The BEST reading instruction available

Teach someone to read WELL
 
 
 
       

   

  

TEACH YOUR PRE-K CHILD HOW TO READ

Based upon National Education Standards

ArbeZ was written in

Three Volumes plus One

 First,  

ArbeZ ZebrA Teaches A to Z,

an innovative

   

picture book

that creates PRE-K READERS

plus the

  •      
  • that guides adults to fully prepare

    2-5 year olds to

    enter kindergarten with well developed skills

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  • It also includes

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  •    
  •                    Manipulativesanipal             
  • to make reading a
  • "hands on" activity

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  • The fourth volume is

  • our unique 166 page book of

  • blackline masters

  • that teach children to

    that teach childre

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  •      
  • Handwriting Begins with Art

  •   develops fine motor skills

  •           while strengthening             
  • left to right eye movements critical for reading
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Gain Literacy Materials help you teach someone to read well. 

All are created by

a teacher who spent decades helping children

GAIN LITERACY SKILLS
 
   

Ode to Parents and Teachers

of

God's Precious Little Ones:

Geniuses come in every size,

The small ones are really a prize.

Train those who are young,

Before school has begun,

And you will show

that you are quite wise!

Lynette GAIN Williams,

with a 

background in Special Education,

made sure that NO CHILD WAS EVER LEFT BEHIND.

ALL of her students reached their highest potential 

in reading, writing and spelling.  

Now that

she has begun to publish her books and materials,

children everywhere can begin to

reach their potential in literacy AT AN EARLY AGE

to

enter school ready to take off to whatever levels

their parents and teachers help them attain.

If you are responsible for small children, 

you ought to consider the need to instill

critical skills within them

while they are still under your care.

NOT ALL public, charter or private schools teach intensive phonics and correct letter formation

nor do they all help and

encourage children to rise to their highest potential.

    

It all depends upon the teacher

in front of the classroom.

Lynette and Paul Williams

If you have concerns about your child, write me a note at

gainliteracyskills@sbcglobal.net