Phonics Reading teaches your child to recognize how sounds are represented alphabetically, and how to decode the letter sounds, symbols, characters, and signs.
Your child will be able to read out new words he has not seen or heard before because they understand how the words are being constructed. The added advantage of phonics is your child will be able to spell better.
Phonics is a crucial step in improving your child's spelling ability. If your child can read a word, doesn't necessarily mean they can spell it.
Sight Words (Whole Words) encourage children to memorize and learn words as a whole by sight. This is done by repetitively showing the word and sound of the word.
You can teach your child to read using the Phonic Reading method and Sight Words through flashcards.
Which reading method is suitable for your child?
Phonics Reading or Sight Words (Whole Words)?
Both methods do work in teaching your child to read.
I would recommend using both ways because the effectiveness of the way also depends on what works best for your child.
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