Visual Phonics is a system of forty-five hand shapes and written symbols that look and feel like the sounds they represent. It helps students hear, see, and feel the sounds in our spoken language.
Literacy Missions volunteers can use this valuable tool as they teach adults, children, or youth to read and spell. Volunteers teaching someone to speak English can use Visual Phonics for auditory discrimination and articulation. Visual Phonics is fun and easy to learn, retain, and implement.
For more information, contact Cheryl Wilkinson, BGCO Literacy Missions Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 405-613-1513.