All About Reading Review

Let’s talk about teaching reading today, okay?

I’ve homeschooled for eleven years, and in the process have taught five of my seven children how to read. I’ve used countless programs, materials, dvds, and more and still reading and phonics became one of those subjects that in the beginning was exciting but towards the middle became met with groans.

Enter All About Reading.

First, I’m just going to gush – I love this program. It has changed my perception on teaching reading and I actually {gasp} look forward to our All About Reading {produced by All About Learning} lessons. And, to make it even better, my Caleb, who is six, loves his All About Reading times as well.

He asks to start his academic day with All About Reading.

I honestly cannot think of a better – we love this product endorsement – than having your six year old beg to do just another lesson or can we start with this, please? type of endorsement.

But, now, some nitty-gritty for you moms out there. I can hear the questions, they’re questions that I ask as well, like do they learn their letter sounds correctly? and how can phonics be fun? and is it thorough? All About Reading is a multisensory program – meaning that learning is made through touch, sight, and sound. All of this reinforces the essential skills for your readers. All About Reading teaches five essential skills – Phonological Awareness, Phonics and Decoding, Fluency, Vocabulary, and Comprehension {taken from their website}.

So often I’ve worked through reading programs with my children that have worked on certain aspects of each of these skills and they separate them out into different components. With All About Reading these skills are seamlessly integrated in each lesson. No longer is vocabulary or comprehension isolated, but rather they are part of every day study. I believe teaching comprehension right away strengthens readers – and the comprehension/discussion questions are fun, enjoyable, and provide this enjoyable time of discussion and interaction each day.

Best of all? My kids enjoy and love working through the lessons. And they’re proud of how they’re reading. Oh yeah, and they love using these fabulous magnetic tiles. It makes learning fun!

Here’s what is in the Level 1 Kit – Level 1 Teacher’s Manual, Level 1 Student Packet, Run, Bug, Run! and The Runt Pig and Cobweb the Cat {decodable readers}. A note on the materials – these are high quality, well-made books. The readers are beautiful hardcover books. One thing that I’ve discovered about early readers is that there is a sense of accomplishment when they can read a chapter book – these hardcover readers are set up like a chapter books – and this builds up confidence in those readers.

You will also need an Interactive Kit. For this review I received the Deluxe which includes: letter tiles with magnets, the Basic Phonograms CD-Rom {this is essential}, Reading Divider Cards, Reading Review Box, Star Stickers {consumable} and Tote Bag. I’m telling you, I love the bag as it keeps our materials together so I don’t have that where’s the reader or the star sticker type of panic in the beginning of our school day. Get the bag {you can see it on the top of the post}. 🙂

Final note – Caleb, who was already reading a bit, has almost finished level one and we’ll be moving onto Level Two in the fall. Now, my  four year old Elijah, will be starting Level One in the fall {or sooner as he’s so excited}. All I have to order is an additional student set and we’re good to go. Easy!

Finally, here’s a short video of my Caleb reading. Watch the delight on his face – thank you All About Learning. 🙂


All About Reading is part of All About Learning Press. On my personal blog – Finding Joy – I’ve got another review & giveaway up today for All About Spelling. I love this product just as much as I love All About Reading. I can honestly tell you that this is my favorite reading and spelling series ever. So, after you leave a lovely comment here telling us about your experiences with All About Reading or a question or a Cool I need to get it, pop on over to my blog Finding Joy to read my review on All About Spelling and enter the giveaway.

Thank you All About Learning for your amazing product and for being a sponsor for Hip Homeschool Moms. We, as a team, are grateful for you. And I, as a homeschooling mom, am very grateful for your amazing products and excellent company.

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Check out All About Learning’s Reading Resource Center and download the Free Reading e-books for your beginning reader. Along with the Deluxe version mentioned, All About Reading can be used with the Basic Reading Interactive Kit. For younger kids, check out the Pre-Reading Program (Level Pre-1).

Rachel lives in the half-a-year frozen land of Minnesota. She’s a Christian home schooling momma to seven fabulous kids, and is the wife to an amazing cancer-surviving husband. In January 2011 her youngest son, Samuel, was diagnosed with Celiac Disease so you’ll also find her passionate about gluten free living and Celiac Disease awareness. Between home schooling, blogging, running her family, and, of course, drinking coffee, you’ll also find her driving her girls to classical ballet or her boys to soccer. She’s passionate about seeking joy and living a faith filled, intentional life. You can find Rachel blogging at Finding Joy


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  1. I have a 6yr old that’s going into the 1st grade. He loves to read and does his best to sound out words. I also have a 3yr old that’s starting to learn her ABC’s and the sounds they make. We would LOVE to use this program! I think it would help us out tremendously.

  2. AAR would be perfect for my DD. I keep eyeing it, but my budget is maxed right now…as usual 🙂

  3. Everyone I know that has tried All About Reading/Spelling LOVE it. I’m hoping it will help me teach my little one to read soon! 🙂

  4. I have a six year old that hates reading he cries every time he has to do phonics. This is his first year of school so since he learned nothing in phonics this year beside his ABC’s not there sound. I am looking for a program to start all back over this comming year and we would love to use this one. I believe this would help a great deal.

  5. I have a 7 year old specail needs daughter that I have struggles with the concept of reading. While she is able to sound each letter out, she runs into a stone wall when combining the sounds together to form a word. She is a kinesthetic learner which poses another issues as phonics is not a kinesthetic friendly subject. I am always on the look out for new methods to try.

  6. My little guy is struggling with his beginning reading and have heard so many wonderful things about AAR that I would love to use it with him to help him gain confidence in his reading ability.

  7. I’ve taught my oldest to read who is going into 3rd grade and now I’m starting on my 5 year old. I would love to be able to try this program out as he is not so enthusiastic about taking the time to learn. He wants to read, but gets easily bored when we start on it lol.

  8. I have a daughter that will be starting K in the fall and an older son that is struggling with reading.

  9. I have a son who will be 5 in a few months and already loves reading words we have been practicing and loves trying to sound out words and read things himself.

  10. I love love love All About Spelling. We are on level two and using the All About Reading level two readers. I taught public school for 11 years and this is the best program I’ve found! My daughter and I love it!

  11. I have a 5 year old who would love this program. The cool tiles seem like the perfect way for him to learn.

  12. My youngest will be 5 in the fall and is just now finishing Pre-Reading AAR. Winning Level One of AAR would be a wonderful thing because the majority of our homeschool budget has to go to my older childrens’ more expensive curricula.

  13. AAR looks like such a great program and I have been wanting to try it with my children. I really like that it is a multisensory program, and that just makes sense to me, but is tough to find in a reading program.

  14. It’s my birthday! What better reason to win an excellent reading program for my 1st grade son?! It will be put to good use because I have a two year coming up right behind him!

  15. I have one who is reading fairly well, and one who is about to begin reading. I have seen this material because a friend has it. I looked at another program that uses the orton gillingham method, but it’s super duper expensive. My oldest (who reads well) does not have the the decoding and spelling skills I would like for her to have. So I’ve been on the prowl for a good program. I really like AAR and think it would be a good review for my oldest and a good start for my youngest. Plus, they have another sibling who will be reading in a few years … so it would be nice to have this for her too!

  16. I love All About Spelling!!! They didn’t have All About Reading when I started teaching my son. But I have another son that will start school in a few years and I will DEFINITELY use AAR!!!!

  17. My 5 year old son has some developmental delays. I’ve been looking for a program that would make learning to read a joyful experience for him. Sounds like I need to look into this program. Thanks for your review. Hope we win!

  18. I get to tackle the blessing of teaching my youngest son who will be 5 in Aug to read this fall. This would be a great blessing to us.

  19. I LOVE All About Spelling. I have used EVERY reading program under the sun (because of 2 struggling readers). For #4, I would LOVE to try out this program!!! Thanks for this review!! 😉

  20. My youngest will be 4 in July and is reading some small words. This would be great to start with her in the Fall!

  21. I am a new homeschooling mom. I have a 6 year old boy who is less than passionate about reading, after a very bad kindergarten experience. I would LOVE to have this program in our home. Hopefully, it could renew a love of learning in my son.

  22. I have a 6 year old who has struggled with reading this year as many beginning readers do, but it is finally starting to click with him and he is able to read words in some his favorite books which is very motivating. We will be starting All ABout Spelling next year and I am very excited to see him progress even farther!

  23. My son is ready to start reading. He watches me do All About Spelling with his older brother and always wants to jump in. I know he’d love this!

  24. My daughter and I have been working on phonics and some early readers, but besides some sight word memorization, she still seems to take a minute to “flow” with her reading.

  25. My 5 year old Ds picked up sight words quickly. I’ve tried introducing phonics and he gives me the “p-sha” look. My 2 year old Ds picks up on everything his big brother does, so he’s not too far behind. I’ve been eyeing this program for awhile and would be blessed to win!

  26. My 7yo son is still not interested in reading storybooks on his own and I believe it’s because he lacks confidence in his reading ability. This program would help fill some holes, I think.

  27. I have 4 year twin girls that would love this. I do not homeschool officially (yet) but this would be so great to add to our day!

  28. I’m desperate to find something to teach my 8 y.o. son to read. I don’t know if level 1 would be right for him or not but he swears he can’t read a thing (he can read a little). He HATES reading and has made me hate teaching him reading. 🙁

  29. I would love this. I have 3 dyslexic kids, and I’ve already spent so much money trying to teach them to read. I’m wondering if this would work.

  30. I have a son in K who can read very basic readers but HATES our current program so is currently refusing to read to me. Although I do find him trying to read to himself. I have a almost 4 yr old who knows the sounds for most letters and thanks to hearing her brother can spell a few words. I SO want a program she will enjoy!!

  31. I hope to teach my 4-year-old son to read this summer and I’ve heard wonderful things about this program.

  32. I have a soon to be first grader who is working on reading. The current program, that worked for my son, is not working as well for my daughter. This looks like her type of program.

  33. I have a 7 year old who is reading pretty well and an almost 4 year old who I believe would love this program!

  34. It sounds great to have one curriculum for reading that covers so many aspects of how kids learn to read. I know my little guy starting kindergarten next fall could sure benefit from All About Reading!

  35. the ones that would be using this program would be a 5 yr old, Zaporah, and a 7 yr old Toby… last month i was helping to homeschool them when their mom was trying to get them back on schedule… I found that the 5 yr old (girl) was way ahead of the 7 yr old. It was very hard each day for me as she was already starting to read and I had to work slower with the 7 yr old, and he was also very frustrated that his younger sister was going way past him… Both this program for reading and the other one for spelling would help in teaching both of them so much, and allow both their mom and I, when I am helping out, to have a great program to work with. Thanks so much for a great review and giveaway opp.
    Cathy B pbprojecthope at yahoodotcom

  36. I have a son who is 5 and a daughter who is 4. My son is just now starting to learn to read and my daughter is learning her letters and the sounds that each letter makes. I would love to win this giveaway! I looks like so much fun!

  37. I have a 5 year old son and he would love this! We have had heard wonderful feedback about this program and it would be great to win.
    Thanks so much,

  38. My little man is preschool-age and LOVES all things letters and books. He “reads” to himself and can identify many letters when I say their name or phonic sound. I’m so interested in this program for when he is ready to read. Thanks for this great review!

  39. My soon to be 5 year old LOVES to be read to! He knows many sight words and tries to sound out every word, but I have not yet taught him the rules of reading! Would love to win!!

  40. I’m ready to try something new in teaching my two girls to read. Would sincerely be blessed to win this.

  41. My 4.5 year old is at the beginning stages of reading and is having a great time and I’m having a great time teaching him. It has been a wonderful experience so far! Thanks for this review!!

  42. My little ones are not quite ready to learn how to read! However, I am starting to look for just the right program to use for them. I have twins! So I am sure it will be a fun challenge 🙂

  43. I so would love this! My son is going to start reading in the fall and I know he would love this hands on approach!

  44. I have a 1rst grader who has just caught on to reading pretty well, but this would be perfect to give her a little extra stability in that area I think. Also with younger ones coming up I could use it for them too! Thanks for the giveaway.

  45. This will be our first year of homeschooling and I would LOVE To win All about Reading. I am planning on using All about Spelling.

  46. My early reader is only 3.5 but he’s really into books and starting to sound out words so we are starting to look for a program to help him. This program looks fantastic.

  47. I have a preschool and I have been looking a reading programs to use with her when she is ready.

  48. Next year will be our first year homeschooling! I am overwhelmed with the choices out there! My youngest is eager to learn how to read like his brothers so this program would be great!

  49. My daughter will be five at the end of the month. We did pre-K with another program, but during the year, I discovered AAL via some of the blogs I follow. I’ve heard nothing but wonderful things! My daughter has been very successful so far with her reading, and I feel confident she’ll excel even more with this program!

  50. After using AAS for my older ones, I’ve been wanting this set so much for my almost 5 year old! Winning this set would be an absolute blessing!

  51. This would be great to win!!!! My #2 kiddo is really struggling with learning to read. I think this would help.

  52. I just recently heard about All About Reading from a friend and am trying to dig up everything I can on it. So far I have only heard positive reviews so looking forward to starting this with my kids his fall.

  53. I’ll be homeschooling our oldest daughter, Claire (5) starting this summer. I adore all of the All About Learning curriculums and I know we would love All About Spelling – I’ve heard nothing but rave reviews!

  54. My 5 year old is enjoying learning how to read & I think this would be great for him! He gets so excited about learning & I don’t want that to stop!

  55. I have a little one turning four who can’t get enough of books. I would love to utilize this as we begin the learning to read process.

  56. My 3 and 4-year-old girls are really curious about reading. They keep asking me how to spell this, how to spell that! I would love to try this!

  57. Would love to have this for my little guy. We are working through AAR Pre-1 now, would love to have this ready for when we finish.

  58. My little one turns four this summer and is not reading, but I would love to get her started on the right track! I am seriously looking into purchasing the Pre-1 Level for this year, and would use the Level 1 next year. Thanks for the chance to win!

  59. I have two young readers right now. A 6 year old and a 4 year old. Their sister loves books but she is only 19 months and has a bit to go yet.

  60. I have a seven year old that struggles with reading. This sounds wonderful for him.
    He gets so upset with himself about reading. We are on an extremely tight budget.
    This would be such a blessing to him and our family.

  61. I have a 6th grader that loves to read. I then have a 3rd grader that is struggling. She has dyslexia and works very hard. This program seems awesome. I also have a 2nd grader that this would be a great blessing for!

  62. With a 5, 3, and 1 year old we are just beginning our reading adventures. I would live to win this.

  63. I wish I had known about AAR when I first taught my oldest to read. Instead, I tried nearly every other program under the sun, and ended up with both of us very frustrated throughout the entire learning process. We used AAS for the first time this year and both absolutely LOVE it!! It has helped tremendously fill in all the gaps we previously missed, and helped with my daughter’s reading as well. Now, as I am about to start teaching my youngest to read, we are definitely going to use AAR this time round. Thanks for the giveaway! It would really help! 🙂

  64. I have 3 kids that I am wanting to start on AAR this fall. 🙂 We just bought AAS and they can’t wait to start!

  65. I have a gifted mathematician for a son, but he struggles at times with reading. We use AAS and love it! I’ve been wanting to get AAR but have to wait for finances to allow. What a blessing this would be to any of the devoted mothers and fathers here! (0; Thank you for the opportunity!

  66. Hi I use AAS on my 7 year old Daughter and it is really nice. I would love to incorporate this part of the program along with it. Then use it on my 4 year old son as well 😉

  67. I have a 4 yo who is just starting to read, and the excitement on her face is contagious!! I love it! We would love to have AAR for our first year of homeschooling next year to strengthen and expand her reading skills. Thank you for the giveaway!

  68. We are just beginning the learning to read process and I’ve heard so many good things about this product!

  69. My son, Caleb, LOVES All About Reading!! He has done level pre-1 and we are excited to move on to level 1! He loves Ziggy!

  70. My daughter is 8 and reads fluently and my son is 6 – he is coming along, slowly. He loves to read but is struggling so I’d love to win this to help him.

  71. Have 3 children and am starting homeschool for the first time next year. Planning on using the program anyways but would be fabulous to have a head start!

  72. My youngest reader will be 5 in August, his brother and sister were easy to teach but he is more active and needs more incentive to read. I would love to try this program!

  73. I have only read reviews, and spent hours on the website and I am in LOVE. My Elinore is almost 4 with special needs, and there is a lot of *encouragement* to put her in a public school. I am afraid of approaching reading the wrong way! This program sounds solid, and I can’t wait to give it a try.

  74. Love this company. Already using the spelling program with my older kids and starting the reading with my 5 year old this summer when we start our school year. We are using the pre-reading now but would love to win this to buy the next level.

  75. All I can say is I LOVE THIS PRODUCT!!!! I tell everyone about it. I have used other reading programs and I had to fight to get my son to to want to read. He loves all of the stories and the work but most of all he looks forward to his reward chart. Thanks AAR for such a GREAT product!

  76. I use AAS for my oldest boys, my youngest just turned 4 and, considering the success and love we have for the spelling program, I want to try AAR for him. Just wondering if I should start with the Pre-reading program?

  77. I have 5 and 3 yr. old daughters. We love AAR1 and cannot wait for 2 to come out! I’m also considering getting the PreReading for my youngest. 🙂

  78. I have heard sooo many good things about this program…really tempted to get it to try out with my almost ready to read 4 year old!

  79. My oldest is already reading well, but I have a little one behind him that I’d love to try All About Learning with.

  80. My daughter is 6 too and I’ve had a hard time finding a reading program that I like. She does great but any little bit helps! Thanks for posting about this! 😀

  81. My little guy is progressing nicely. I wish I had know about AAR, I just found out and ordered AAS, we LOVE it!

  82. We loved looking through the first few lessons (on the website), and have been eagerly saving up for it ever since. I love that it’s Orton-Guillingham based.

  83. I love AAS and have been curious about AAR for awhile. I have 7 children. The 5 year old is almost done with 100 easy lessons but I still see many gaps that I think this program would take care of. Plus, my 10 year old struggles with reading and could benefit from this as well. Thank you!

  84. I am currently working on the pre-reading level with my middle daughter and LOVE it. I didn’t know she would go through it as quickly as she is and I wish I had saved enough in our curriculum budget to purchase Level 1 of AAR. I’d love the opportunity to win it! Thanks for sharing this review and hosting this giveaway! Keeping my fingers crossed!

  85. My soon to be 5 year old begs to ‘learn to read’ often!! We have started slowly but I need more discipline.

  86. I have read so many great things about these products. I have a child who really struggles with reading (maybe dyslexic) and would love to win this to use with her.

  87. My third child is finishing K this year and doing fabulous…I would love to try out this program as I’ve heard so much about it’s greatness!!! I have two more coming up after my third that would benefit from a good program as well.

  88. This program looks great. I have 3 boys who are starting to love reading and the library! I would love the chance to win this curriculum!

  89. This program looks AMAZING! I curently own the pre-level to being with our twins soon, but can’t wait to give the level one a try for our struggling reader. I would love the chance to with this curriculum!

  90. My girls have started reading with Starfall, Bob Books, & Phonics Pathways. We love All About Spelling & I’d love to try All About Reading with the next one…it looks like it would be as systematic as Phonics Pathways but more fun!

  91. This sounds like something I could use with one of my boys. He has been struggling with reading for a while now. I would love a chance to win this set!!!

  92. I would love to enter! Please add me to the drawing. We use AAS and love it! Would love to have AAR

  93. I am going to start homeschooling my 8 year old this fall and I’m really excited about it. I have been trying to find different curriculums and learning about them. There is so much information and I appreciate your input on All About Reading. I would love to win this and see my son love to read!!

  94. My daughter is a timid reader and little sister is not, so that doesn’t help! She still sounds out sight words and struggles to remember words we’ve learned.

  95. I’ve heard so many wonderful things about this program and would love to try it out!

    1. I’m in the process of teaching my 6yo dd to read right now, and I’ve got my almost 4yo still teach.

  96. oh yeah this one wouldbe percect for us!!! We are ready to start reading this summer and fall!

  97. My 4 year old has been dying to join his brother and sister in being able to read. This looks perfect for him (and, soon, for my 2 year old who loves to try what everyone else is doing)!

  98. I have 2 young readers! I have a 4 year old who is eager to get started and a 6 year old emergent reader who loves learning to read new words.

  99. I have a 4 year old daughter who is determined to read like her older brother and sister. We have had such great success with the All About Spelling with the older two and I just LOVE it. I would love to try the All About Reading!

  100. My son will be starting kindergarten next year and this would be great for him

  101. I’m looking for a program for my 4 year old to start in the fall. This looks like a great one!

  102. I have used AAS with my three older kids. It is such a solid program, that I am really excited to give AAR a try with my youngest daughter.

  103. Oh I have just heard the best things about this program. I would love love it to help guide me in teaching my little guy the joys of reading.

  104. My almost-4 year old is so eager to begin reading! I am planning to start this program with her in the Fall 🙂

  105. I have been searching for a great reading curriculum for several months and I was so excited when a friend showed me All About Reading! I love this program and we will start using it this year with my boys!!

  106. I have a 7 and a 5 year old. The seven year old, he just needs encouragement, reading is not his “thing”. He gets fiscouraged so easily, says its too hard. He is my learn completely opposite from the other 3 kids kid;0). The 5 year old is just starting so it would benefit her by giving her a great start!

  107. My five year old is in the beginning stages of reading. I love his big smile when he gets a word right.

  108. My boy will be 7 at the end of July. He hasn’t loved learning to read (though he LOVES being read to!), so we’ve gone very slowly with him. He gets frustrated very easily, but it’s starting to get a *little* bit easier for him.
    My girl is 3 and I haven’t done much with her yet in the reading/letter recognition department. Just letting her learn through playing for now. =)

  109. I love AAR soooo much! My almost six year old finished Run Bug Run (vol 1 reader) yesterday! He is doing so well!

  110. My five year old is trying to take off without me! He’s teaching himself as much as he can. I think AAR would probably be the quickest way to get him reading for real!

  111. Thank you so much for your review. I am very excited about AAR, and it’s encouraging to see great reviews!

  112. I have a 4 year old that wants to learn to read like his big brother and I have been thinking about getting this program to start with him in the fall

  113. I am so excited to get started with this program (along with the spelling one). I have a four year old, a three year old, a 16 month old and we are expecting number four in September. We are just getting started with all of this homeschooling curriculum, but have been working with the kids in our own way since birth. My four year old and three year old are so excited to read. They are great with letter recognition and sounds and know quite a few sight words. I am so excited to get a program that will help us glide straight into all the rest!!!

  114. my little one is 4 and is “reading” books on her own, recognizes many sight words and really wants to read on her own. have heard great things about this product

  115. I have a 4 yr. old who would is eager to start reading so he can reading like his 9 yr. old big siter 🙂 I LOve this program and this would be a great program to add to our household 🙂

  116. I will have a 1st and 2nd grader this coming year. My youngest is struggling to blend words together. I would love to have All About Reading to help him. It looks like a wonderful program.

  117. We just started using AAR & AAS…and I just have to say … wow! Definitely do not skip any of the steps! Our youngest children already knew all the letter (upper/lowercase) and sounds…but needed the practice with learning syllables and blending. We play “hop to it” with really long words now! The spelling is great too! Did I say…wow? 🙂

  118. I have two 5-1/2 year olds who will be starting Kindergarten in the fall. I would LOVE to use this reading program with them both! This is a wonderful product! I can’t wait to teach them to read!!!

  119. My son is 4 and just beginning to try to read on his own. I haven’t forced any letters on him just let him “play” practice. Thinking it would be wonderful to start with this program…. wasn’t impressed with the program I used with my now 9 yr old daughter. I spent over 2 years trying to undo the damage that program caused in her reading. Heard nothing but great things in regards to All About Reading. Fingers crossed! =)

  120. I have an almost 5 year old that loves AAR Pre-1 level. I am so excited about this program. I have an 8 year old that is struggling with reading and I plan to use parts of the pre-1 and level 1 to fill in some holes.

  121. My son will be starting Kindergarten in the Fall and we have decided to homeschool. We are so excited about is interest in reading as my husband and myself are HUGE readers!! He “reads” his books every night before going to bed. He has even started trying to sound out words on his own!! Can’t wait to begin the program!! 🙂

  122. My almost 4 year old is really interested in reading. He recognizes words and knows all the letter sounds. I’m clueless on how to teach him how to read, so this would be a great way to start off!

  123. I have a 6yr old son who is struggling with LD’s . He will be starting AAR in the fall. Thank you for your wonderful review on AAR, it has me very excited to start!

  124. I have a question. I am ordering this and All About Spelling for the first time. The All About Spelling has some of the stuff that you listed in the All About Reading Deluxe Kit, correct? Are the divider cards the same for both programs or I will I need order one set for each spelling and reading? TIA!

  125. Could somebody please recommend a program similar to this for a 3rd and 4th grader? I’m struggling to find a good reading curriculum. This is our first year homeschooling, so I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed!

    Thanks! 🙂

    1. Hi Krystal! You might want to post your question on the Hip Homeschool Moms Facebook wall. We have lots of friends on that page who are great about giving suggestions and sharing information. Hope you have a wonderful school year! The first year can definitely feel overwhelming! Blessings to you and your family.

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