It gives the child the freedom to experiment with the blends and sounds they have learned.
They can build words and construct sentences, they may like to build their name or other people’s names. They might ask why the vowels are blue.
Sound Reading Resources are suitable for the general public, schools, educational facilities and parents of dyslexic children. Mary’s books could also prove useful and enjoyable when providing young children, who aren’t dyslexic with additional studies.