The Three R's

The Three R s The Three R s Now all in one book A Home Start in Reading A Strong Start in Language An Easy Start in Arithmetic Three resources in one READING WRITING and ARITHMETIC Learn how to take the mystery o

  • Title: The Three R's
  • Author: Ruth Beechick
  • ISBN: 9780880620741
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Three R s Now all in one book A Home Start in Reading A Strong Start in Language An Easy Start in Arithmetic Three resources in one READING, WRITING, and ARITHMETIC Learn how to take the mystery out of teaching the early grades with this practical, down to earth guidebook from Ruth Beechick The book is divided into three sections that are tabbed for easy reference.The Three R s Now all in one book A Home Start in Reading A Strong Start in Language An Easy Start in Arithmetic Three resources in one READING, WRITING, and ARITHMETIC Learn how to take the mystery out of teaching the early grades with this practical, down to earth guidebook from Ruth Beechick The book is divided into three sections that are tabbed for easy reference The READING section tells how and when to begin phonics, and how to develop comprehension skills The LANGUAGE section shows how to develop written language skills naturally, in the same way children learn oral language The ARITHMETIC section explains how to teach understanding of math concepts, and not just memorization of facts Bonus A removable 2 sided wall chart for phonics and arithmetic.

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    About “Ruth Beechick”

    1. Ruth Beechick

      Dr Ruth Beechick spent a lifetime teaching and studying how people learn She taught in Washington state, Alaska, Arizona and in several colleges and seminaries in other states She also spent thirteen years at a publishing company writing curriculum for churches In retirement she wrote for the homeschool movement Her degrees are A.B from Seattle Pacific University, M.A.Ed and Ed.D from Arizona State University.

    108 thoughts on “The Three R's”

    1. I love this book for homeschooling. Dr. Beechick gives solid reasons for the why and how of her very simple and solid methods. She tells the stages of pre-reading, how to teach at each stage, and gives instructions for low to no cost activities in eachd does the same for every concept in the book. This was the most helpful "how to" book I've read regarding teaching reading. I re-read this every so often just to calm myself back down and be reassured that one does not have to have fancy materials [...]


    2. I love the simple approach to home schooling that Ruth Beechik presents. I read it at a time when we were (I was?) struggling with home schooling. This book encouraged me to try a more relaxed, 'natural' approach. It was something I wanted to do, but didn't know *how* to do until I read this book. I recommend it to those who think they wouldn't be able to teach their kids.


    3. A helpful read for home educators just starting out. Beechick very practically gives advice on how to home educate children in grades K-3. The main benefit is also the main weakness. She encourages independence apart from curriculum to teach reading, language, and arithmetic. Basically, she says you can teach these subjects without a curriculum. That may be true, but most of us still need more hand-holding, especially our first time around. But at least it may help teachers to break free from th [...]


    4. This book made me really think outside the box in terms of how to approach teaching the "Three R's." For example, the way the author discusses teaching reading, teaching sounds initially versus just focusing on having your child memorize the letters of the alphabet, was an interesting concept and made sense. This book was a quick, easy to understand manual that gave plenty of explanation, tips, and exercise that could be utilized. Although I read it straight through, I would suggest reading it d [...]


    5. Excellent resource that no homeschool teacher should be without. Helped me to get away from trying to keep up with the public schools and their ways and to allow my children to blossom in their education. By ignoring what the public schools do, my children are able to jump ahead even though it's at their own pace. Wonderful resource.


    6. I found this quick read really encouraging! While a lot of it was a bit premature for the current age of our children, I found it to be really insightful and reassuring. There were several smaller sections of "early learning" that were very helpful in deciding what to incorporate into our every day learning.


    7. To read before I start homeschooling my kids someday. If my mother used what she learned from it in my homeschooling, it's gotta be good!


    8. This is a great book to have on hand if you have children and want to help them get a good start in learning. She has helpful suggestions for teaching on a budget. A parent could easily follow her suggestions and invest very little money in homeschooling, especially in the early years.



    9. This book is awesome! It is imho a great book for homeschoolers. If you are remotely interested in the subject - I think it is a must read. If you have little to no budget for homeschooling - this book is the answer!Great, totally compliments/lines up with a Classical approach.I am still reading


    10. This is a great book for someone who plans to homeschool and good review for anyone teaching K-3rd grade. Just knowing what you can expect from these younger ages and how to guide them is a great benefit.


    11. I LOVED this book. As a new homeschooling mom this was such a breath of fresh air from the pressured stance that much of the homeschool world puts on. Simple, enjoyable, ability-appropriate learning, explained clearly and matter of factly. Really enjoyed this.


    12. A very inspiring and practical book. The author's presents a simple approach to teaching and learning that reminds of Charlotte Mason's methods. She also has great ideas on using real life to teach math concepts.


    13. Great must-read book for any parent considering homeschooling for kindergarten and early elementary children. Also a must-read for anyone considering Sonlight curriculum it explains the natural method more in depth and makes sense of Sonlight's Language Arts program.


    14. Liked it so much I bought it! This book is great for simple and effective ideas for homeschooling. My kid has no patience for worksheets and 'busy work' but he is already succeeding with the approach in this book. Highly recommend to homeschoolers.


    15. This book came highly recommended to me by quite a few people, and so I purchased a copy. While it was rather informative, I think the library would have been fine.



    16. Great book for anyone homeschooling or for parents wanting to supplement their child's education at home. Lots of good ideas for incorporating learning into daily routine.



    17. Great starter book with when embarking upon homeschooling. Wish I'd read it LAST Summer. Still, great tips and tricks for teaching reading, writing, and arithmetic in natural, effective ways.




    18. This set of books is a quick read, but packed with information about starting your kids out in reading, language, and math.




    19. The information this book contains is very much common sense. There is no need whatsoever to purchase it in book format.






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