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Logic of English Foundations B (Manuscript) Set
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Logic of English Foundations B Set

For children who have learned all the sounds of the a-z phonograms and can read short vowel words.

In Foundations B students learn to read and write uppercase letters, become familiar with the letter names, and begin to read and comprehend sentences. They also learn a number of multi-letter phonograms and spelling rules that open up tens of thousands of additional words. Students practice a number of high-frequency words such as the, a, I, and you, and learn the logic underlying the spelling of them. By the end of Level B students can read sentences with one-syllable words that include long vowels and schwa sounds.

Level B is for children who can already read and recognize short vowel sounds and read short vowel words, and it is usually used in kindergarten, at the beginning of first grade, or for a quick review at the beginning of the year for students starting Foundations in second grade. Most students begin with Foundations A.

By the time they complete Level B, students will:
- Read and write the uppercase letters and match them to corresponding lowercase letters
- Write the uppercase letters in cursive or manuscript using the same innovative approach as our Rhythm of Handwriting program
- Read one-syllable words with a long vowel sound
- Have an awareness that words may have more than one syllable
- Blend multi-syllable words auditorily
- Be able to identify the medial vowel sound within a word
- Know that a sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a period
- Be able to read and write 19 multi-letter phonograms
- Know 8 spelling rules
- Read and comprehend simple sentences with the phonograms and spelling rules they have learned
- Be familiar with the concept of the schwa sound, which is introduced as a lazy vowel
- Be developing fluency in reading 296 new high-frequency words
- Understand the spelling of 120 new words that have been explicitly taught and have the knowledge needed to spell thousands of others

Foundations B set includes:
- Level B Teacher's Manual
- Level B Student Workbook (manuscript)
- Level B Readers
- B Readers: Young Artist Series (NEW!)
- Whistling Whales: Beyond the Sounds of ABC

plus "reusable resources" used throughout Foundations that you would have acquired when doing Foundations A.
If you have not completed Foundations A and will be starting with Foundations B, choose the Foundations B (Cursive) Complete Set or the Foundations B (Manuscript) Complete Set instead. If you don't already have the following items from Foundations A, they can also be purchased separately.

- Phonogram and Spelling Rule Quick Reference (cursive or manuscript)
- Rhythm of Handwriting Quick Reference Chart (cursive or manuscript)
- Rhythm of Handwriting Tactile Cards (cursive or manuscript)
- Phonogram Game Cards
- Student Whiteboard
- Basic Phonogram Flash Cards
- Phonogram Game Tiles
- Spelling Analysis Quick Reference Card

Scope & Sequence

Logic of English Foundations B Teacher Manual Sample Pages

Teacher Manual Lessons & Assessment Sample

Manuscript Workbook Lessons & Assessment Sample

Whistling Whales Sample

Basic Phonogram Flash Card Sample

Rhythm of Handwriting Manuscript Tactile Card Sample

Logic of English Foundations placement assessment

Track your student's progress

Not all students need to start at Foundations A, check here which Foundations Level to begin with Placement Test


"Help Me Choose" flowchart for which program best suits your needs


Logic of English Foundations B Set

For children who have learned all the sounds of the a-z phonograms and can read short vowel words.

In Foundations B students learn to read and write uppercase letters, become familiar with the letter names, and begin to read and comprehend sentences. They also learn a number of multi-letter phonograms and spelling rules that open up tens of thousands of additional words. Students practice a number of high-frequency words such as the, a, I, and you, and learn the logic underlying the spelling of them. By the end of Level B students can read sentences with one-syllable words that include long vowels and schwa sounds.

Level B is for children who can already read and recognize short vowel sounds and read short vowel words, and it is usually used in kindergarten, at the beginning of first grade, or for a quick review at the beginning of the year for students starting Foundations in second grade. Most students begin with Foundations A.

By the time they complete Level B, students will:
- Read and write the uppercase letters and match them to corresponding lowercase letters
- Write the uppercase letters in cursive or manuscript using the same innovative approach as our Rhythm of Handwriting program
- Read one-syllable words with a long vowel sound
- Have an awareness that words may have more than one syllable
- Blend multi-syllable words auditorily
- Be able to identify the medial vowel sound within a word
- Know that a sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a period
- Be able to read and write 19 multi-letter phonograms
- Know 8 spelling rules
- Read and comprehend simple sentences with the phonograms and spelling rules they have learned
- Be familiar with the concept of the schwa sound, which is introduced as a lazy vowel
- Be developing fluency in reading 296 new high-frequency words
- Understand the spelling of 120 new words that have been explicitly taught and have the knowledge needed to spell thousands of others

Foundations B set includes:
- Level B Teacher's Manual
- Level B Student Workbook (manuscript)
- Level B Readers
- B Readers: Young Artist Series (NEW!)
- Whistling Whales: Beyond the Sounds of ABC

plus "reusable resources" used throughout Foundations that you would have acquired when doing Foundations A.
If you have not completed Foundations A and will be starting with Foundations B, choose the Foundations B (Cursive) Complete Set or the Foundations B (Manuscript) Complete Set instead. If you don't already have the following items from Foundations A, they can also be purchased separately.

- Phonogram and Spelling Rule Quick Reference (cursive or manuscript)
- Rhythm of Handwriting Quick Reference Chart (cursive or manuscript)
- Rhythm of Handwriting Tactile Cards (cursive or manuscript)
- Phonogram Game Cards
- Student Whiteboard
- Basic Phonogram Flash Cards
- Phonogram Game Tiles
- Spelling Analysis Quick Reference Card

Scope & Sequence

Logic of English Foundations B Teacher Manual Sample Pages

Teacher Manual Lessons & Assessment Sample

Manuscript Workbook Lessons & Assessment Sample

Whistling Whales Sample

Basic Phonogram Flash Card Sample

Rhythm of Handwriting Manuscript Tactile Card Sample

Logic of English Foundations placement assessment

Track your student's progress

Not all students need to start at Foundations A, check here which Foundations Level to begin with Placement Test


"Help Me Choose" flowchart for which program best suits your needs