It trains the skills that the brain engages to sort out the English code. Segmenting
Its activities are in keeping with how children learn best.
Each activity teaches children to integrate and use the motor, visual and auditory senses as they read and spell. This is done with real reading tasks so that children learn to use these skills naturally and automatically.
Children learn best as active participants in discovery. As the father of contemporary child development Jean Piaget said,
"The child only really understands that which he has created."So Phono-Graphix lessons engage the child in active discovery helping him to build up solid understanding of the nature of the code and to become adept at the skills needed to use it.