Controlled Phonetic Reading

“Start a Heart for Reading”

An Orton-Gillingham Based Reading Program that Teaches One Sound At a Time to Struggling Readers

Controlled Phonetic Reading’s Top Ten Results & Strategies

for Teaching Struggling Readers:

After 6-8 weeks of teaching students with the Controlled Phonetic Reading Program, a TWENTY to THIRTY percent GAIN was reported. After completing the program, a gain of TWO GRADE LEVELS was achieved! Teachers are calling the CPR Reading Program a GAME-CHANGER!

  1. CPR Teaches with “Building” Phonetic Stories that add only ONE Phonetic Sound at a Time. By using the Controlled Phonetic Reading Program, students don’t have to wait until they have learned all the sounds of the alphabet before they start to read. Unlike any other reading program on the market today, Controlled Phonetic Reading gives your students the ability to read their first story after they have learned ONLY THREE letter sounds! Then just ONE new sound is added for each additional story until all 70 phonograms are mastered.
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Reading Solutions for Struggling Readers

Because 1 in 5 students struggle with reading, a strong phonetic foundation is vital. Download our FREE Reading Readiness Test below to get quick results.

Nationwide 20% of the elementary school population is struggling with reading.
• 38% of all fourth-grade students are “below basic” reading skills. They are at or below the 40th percentile for their age group.
• 80% of children with an IEP have reading difficulty and 85% of those are dyslexic. The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)
• “Longitudinal studies show that of those children who are reading disabled in 3rd grade, 74% continue to read significantly below grade level in the 9th grade, indicating a persistent deficit rather than developmental lag.”
Statistics taken from “Do You Hear What I Hear? A Presentation on Phonemic & Phonological Awareness” By Diane Lewis, SLP and Linda Mercer, SLP November 4, 2009

FREE Reading Readiness Test

Click Below to get FREE Samples of our Products that Teach Reading One Sound at a Time!

1. ONLY LEARNED LETTER SOUNDS are used in each story WITHOUT the use of SIGHT WORDS (in Book 1).
2. LESSONS/Stories BUILD upon each other, teaching Reading Comprehension, Decoding, Vocabulary, Handwriting, Spelling, and Alphabet Skills.
3. Lessons include fun, multi-sensory games, stories, crafts, and speed drills to ensure mastery.

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  • PERSONALIZED TRAINING – 30 MINUTE SESSION

    $25.00
  • CONTROLLED PHONETIC STUDENT READER & COLORING BOOK (SINGLE LETTER SOUNDS)

    $19.99
  • CONTROLLED PHONETIC READING MULTI-LETTER LESSON PLANS WITH STORIES & SPEED TESTS (TE BOOK 2)

    $50.00
  • CONTROLLED PHONETIC READING MULTI-LETTER GAME CARDS (BOOK 2)

    $12.99
  • CONTROLLED PHONETIC READING GAME CARDS (SINGLE-LETTER SOUNDS) BOOK 1

    $15.99
  • CONTROLLED PHONETIC READING FLASHCARDS (70 SINGLE-LETTER & MULTI-LETTER SOUNDS)

    $15.99
  • ALPHABET TUBS

    $179.00
  • 3D PLASTIC ALPHABET LETTERS

    $3.00
  • 3D ALPHABET LETTER CRAFT WORKSHEETS

    $17.99
  • CONTROLLED PHONETIC READING TEACHER’S EDITION FOR SINGLE-LETTER SOUNDS (BOOK 1)

    $99.99
  • THE COMPLETE CONTROLLED PHONETIC READING PROGRAM BUNDLE FOR STRUGGLING READERS

    $199.99
  • TEACHER’S GUIDE & LITERATURE UNIT FOR “A THOUSAND SHALL FALL”

    $14.99

CPR Products A-Z

Discover how the Controlled Phonetic Reading Program can enhance your student(s) journey to becoming a SUCCESSFUL reader!

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Reviews

Testimonials

Because of the documented reading growth reported by teachers that have used the Controlled Phonetic Reading Program, the Southwestern Union has chosen to purchase this resource for all sixty of its elementary schools.
—  Dr. Carol Campbell, VP for Education- Southwestern Adventist Union

 


I am a multi-grade elementary teacher. I have a student that I’ve taught in second, and now, third grade. She was unable to read last year, despite all my efforts. She entered third grade still unable to read even small three letter words. As a teacher, I had exhausted all of my resources…
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