From Touchphonic’s website:

Touchphonics, for grades K-5, provides at-risk students with an alternative approach to phonics, word structure, and spelling with this unique, multisensory program. Students utilize tactile, kinesthetic, visual, and auditory modalities to enhance memory and learning and understand the structure of words without drill. Each Touchphonics lesson introduces a particular phoneme or phonemic pattern. Through manipulation of the Touch-Units students then can link sounds to letters, recognize patterns, and build and write words before finally reading words in context.

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