Discovery At Home Instructor Materials

These materials provide parents with scripted and guided material to teach their struggling child (ages 4-9) the fundamental skills of reading (teaches the entire Discovery program through direct instruction). These manuals are designed and follow the lesson plan of Grades 1-3 on our software. They can be adapted to the PK-K level of students by breaking up the lessons in the first 2 chapters and spending more time on each lesson.
$399.00

What’s Included?:

  • Teacher’s Manual (six volumes divided by chapter for grades k-3; the first two chapters for Kindergarten, the remaining four for grades 1-3) – scripted material to help you teach your child through direct instruction
  • 132 Transfer Cards to help students practice and reinforce decoding skills
  • Six Wall Posters for student reference
  • Games Supplement includes high-engagement, differentiated activities for each lesson
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Crafty Homeschool
Review by: Lenicia Talamantes - From Crafty Homeschool
Wednesday, April 24, 2013

I'm a homeschooling mother of three great kids. We started this homeschool journey because of my oldest son (Boo as he's know here), at four years old he was diagnosed ADHD. He struggled with school from the beginning and half way through first grade we decided to start homeschooling him, little did I know I would soon be homeschooling three kids, not just one.

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A Thrifty Diva Surviving Mommy Hood
Review by: Michelle Cantu - A Thrifty Diva Surviving Mommy Hood
Friday, January 25, 2013

I'm Michelle, a thirty something mom to three little boys. I am the voice behind A Thrifty Diva Surviving Mommy Hood. I am completely obsessed with shopping and fashion, that’s usually where my blog posts start and end. I spend half of my day in the kitchen, because conjuring up a yummy dish is my thing. Baking is another love of mine. I attempt to be crafty and always have a project or two in the works. If I finish them, well that’s another story. I love free lance writing and curating creative content. You can find some of my published articles on SocialMoms and SheSpeaks. When I’m not striving to change the world through my online presence, I am venturing into the world of homeschooling and creating great little people of society.

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Eco-Babyz
Review by: Anastasia Borisyuk - From Eco-Babyz
Monday, January 28, 2013

Anastasia is a mother of two, a woman, a wife, a daughter, a sister, an aunt, a cousin, a friend, a Christian, an Interior Designer, a blog author, a cook, an artist, an Eco-conscious consumer, a health freak, a nature lover, a travel addict, a volunteer, a reader, a knitter, an amateur photographer, net surfer, husband adorer, and a writer.

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A little Bit of Everything
Review by: Sharon Davis - From A little Bit of Everything
Monday, January 28, 2013

A blog for a little bit of everything. Going green by using cloth, sewing, contests and reviews. Take a look at what I have to say about Reading Horizons Discovery.

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Preschoolers and Peace
Review by: Kendra Fletcher - From Preschoolers and Peace
Monday, January 28, 2013

Kendra Fletcher is the homeschooling mom of eight, all of whom have either been or currently are preschoolers.

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These Temporary Tents
Review by: Aadel Bussinger - From These Temporary Tents
Wednesday, January 30, 2013

We roam this earth as aliens- Christian, unschooling, and military.

And so, like Abraham, we live and learn in these temporary tents- waiting for that day to come when we can have a heavenly dwelling that is indestructible and perfect.

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Thrift Schooling
Review by: Heather Vogler - Thrift Schooling
Monday, February 04, 2013

Previously, Thrifty Mom Spot, Thrift Schooling is a brand new blog trying to get on it's feet!!

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Abundant Life
Review by: Marianne Sunderland - From Abundant Life
Tuesday, February 05, 2013

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Homeschooling mother of 8 with a passion for those who learn differently. Lover of Jesus, my family and living an abundant life.

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The Palmetto Queen
Review by: Cari George - From The Palmetto Queen
Monday, February 11, 2013

I am a busy lady who takes on too many projects while trying to manage the chaos I call my life. I am a work at home mom and wife who is a logo designer and branding consultant. We have recently started our journey of home schooling. What a ride we are on, but at least the hot pink carpet has been rolled out for us, the Carolina moon is shining bright, and my crown is tilted just right!

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Eco-Babyz
Review by: Anastasia Borisyuk - From Eco-Babyz
Monday, January 28, 2013

Anastasia is a mother of two, a woman, a wife, a daughter, a sister, an aunt, a cousin, a friend, a Christian, an Interior Designer, a blog author, a cook, an artist, an Eco-conscious consumer, a health freak, a nature lover, a travel addict, a volunteer, a reader, a knitter, an amateur photographer, net surfer, husband adorer, and a writer.

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