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The turn around we needed
My daughter had struggled learning to read for 2 years. Every day she was miserable and often in tears. I did a lot of research and so many with stories like ours found success with AAR. It was super expensive so it took a long time to talk myself in to it. The first lesson my daughter had a completely new attitude about reading. She loves it and we're finally off to a great start on our journey to read.
February 21, 2018
Purchased
1 month ago
Amazing System!
Taps into the latest knowledge and research on how the brain learns to read! Very thorough, interactive, keeps children's attention, motivational, easy to follow and plenty of tricks, tips and other resources in case you run into trouble. Perfect for any child interested in learning to read. I would highly recommend this system to a friend.
August 2, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
This program is worth the effort
I have children with dyslexia tendencies, one of whom has what is known as “moderate-severe” dyslexia. My youngest has been struggling to learn to read, and because of several recent expenses I hesitated to buy this at first (I kept my older version but there were no longer any workbooks for that edition). We don’t have nearly as many tears with this program compared to standard phonics programs. Those of you with dyslexic children or children with learning difficulties will know what I mean. There are no grades, just stickers to show when a lesson is completed. All that being said, the set up will take you some time, especially if you are new to the program. You will need an index card file box and place to store tiles for future lessons as they are introduced. After the set up, there is really no preparation needed. However, you must interact with your student for the whole lesson. This isn’t the kind of program where your child will be taught the lesson and then complete the assignment on their own. It doesn’t have to take long. You can take as many days to complete a lesson as needed. In summary, I use this program because it has been the best fit for my children. It is gentle, engaging, thorough, and user friendly. It does require parent involvement, but it is a reasonable amount of time, especially if you have a struggling reader who will need assistance no matter what program you use.
November 9, 2017
Purchased
4 months ago
My daughter loves it.
We are enjoying this program so far. My daughter takes the reader book and reads to herself. She's already way ahead of the other program we were using.
November 8, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
LOVE All About Reading!
AAR has been a welcome curriculum change for my 1st grader with Sensory Processing Disorder. Any learning style will benefit from this multi-sensory approach. It has made learning to read fun in our home, AND he is actually learning and applying what we learn to words he sees in the world.
September 30, 2017
Purchased
5 months ago
Great for young reader
I bought this for my 4 year old son. He really likes the sticker chart and stories he can read. We already had a ziggy puppet and that has been wonderful because he loves "helping" ziggy. We are 15 lessons in and having fun. I would recommend the program.
May 14, 2017
Purchased
10 months ago
Love it!
I have used AAR before. Easy to use, my kids love it, and if they love it and understand it, then I will continue with this.
July 11, 2017
Purchased
11 months ago
Excellent Program!
I think this is the best reading program on the market. My daughter was struggling to learn to read with other methods but this program really worked for her.
July 14, 2017
Purchased
8 months ago
Easy to use and my student loves it!
November 13, 2017
Purchased
4 months ago
I would recommend this to go with the All About Reading Level 1.
July 25, 2017
Purchased
9 months ago
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Why did you choose this?
Rainbow Resource Center Store
this is a very highly recommended reading source for children that are having difficulty learning to read or those with dyslexia.
Sarah L on Feb 22, 2018
recommended for dyslexics
Janette M on Feb 14, 2018
this is a very highly recommended reading source for children that are having difficulty learning to read or those with dyslexia.
Sarah L on Feb 22, 2018
Curriculum recommendation from a family member, to be used for teaching an academically gifted 3-year-old how to read!
Serena C on Feb 20, 2018
recommended for dyslexics
Janette M on Feb 14, 2018
I heard it was a great program for those with dyslexia.
Sandra P on Feb 6, 2018
I've used this curriculum with my other children and loved it! They are excellent readers and the issues we were having with dyslexia are all behind us now.
Shannon H on Feb 5, 2018
we have loved the pre reading resource and are looking forward to starting level 1
William S on Jan 29, 2018
I’ve heard many good things about it.
Betsey P on Jan 25, 2018
To help my son read or to try and help him read better.
Joseph G on Jan 22, 2018
for my son who has auditory processing issues
Veronica S on Jan 22, 2018
Hoping my reluctant reader (2nd grader) will like this program better than other things we tried.
Svetlana K on Jan 19, 2018
My daughter is having trouble learning how to read and she displays many of the characteristics of someone with dyslexia. This program came highly recommended for struggling readers and children with dyslexia for its systematic approach. I'm looking forward to trying this program with her.
Kerry B on Jan 18, 2018
I love the All About Spelling program and wanted to try the reading program for my struggling reader.
Daniel P on Jan 12, 2018
We loved the Pre-Reading Set and the All About Spelling books with my older children. I'm sure these books will live up to the All About standards.
Amanda W on Jan 10, 2018
recommended
Glenn W on Jan 6, 2018
After doing much research. I found this curriculum to be best for my child.
Tifphany P on Jan 2, 2018
Great program
christy n on Jan 1, 2018
this was suggested by many other homeschool moms online. I figured I would try it to see if it made learning to read easier
mary b on Dec 29, 2017
Same as above - heard wonderful things about curriculum and have friends who use it.
Jessie on Dec 15, 2017
Child struggling with reading, needed something new
Hannah N on Dec 14, 2017
To help get a head start on homeschooling for my youngest son.
Melissa W on Dec 13, 2017
I used this with my first child and loved it; but wanted to get the second edition for my second child because I really like the second edition improvements.
Rachel O on Dec 11, 2017
I've read glowing reviews about AAR Level 1, and now I can agree with all of them. This reading program has been a huge blessing to our family. Now all three of my girls will be able to use this program over the years to learn to read.
Melissa S on Dec 9, 2017
I have a struggling reader who is dyslexic and upon a lot of research chose this reading program to help her with reading due to the high reviews.
Amber D on Nov 30, 2017
After trying a "learn to read" type curriculum, my son is still very frustrated. I am hoping this AAR will help him have fun learning to read again!
Becca W on Nov 30, 2017
I purchased this program at the suggestion of a certified dyslexia teacher for my 6yo son who intensely dislikes the other program we've been struggling thru. I am hopeful the colorful and fun look of AAR catches his attention better!
Elizabeth N on Nov 28, 2017
It was recommended by a homeschooling mom who also has a child with dyslexia.
Rebecca H on Nov 23, 2017
My daughter is dyslexic and All About Reading was highly suggested for her. :)
Sarah H on Nov 16, 2017
I was recommended this program from multiple sources and after trying out many other programs, this was the one that finally worked. It is very comprehensive and my child enjoys the hands on elements.
Elizabeth L on Nov 7, 2017
Need a reading curriculum that has more emphasis on phonics for my first grader.
Angie R on Nov 7, 2017
I have used them in the past and love them
Kelly B on Nov 6, 2017
I use AAS for an older child and it has proven to be very effective, user friendly and organized. We just finished AAR pre-k and it was gentle, fun and enjoyed very much by my kindergartener.
Matthew D on Nov 6, 2017
We have used AAR level 2 and 3 and have loved it. We want to use this now with our younger daughter. I love the systematic and easy approach.
Laura P on Oct 28, 2017
Love AAR
Erica C on Oct 27, 2017
Using all about reading pre reading level. Ready for next level
Jennifer H on Oct 22, 2017
To use for our homeschool curriculum.
Lori U on Oct 17, 2017
After doing lots of research and praying. This appears to be the best program to help my struggling reader.
Natalie P on Oct 6, 2017
Heard great things about this program looks all encompassing with a lot of review.
HALEY K on Oct 5, 2017
I like the direct teaching and that there is a sequence. I also like the hands on activities.
Joy D on Sep 30, 2017
Making a switch one month into another reading program. Wasn't keeping my son's attention. This program has many excellent reviews and starts kids off with a few sounds that can form real words. Success early on!
Elaine W on Sep 28, 2017
My son has Dyslexia and I've read it is a good reading program to help him.
Lorraine C on Sep 26, 2017
a friend recommended it to me
April C on Sep 20, 2017
We loved All About Reading Pre Reading and my daughter is ready to advance to level 1.
Kristin F on Sep 19, 2017
My 6 year old wasn't catching on to reading by herself even though she knows all the letter sounds. This was recommended by a friend and it is doing the trick!
Angela M on Sep 15, 2017
Reviews and personal recommendations
Vanessa K on Sep 13, 2017
Recommended by Rainbow Resource for a complete, easy to teach phonics program.
Amanda W on Sep 13, 2017
Has been highly recommended by friends, and it seems like it fits the level that my son is at right now!
Tess D on Sep 12, 2017
It looks like a very solid, easy to follow phonics program. Several friends have recommended this to me as welll.
Alisha G on Sep 7, 2017
Using for K. Good reviews, easy to use.
Jennifer R on Sep 7, 2017
Great program, worked really well with my hard to teach son!
Megan S on Sep 6, 2017
We love All About Spelling for my older student, so I am confidant All About Reading will give my younger student a great start with reading.
Christine S on Sep 5, 2017
Curriculum recommendation from a family member, to be used for teaching an academically gifted 3-year-old how to read!
Serena C on Feb 20, 2018
I heard it was a great program for those with dyslexia.
Sandra P on Feb 6, 2018
Is there a list of each of the items included in a given product somewhere? Not just a picture, but a written list? Shouldn't that be in the description of the product?
A shopper on Jun 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: We do try to have a list of the set components with each product listing. However, this is a very new item and we don't yet have a list attached to this item. However, the components are the same as the previous edition - it's just that some of those components have been revised. Set components: Includes Teacher's Manual, Student Packet w/ Activity Book, Run, Bug, Run!, Runt Pig, and Cobweb the Cat.
Can I use the 1st edition teacher's manual that I already own with the 2nd addition Blast Off to Reading student workbook?
A shopper on Apr 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Can I mix and match editions of the Level 1 Teacher's Manual, Student Packet, activity book, and readers?
A. The two editions of Level 1 cannot be mixed and matched. Since so much new content was added to the Second Edition of Level 1, it would be very difficult to use part of it in conjunction with the First Edition of Level 1. For example, you can't use the First Edition of the Teacher's Manual with the Second Edition readers.
Is this program for Kindergarten?
Sylvia M on Jun 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You can check out the placement charts on the All About Reading Website to see which level your child is ready for. All About Reading is not grade-based, it is based on what your child is ready for, it doesn't matter what age or grade they are in. If your child knows the sounds for the basic phonograms, and is ready to learn to read, then this would probably be the level to start with.
My almost 5 year old knows all of his sounds and is already reading phonetic words. We just started working on 5 sight words with a game and flashcards. what level do you suggest he starts in? thanks! :-)
A shopper on Dec 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: If you look at the table of contents it’ll give you an idea of if you can skip level one and go to two or not. I’d go with level one. My daughter was able to sound out basic cvc words but I went with level one bc it’s builds a good foundation of not just sounding out words but also building stamina to read longer stories. The first 1/4 might be review for you like they were for us but I’m glad we did it. We have about 10 more lessons and theres quite a bit in the last half she didn’t know and the stories have gotten longer and longer. Hope that helps!
I plan to use this for two students. What items do I need to purchase separately?
A shopper on Sep 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I am using it only for one student and he hasn't gotten that far into it yet; however, if you are using AAR Level 1 for two students at the same time, the only items that you should need two of are the phonogram and word cards, divider cards, and reading review box (I use a generic index card holder that I got from an office supply shop as I got the basic kit). You can copy the activity book pages (I checked the copyright information inside it when I first got it and it's permitted); however, if you don't have a copier, you might be able to still get by without ordering a second one if you modify some activities (i.e. don't paste when it says cut and paste), but it'd be easier to buy two. As for the progress chart and completion certificate that come in the activity book, you can print out a second copy from the AAR website if you don't have a copier.
We've taken the placement tests, but I'm not sure whether we need Level 1 or 2. My son is fine with ALL of level 1's questions, and only missing two on Level 2. We completed Saxon K Phonics. Which level would you suggest?
A shopper on Jun 14, 2017
All About Reading Level 1 Materials (2nd Edition)
All About Reading Level 1 Materials (2nd Edition)
All About Reading Level 2 Student Packet - 3rd Edition
All About Reading Level 2 Student Packet - 3rd Edition
BEST ANSWER: If your student has a solid grasp of short and long vowel sounds, consonant blends, and is already reading simple sentences independently, I would recommend starting with level 2. Hope this helps!
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    5.0 / 5.0
    15 Reviews
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    The turn around we needed
    My daughter had struggled learning to read for 2 years. Every day she was miserable and often in tears. I did a lot of research and so many with stories like ours found success with AAR. It was super expensive so it took a long time to talk myself in to it. The first lesson my daughter had a completely new attitude about reading. She loves it and we're finally off to a great start on our journey to read.
    February 21, 2018
    Purchased
    1 month ago
    Amazing System!
    Taps into the latest knowledge and research on how the brain learns to read! Very thorough, interactive, keeps children's attention, motivational, easy to follow and plenty of tricks, tips and other resources in case you run into trouble. Perfect for any child interested in learning to read. I would highly recommend this system to a friend.
    August 2, 2016
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    This program is worth the effort
    I have children with dyslexia tendencies, one of whom has what is known as “moderate-severe” dyslexia. My youngest has been struggling to learn to read, and because of several recent expenses I hesitated to buy this at first (I kept my older version but there were no longer any workbooks for that edition). We don’t have nearly as many tears with this program compared to standard phonics programs. Those of you with dyslexic children or children with learning difficulties will know what I mean. There are no grades, just stickers to show when a lesson is completed. All that being said, the set up will take you some time, especially if you are new to the program. You will need an index card file box and place to store tiles for future lessons as they are introduced. After the set up, there is really no preparation needed. However, you must interact with your student for the whole lesson. This isn’t the kind of program where your child will be taught the lesson and then complete the assignment on their own. It doesn’t have to take long. You can take as many days to complete a lesson as needed. In summary, I use this program because it has been the best fit for my children. It is gentle, engaging, thorough, and user friendly. It does require parent involvement, but it is a reasonable amount of time, especially if you have a struggling reader who will need assistance no matter what program you use.
    November 9, 2017
    Purchased
    4 months ago
    My daughter loves it.
    We are enjoying this program so far. My daughter takes the reader book and reads to herself. She's already way ahead of the other program we were using.
    November 8, 2016
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    LOVE All About Reading!
    AAR has been a welcome curriculum change for my 1st grader with Sensory Processing Disorder. Any learning style will benefit from this multi-sensory approach. It has made learning to read fun in our home, AND he is actually learning and applying what we learn to words he sees in the world.
    September 30, 2017
    Purchased
    5 months ago
    Great for young reader
    I bought this for my 4 year old son. He really likes the sticker chart and stories he can read. We already had a ziggy puppet and that has been wonderful because he loves "helping" ziggy. We are 15 lessons in and having fun. I would recommend the program.
    May 14, 2017
    Purchased
    10 months ago
    Love it!
    I have used AAR before. Easy to use, my kids love it, and if they love it and understand it, then I will continue with this.
    July 11, 2017
    Purchased
    11 months ago
    Excellent Program!
    I think this is the best reading program on the market. My daughter was struggling to learn to read with other methods but this program really worked for her.
    July 14, 2017
    Purchased
    8 months ago
    Easy to use and my student loves it!
    November 13, 2017
    Purchased
    4 months ago
    I would recommend this to go with the All About Reading Level 1.
    July 25, 2017
    Purchased
    9 months ago
  • Q & A
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    Why did you choose this?
    Rainbow Resource Center Store
    this is a very highly recommended reading source for children that are having difficulty learning to read or those with dyslexia.
    Sarah L on Feb 22, 2018
    recommended for dyslexics
    Janette M on Feb 14, 2018
    this is a very highly recommended reading source for children that are having difficulty learning to read or those with dyslexia.
    Sarah L on Feb 22, 2018
    Curriculum recommendation from a family member, to be used for teaching an academically gifted 3-year-old how to read!
    Serena C on Feb 20, 2018
    recommended for dyslexics
    Janette M on Feb 14, 2018
    I heard it was a great program for those with dyslexia.
    Sandra P on Feb 6, 2018
    I've used this curriculum with my other children and loved it! They are excellent readers and the issues we were having with dyslexia are all behind us now.
    Shannon H on Feb 5, 2018
    we have loved the pre reading resource and are looking forward to starting level 1
    William S on Jan 29, 2018
    I’ve heard many good things about it.
    Betsey P on Jan 25, 2018
    To help my son read or to try and help him read better.
    Joseph G on Jan 22, 2018
    for my son who has auditory processing issues
    Veronica S on Jan 22, 2018
    Hoping my reluctant reader (2nd grader) will like this program better than other things we tried.
    Svetlana K on Jan 19, 2018
    My daughter is having trouble learning how to read and she displays many of the characteristics of someone with dyslexia. This program came highly recommended for struggling readers and children with dyslexia for its systematic approach. I'm looking forward to trying this program with her.
    Kerry B on Jan 18, 2018
    I love the All About Spelling program and wanted to try the reading program for my struggling reader.
    Daniel P on Jan 12, 2018
    We loved the Pre-Reading Set and the All About Spelling books with my older children. I'm sure these books will live up to the All About standards.
    Amanda W on Jan 10, 2018
    recommended
    Glenn W on Jan 6, 2018
    After doing much research. I found this curriculum to be best for my child.
    Tifphany P on Jan 2, 2018
    Great program
    christy n on Jan 1, 2018
    this was suggested by many other homeschool moms online. I figured I would try it to see if it made learning to read easier
    mary b on Dec 29, 2017
    Same as above - heard wonderful things about curriculum and have friends who use it.
    Jessie on Dec 15, 2017
    Child struggling with reading, needed something new
    Hannah N on Dec 14, 2017
    To help get a head start on homeschooling for my youngest son.
    Melissa W on Dec 13, 2017
    I used this with my first child and loved it; but wanted to get the second edition for my second child because I really like the second edition improvements.
    Rachel O on Dec 11, 2017
    I've read glowing reviews about AAR Level 1, and now I can agree with all of them. This reading program has been a huge blessing to our family. Now all three of my girls will be able to use this program over the years to learn to read.
    Melissa S on Dec 9, 2017
    I have a struggling reader who is dyslexic and upon a lot of research chose this reading program to help her with reading due to the high reviews.
    Amber D on Nov 30, 2017
    After trying a "learn to read" type curriculum, my son is still very frustrated. I am hoping this AAR will help him have fun learning to read again!
    Becca W on Nov 30, 2017
    I purchased this program at the suggestion of a certified dyslexia teacher for my 6yo son who intensely dislikes the other program we've been struggling thru. I am hopeful the colorful and fun look of AAR catches his attention better!
    Elizabeth N on Nov 28, 2017
    It was recommended by a homeschooling mom who also has a child with dyslexia.
    Rebecca H on Nov 23, 2017
    My daughter is dyslexic and All About Reading was highly suggested for her. :)
    Sarah H on Nov 16, 2017
    I was recommended this program from multiple sources and after trying out many other programs, this was the one that finally worked. It is very comprehensive and my child enjoys the hands on elements.
    Elizabeth L on Nov 7, 2017
    Need a reading curriculum that has more emphasis on phonics for my first grader.
    Angie R on Nov 7, 2017
    I have used them in the past and love them
    Kelly B on Nov 6, 2017
    I use AAS for an older child and it has proven to be very effective, user friendly and organized. We just finished AAR pre-k and it was gentle, fun and enjoyed very much by my kindergartener.
    Matthew D on Nov 6, 2017
    We have used AAR level 2 and 3 and have loved it. We want to use this now with our younger daughter. I love the systematic and easy approach.
    Laura P on Oct 28, 2017
    Love AAR
    Erica C on Oct 27, 2017
    Using all about reading pre reading level. Ready for next level
    Jennifer H on Oct 22, 2017
    To use for our homeschool curriculum.
    Lori U on Oct 17, 2017
    After doing lots of research and praying. This appears to be the best program to help my struggling reader.
    Natalie P on Oct 6, 2017
    Heard great things about this program looks all encompassing with a lot of review.
    HALEY K on Oct 5, 2017
    I like the direct teaching and that there is a sequence. I also like the hands on activities.
    Joy D on Sep 30, 2017
    Making a switch one month into another reading program. Wasn't keeping my son's attention. This program has many excellent reviews and starts kids off with a few sounds that can form real words. Success early on!
    Elaine W on Sep 28, 2017
    My son has Dyslexia and I've read it is a good reading program to help him.
    Lorraine C on Sep 26, 2017
    a friend recommended it to me
    April C on Sep 20, 2017
    We loved All About Reading Pre Reading and my daughter is ready to advance to level 1.
    Kristin F on Sep 19, 2017
    My 6 year old wasn't catching on to reading by herself even though she knows all the letter sounds. This was recommended by a friend and it is doing the trick!
    Angela M on Sep 15, 2017
    Reviews and personal recommendations
    Vanessa K on Sep 13, 2017
    Recommended by Rainbow Resource for a complete, easy to teach phonics program.
    Amanda W on Sep 13, 2017
    Has been highly recommended by friends, and it seems like it fits the level that my son is at right now!
    Tess D on Sep 12, 2017
    It looks like a very solid, easy to follow phonics program. Several friends have recommended this to me as welll.
    Alisha G on Sep 7, 2017
    Using for K. Good reviews, easy to use.
    Jennifer R on Sep 7, 2017
    Great program, worked really well with my hard to teach son!
    Megan S on Sep 6, 2017
    We love All About Spelling for my older student, so I am confidant All About Reading will give my younger student a great start with reading.
    Christine S on Sep 5, 2017
    Curriculum recommendation from a family member, to be used for teaching an academically gifted 3-year-old how to read!
    Serena C on Feb 20, 2018
    I heard it was a great program for those with dyslexia.
    Sandra P on Feb 6, 2018
    Is there a list of each of the items included in a given product somewhere? Not just a picture, but a written list? Shouldn't that be in the description of the product?
    A shopper on Jun 22, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: We do try to have a list of the set components with each product listing. However, this is a very new item and we don't yet have a list attached to this item. However, the components are the same as the previous edition - it's just that some of those components have been revised. Set components: Includes Teacher's Manual, Student Packet w/ Activity Book, Run, Bug, Run!, Runt Pig, and Cobweb the Cat.
    Can I use the 1st edition teacher's manual that I already own with the 2nd addition Blast Off to Reading student workbook?
    A shopper on Apr 25, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Can I mix and match editions of the Level 1 Teacher's Manual, Student Packet, activity book, and readers?
    A. The two editions of Level 1 cannot be mixed and matched. Since so much new content was added to the Second Edition of Level 1, it would be very difficult to use part of it in conjunction with the First Edition of Level 1. For example, you can't use the First Edition of the Teacher's Manual with the Second Edition readers.
    Is this program for Kindergarten?
    Sylvia M on Jun 7, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: You can check out the placement charts on the All About Reading Website to see which level your child is ready for. All About Reading is not grade-based, it is based on what your child is ready for, it doesn't matter what age or grade they are in. If your child knows the sounds for the basic phonograms, and is ready to learn to read, then this would probably be the level to start with.
    My almost 5 year old knows all of his sounds and is already reading phonetic words. We just started working on 5 sight words with a game and flashcards. what level do you suggest he starts in? thanks! :-)
    A shopper on Dec 16, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: If you look at the table of contents it’ll give you an idea of if you can skip level one and go to two or not. I’d go with level one. My daughter was able to sound out basic cvc words but I went with level one bc it’s builds a good foundation of not just sounding out words but also building stamina to read longer stories. The first 1/4 might be review for you like they were for us but I’m glad we did it. We have about 10 more lessons and theres quite a bit in the last half she didn’t know and the stories have gotten longer and longer. Hope that helps!
    I plan to use this for two students. What items do I need to purchase separately?
    A shopper on Sep 3, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: I am using it only for one student and he hasn't gotten that far into it yet; however, if you are using AAR Level 1 for two students at the same time, the only items that you should need two of are the phonogram and word cards, divider cards, and reading review box (I use a generic index card holder that I got from an office supply shop as I got the basic kit). You can copy the activity book pages (I checked the copyright information inside it when I first got it and it's permitted); however, if you don't have a copier, you might be able to still get by without ordering a second one if you modify some activities (i.e. don't paste when it says cut and paste), but it'd be easier to buy two. As for the progress chart and completion certificate that come in the activity book, you can print out a second copy from the AAR website if you don't have a copier.
    We've taken the placement tests, but I'm not sure whether we need Level 1 or 2. My son is fine with ALL of level 1's questions, and only missing two on Level 2. We completed Saxon K Phonics. Which level would you suggest?
    A shopper on Jun 14, 2017
    All About Reading Level 1 Materials (2nd Edition)
    All About Reading Level 1 Materials (2nd Edition)
    All About Reading Level 2 Student Packet - 3rd Edition
    All About Reading Level 2 Student Packet - 3rd Edition
    BEST ANSWER: If your student has a solid grasp of short and long vowel sounds, consonant blends, and is already reading simple sentences independently, I would recommend starting with level 2. Hope this helps!
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