(Disclosure: This post contains five popular reading resources. I haven’t used them myself, unless I share otherwise. This is not a paid review, and Simple Homeschool has not accepted any funds in exchange for this post.)
I don’t know about you, but the idea of teaching my children to read struck me as both thrilling and terrifying.
A process that sounded exciting and natural seemed more complicated as I walked the aisles of a homeschooling convention or browsed resources online.
There are so many choices, but how do you know what you really need to help your child?
I can’t pretend to have figured out all the answers, but here are five popular options that will hopefully make the selection process easier for those of you starting down the phonics and literacy road soon.