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Memory Foundations for Reading: Visual Mnemonics for Sound/Symbol Relationships

Memory Foundations for Reading: Visual Mnemonics for Sound/Symbol Relationships

The visual mnemonic strategies introduced in Regina G. Richards’ Memory Foundations for Reading are designed to help students transform a struggle with basic phonics into a successful learning experience. While some children learn sound/symbol relationships quickly and easily, others need more practice and there are some who struggle greatly. The visual mnemonic system presented in MFR can be modified and adapted for a variety of learning situations.

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