Parent Involvement with Phonics—Made Fun & Easy

The only readers that combine a decodable story with 4 pages of phonics
and sight word games for parents and students to play together!

  • Seven Reading Levels for Grades K–2
  • Each game covers skills that will help students read the included 22-page story
  • Meets Common Core standards for applying phonics and word analysis skills
  • Books are reusable (games do not involve writing in the book)

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Prices (before discount):

Paperback (each): $4.99

Paperback Set (21 titles): $104.79
Paperback Set #: WP-PB-21

6-Pack Paperback Set
(6 each of 21 titles): $628.74
6-Pack Set #: WP-PB-126

Hardcover (each): $6.95

Selected Hardcover Set (18 titles): $125.10
Hardcover Set #: WP-HC-18

12-Pack of Game Cards: $47.40 (Set #: WRP-LC-12)

Each set of We Read Phonics books includes one set of Game Cards!

Practice phonics skills using this set of 110 Game Cards to play letter and word games that are featured in the books, including Alphabet Soup, Making Words, and Word Families.

Extra Sets of Game Cards: $3.95 each Item number: WRP-LC

All books in this series:

• 32 pages in full color • Trim size: 6.75” x 9”
• Paperback: Smyth sewn
• Hardcover: Reinforced, Smyth sewn, endpapers

“Treasure Bay is a premier publisher of books-in-series. . . . One of their newest series is particularly noteworthy. . . . We Read Phonics books are beautifully illustrated in color and deftly written for children in grades K–2.”

The Midwest Book Review—The Education Shelf

“This set of readers not only provided quality text, but also quality instruction for parents that are not knowledgeable in how to help their children develop early literacy skills. The activities at the beginning and end of each book are creative and engaging.”

Reading Teacher and Evaluator Teachers’ Choice Awards

“The We Read Phonics series is brilliant! Each book uses a good balance of phonics and sight words, and this controlled vocabulary leads to immediate success.”

Jane Merrill, Teacher