Jolly Phonics Case Studies

  Case Studies The Case Studies below show how schools around the world have used Jolly Phonics and the results they have achieved. Their success story is told in their own words. Phoenix Country Day School, Arizona, USA – How this school got their students reading & writing from Pre-K. Hillcrest Primary School, Perth, Australia – How this school increased the reading age of its students by up to 3 years. Tudor CEVC Primary School, Suffolk, UK  – How this school transformed its […]

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Review Of The Jolly Phonics And Grammar Programme

Read This Excellent Review Of The Jolly Phonics And Grammar Programme! We’re delighted to be able to share with you this wonderful review of our Jolly Phonics and Grammar Teacher’s and Student’s Books, as featured in Teach Reading & Writing magazine! ‘High quality curriculum materials’ that ‘deliver superb content’; we really couldn’t have put it any better ourselves. So what’s stopping you? Why not browse our full range of Teachers and Student Books and introduce ‘a fun and multi sensory […]

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Article about Jolly Phonics in “For Kids Entertainment”

  For longtime Breezy Mama readers, you may remember Katie helping us get our bodies back into shape post-baby. Today, since her kids are getting older (and staying in school longer days), Katie is doing less training and more of her “real” job of teaching. (Katie has a Multiple Subjects Credential and a Masters in Education.) She says that the Jolly Phonics program is “. . . the best I’ve seen in my 10 years of teaching in 3 different countries.” From Katie: […]

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Research published today in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General has shown that learning to read by sounding out words (a teaching method known as phonics) has a dramatic impact on the accuracy of reading aloud and comprehension. There has been intense debate concerning how children should be taught to read. Researchers from Royal Holloway, University of London and the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit tested whether learning to read by sounding out words is more effective than focusing […]

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