book is lined paper or a handwriting book for practicing letter writing. With each lesson, the author assigns a letter or two that has been introduced for handwriting practice. Within the lessons are prompts for the teacher/parent telling exactly what you are to say and ask.
I've used this book for the past 13 years teaching all our children. It's been very easy and successful. The stories are a little goofy, but the technique is great! Really fast results and reading early on in the book.
I highly recommend it.
Good luck!
Emily
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    This is an excellent reading curriculum that we have used with our six-year-old boy and four-year-old girl Lesson one starts by introducing sounds "s" and "m" (the child does not even need to know the letter names) and progresses slowly (with one story per lesson after lesson 12)until by lesson 100 your child is reading easily at about a first grade level The system uses some bizarre markings to help kids distinguish between certain sounds but phases them out by the end of the book It took me two relaxed years (two moves and a new baby) to get through it with our son but my daughter started about five months ago and is on lesson 59 Each lesson will take about 20 to 30 minutes of concentrated effort on the parts of both the child and the adult The book is written so that the teacher reads the words in red and listens for the child to give the "suggested responses" -- it's all laid out for you and requires no prep time But do read the introduction to the book before starting to use it It gives an excellent overview of the authors' phiolosophy and helps you understand the purpose behind some seemingly irrelevant tasks My big suggestion? My kids needed some motivation to stick with the whole program So I made up a hundreds chart for each of my kids and they got to put a sticker on every time they did a lesson (and eat a cheese stick -- our ultimate snack around here -- if they got through the lesson with NO WHINING) Every time they completed 10 lessons (which they could see easily on their charts) they got to pick a prize out of our little prize box kept ONLY for reading reinforcement (things like Thomas trains cassettes headbands sticker books) and each child gets a MAJOR prize for accomplishing the whole book I know this sounds like tons of bribery but since I value learning to read SO MUCH I felt it worth it to offer these incentives and I honestly feel that neither of my kids would have tried very hard after lesson 25 or so That's when the newness wears off and the lessons become quite challenging!Bottom line: Buy this book (and some handwriting paper -- they practice writing two or three letters each lesson) and with the money you save over other programs invest in some cheese sticks and PRIZES to keep motivation and interest high
    December 9, 2003
    I have taught A-Beka in a classroom setting and used "100 Lessons" with all three of my children Here are the Pros and Cons Pros: I like "100 Lessons" for its ease of use and instant gratification for the children The kids read very quickly and painlessly with "100 Lesson" It is all inclusive and very transportable Cons: I do feel that after a child finishes this book that they need some additional phonics work to become truly proficient readers and spellers It is weak in basic phonic rules I teach A-Beka phonics alongside this curriculum to develop strong word decoding skills
    January 25, 2008
    I am now using this reading program with my third child The lessons "should" last 15-20 minutes and do so at the beginning and end The beginning lessons are very easy; most four year olds can do them well Around lesson 30 they begin to take longer and both of my older children (now 6 and 9) really struggled in the middle of the book The stories get longer more difficult and have to be read twice to enhance comprehension If you have an independant learner who can sit and concentrate for maybe up to one hour (if they struggle with the lesson) this program may work If you have a multi-sensory learner who is very fidgety you may both end up frustrated! The book tells you to not break up lessons but I have done so successfully If my child is struggling and the lesson goes over 20 min we stop take a short break then return fresh
    November 4, 2006
    This book is so basic and simplistic I found myself wondering if it could hold our attention My daughter flew through the first 20 or so lessons - and I thought of skipping up to her level I would encourage others not to skip ahead - even if it seems too simple at times Always do the "rereads" and ask the comprehension questions as this has been a tremendous strength in Leah's reading that I credit to this book The pattern establishment and the confidence Leah gained were just what made this book work! When she finished the book - she tested at our local elementary school They were SO impressed - she was reading and comprehending on a high 2nd grade level She was so proud and so was I!
    January 30, 2008
    My daughter who just turned 3 is doing wonderfully with this book I highly recommend it for very young children It might take more than 100 lessons with the very young as you may have to repeat some But it is AMAZING to see my 3 year old learning how to read 4-letter words already without my help by the 12th lesson and to read her first sentence in the 13th lesson Before you begin the book YOU need to read the entire introduction You must do the lessons exactly "by the book" Reading the verbatim has proven to be a necessity to minimize confusion for my daughter
    November 5, 2012
    This book was fantastic The lessons were short enough that my 5 year old could complete them in one sitting I wish I had discovered it earlier I liked the lessons so much that I recommended this book to several of my friends who also had much success using it to teach their children to read The low price and the outstanding lessons make this a great value
    January 9, 2004
    I used this book with three of my children An incredible value for the results; no separate teacher's manual is needed and lessons are scripted step by step (almost no prep for teacher) At first I was skeptical because the book is not flashy and there are visual changes made to letters to assist the phonics learning process at the beginning I started with a daughter who was in a public kindergarten and not learning to read as the end of the year drew near By the end of the 100 days she was reading and now (in 3rd grade) is at the top of her class After her success I went through the book with my then 5 year-old son and again with a 4-year-old son Though they couldn't write well at all yet the reading lessons worked amazingly well (I gave them tracing to do for the writing exercises) My son (now in second grade at age 6)now reads chapter books voraciously The younger son (now in first grade at age 5)is above his grade level and gaining confidence to read more difficult books I haven't been willing to give up my copy of this book in case some other young child comes into my life who needs reading assistance
    November 8, 2006
    If the thought of teaching your child to read scares you this is the perfect book to gain confidence I bought this book for my daughter and am currently using it for a second time with my son Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons delivers what it says My 4 year old is on lesson 14 and he is already picking out words around the house to slide and see what they say Having no prep work to do is one of my favorite reasons for using this Just sit down with your child and the book and off you go to learning It is important to me in the early years of my homeschooling journey to have items that are scripted That gives me confidence that I am using the product correctly and gaining the most benefits Some people do not like the funny way they write 'sounds' out It is not traditional But pressing on despite that I have found that yes it might be funny but it really works! For a book that is so little in cost this takes the step from non-reader to reading books with ease and covers all gaps! From learning letter sounds writing letters to reading books this is all you will need
    August 20, 2009
    I used this program with my son almost 5 then It did not work My main criticism is the use of \"crutches\" and special symbols; things such as joining the t and h for \"th\" and telling your child to ignore the finale e Now 2 1/2 years later he is still ignoring the final e\'s which make the vowel long! The child becomes dependent on these crutches and they are unable to use any other reading materials It is true that some of these symbols are slowly \"phased out\" thoughout the book and in the last 15 or so lessons they are dropped suddenly and the book uses a regular typed font However in these last lessons the print is very small I would recommend Alphaphonics instead which simply teaches the child the letters and their sounds--that is what phonics is!
    September 16, 2015
    I have very successfully used this book to teach four very different children with different learning styles They all enjoyed it and are all reading fluently I suggest using some workbooks for reinforcement because it is not a comprehensive program Plaid Phonics and Explode the Code are good and fun but I use Christian Liberty's Adventures in Phonics books because there are only three and they cover everything that the others do They're just not as pretty but very very affordable and Christ-centered My children were consistently excited to sit with me and do this book It was a special time with us and they always had fun I made it a big deal to hide the picture that's with each story and their reward after they finish the story was to see it They would get so giddy and even my very short- attention-spanned wiggly ones focused well so they could see that picture!!! They always enjoyed the stories and I often times had a littler one leaning over learning as well Even without using much reinforcement material all of my children have tested at least two grade levels higher in reading with high comprehension because this book has you ask questions after each story Without me knowing it they ended up developing a habit of paying good attention to what they're reading My children read so well and enjoy reading so despite any of my failures as a teacher they read a lot of good books on their own and know quite a lot If they can read and you provide good books they'll learn!!!
    January 9, 2007
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    Why did you choose this?
    Rainbow Resource Center Store
    Recommended by multiple people
    Sarah S on Oct 15, 2017
    I have a child I am trying to teach to read.
    Michael S on Aug 28, 2017
    Recommended by multiple people
    Sarah S on Oct 15, 2017
    This is the program I used to teach my daughter to read 25 years ago and it is the program we will use to teach my grandchildren to read.
    Robin E on Sep 3, 2017
    I have a child I am trying to teach to read.
    Michael S on Aug 28, 2017
    Recommended by a friend as well as the Ambleside Online Advisory.
    Casandra B on Aug 25, 2017
    A friend told me she taught all four of her kids to read using this book.
    Anne R on Aug 15, 2017
    friend said to
    Zane G on Jul 2, 2017
    I've used it before. It's for my granddaughter.
    Lynnea H on May 16, 2017
    It is an effective yet simple tool to teach reading, and even writing, to children as young as 3.5yo. I believe it is true that after the 100 easy lessons, the child will be at a Grade 2 reading level.
    Ronnie A on May 15, 2017
    recommended by a friend, ready to teach my 6 year old to read
    Leah F on May 4, 2017
    Heard good things - hope it works well.
    Emilie W on Mar 4, 2017
    I don't have my other copy anymore and I know it works for a typical child.
    STEVEN S on Feb 25, 2017
    This book was recommended by other homeschool families. It is a bit dry, but it works for us. The lessons are short, direct, and progress in a logical pattern.
    Jackie B on Jan 31, 2017
    We wanted to try another option for my struggling reader and I have heard positive things about this book.
    Aria S on Jan 12, 2017
    I am needing something different for my son to work on with reading. He is almost 6 and has no desire to sit down and do worksheets. I am hoping this will help him be more interested in reading!
    Jennifer A on Nov 30, 2016
    I used this book to teach my five children how to read, and they all have been super readers. My oldest daughter remembered this book and seeing her younger siblings learn to read from this and has asked that I get this book for her daughter, my granddaughter.
    Joyce H on Nov 1, 2016
    excellent resource to help teach your child to read
    Linda S on Oct 24, 2016
    I've heard good things about this format for teaching reading from multiple parents.
    Erin A on Sep 26, 2016
    I've read wonderful things about it.
    Lori T on Sep 19, 2016
    it was recommended to me by a homeschooling mom with 16 years of experience
    Leighann N on Aug 26, 2016
    great resource for teaching reading
    Carrie W on Aug 25, 2016
    I have never used this book but have heard great things an plan to use it for my grandson.
    Tami M on Aug 24, 2016
    Used this Reading Lesson For 7 children. They all excelled in reading!!
    Beth H on Aug 5, 2016
    Came recommended. Better price than I've found anywhere online.
    Elizabeth M on Jul 28, 2016
    I think my son will really enjoy this book
    Anne Z on Jul 27, 2016
    recommendation from homeschool mothers
    Mary K on Jul 23, 2016
    I needed a reading program that was not writing intensive. I like explode the code but my kindergartner has pencil grip issues and until we can strengthen her fine motor and correct that, I wanted a strictly reading (not writing) approach to phonics and reading.
    sally on Jul 11, 2016
    Recommended by friends.
    Paula F on Jul 6, 2016
    My son is 3 and shows many of the early reader signs. Based on all of the reviews here and other home school moms in my area, this seemed like the next step for us.
    Kim L on May 4, 2016
    Someone else recommmended it so I am willing to try it.
    Shanle D on Apr 8, 2016
    suggested by a teacher
    Julia K on Mar 24, 2016
    I love this book. If you need a very easy, no-stress reading program, choose this. It only goes through about a beginning 2nd grade reading level, but it is so simple to use. The scripted lessons make it easy for the teacher, and the methods make it easy for the child. Feel free to tweak things a little if certain parts don't seem quite right for you. Follow up with Explode the Code or All About Reading, and you're all set!
    Rebekah D on Feb 6, 2016
    Used it for 15 years while homeschooling...now tutoring 2nd grader needing intervention, and I know it's a great resource!
    Deborah M on Dec 30, 2015
    This is the program I used to teach my daughter to read 25 years ago and it is the program we will use to teach my grandchildren to read.
    Robin E on Sep 3, 2017
    Recommended by a friend as well as the Ambleside Online Advisory.
    Casandra B on Aug 25, 2017
    is there a work book to go a long with this book?
    Adrienne R on Oct 20, 2015
    BEST ANSWER: No, there isn't. But one isn't needed. The only material needed besides the book is lined paper or a handwriting book for practicing letter writing. With each lesson, the author assigns a letter or two that has been introduced for handwriting practice. Within the lessons are prompts for the teacher/parent telling exactly what you are to say and ask.
    I've used this book for the past 13 years teaching all our children. It's been very easy and successful. The stories are a little goofy, but the technique is great! Really fast results and reading early on in the book.
    I highly recommend it.
    Good luck!
    Emily
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