Sound-Along Phonics Program by Julie Webb

Sound-Along Phonics Program

Feel confident that you're meeting the needs of all your early readers as they sing their way from reading to spelling!

Teaching reading is no joke.

There are so many skills students need to develop and so many standards to cover. For early readers, this translates to a lot of time spent teaching phonics. But the time you spend teaching doesn’t always equal mastery for students.
You’ve got kids who need a lot of support and extra practice to catch up. You also have some who are ready for more advanced phonics skills. How can you possibly meet all their needs?

You’re working harder than you need to.

It may feel like you’re on the right track if you’re already using a systematic approach to teaching phonics. But without a way to easily differentiate instruction for your students, you’re teaching your heart out while some students still don’t show enough progress. 
Teachers who use Sound-Along Phonics report experiencing more teaching confidence because they know they’re doing their best work. The boost they get from Sound-Along Phonics makes differentiation realistic and doable, and their students love learning to read and write. Wouldn’t it feel great to know how to give every student the phonics instruction they deserve?

A simple system for targeting student needs.

Early in my teaching career I felt like I was caught in the middle of the reading wars. Some of my colleagues claimed that only drill-and-kill phonics instruction would meet the needs of my early readers. Other colleagues claimed that phonics instruction was most effective in-the-moment. I quickly learned that all of them were wrong. I know they meant well, but these two extreme approaches both missed some important aspects of phonics instruction.
If you really look into the research behind teaching phonics you learn two things:
1.   Phonics instruction should be systematic.
2.   Phonics instruction should be differentiated.
Well, how in world are we supposed to pull that off? I was determined to figure out a way to combine the two and Sound-Along Phonics was the answer.
With Sound-Along Phonics you can follow the sequence of phonemes with a systematic approach, and you can pinpoint the starting place for every student within that system. That way students are practicing all the phonemes they need while at the same time honoring where they are developmentally. Yes! Finally a way to differentiate learning that was actually realistic.

You can be that teacher.

With Sound-Along Phonics I saw my students’ decoding and encoding skills improve almost immediately. Not only that, but their confidence was through the roof! As I refined the program the results spoke for themselves, and other teachers began asking me for my secret. Once I shared Sound-Along Phonics with them they were hooked! They told me:
“Before using Sound-Along my phonics instruction was all over the place. Now I know exactly where my students are and exactly where they’re headed next. And best of all it’s so easy to do. Just a little bit of practice every day and my kiddos get it!”
- First Grade Teacher

Here's what your colleagues are saying.

"Because it’s not the usual pencil-and-paper work the activities keep the students engaged.”
Kindergarten Teacher
“I like the organization and set up of the phonics activities."
Kindergarten Teacher
“My students love Sound-Along! They consistently master phonemes year after year with this program.”
Second Grade Teacher

Over 150 pages for targeted teaching.

Sound-Along Phonics provides you with accessible, engaging materials that all students enjoy.

Pictures to practice phonemes:
·      Cards for the pocket chart
·      Cards for your classroom walls
·      Song charts for whole and small group practice
Lessons for mastering phonemes:
·      Easy-to-follow instructional routines
·      Lesson cards for preparation and teaching
·      Bonus word lists for additional practice
·      Book making resources for spelling and reading
Teacher resources to facilitate learning:
·      Phonemes assessment
·      Instructional sequence
·      Daily whole group schedule
·      Weekly small group schedule

Watch What Students Learn with Sound-Along Phonics

Your students deserve the best.

You’ve got to decide if you want to stick with the same-old, same-old phonics instruction that works for only some of your students, or if you’re ready for instruction that’s fun, easy to implement, and will work for all of your students. So teacher friend, are you ready for results?
Purchase Sound-Along Phonics for $49 so you can get the results you’re looking for!

What's included?

File Icon 6 files


Take a look at the 37 phonemes students learn in the Sound-Along Phonics Program
SoundAlong Instructional Sequence.pdf
24.3 KB
Take a glance at the schedules for whole group and small group Sound-Along Phonics instruction
Sound-Along Phonics Daily and Weekly Routines.pdf
151 KB
Listen to the Sound-Along Phonics Song (my apologies in advance, I'm no singer!)
SoundAlong Phonics Song.m4a
1 min
Get your editable template to decorate your letter drawers
SoundAlong Drawer Covers.pptx
117 KB
Ready to easily meet the needs of your early readers? Buy your copy of the Sound-Along Phonics Program
Sound-Along Phonics Program
94.6 MB
Sound-Along Phonics K-2 Digital Assessment LitCentric.pdf
244 KB


Who is this program for?

The Sound-Along Phonics Program is for teachers of early readers who need differentiated instruction that's developmentally appropriate for late K through 2nd grade students. Sound-Along Phonics also works well with struggling readers as an intervention program. If you're looking for a program for students who need extra practice with letter sounds then take a look at the Sound-Along Alphabet Program.

How is this program designed?

The Sound-Along Phonics Program is designed with a simple assessment that helps you pinpoint which phonemes students need to learn. Download the free Sound-Along Instructional Sequence to see which phonemes are covered in the program.

What other materials will I need for this program?

The Sound-Along Phonics Program is designed for use with the following materials that are not included with your purchase:
  • Pocket Chart
  • Magnetic Letters
  • Magnetic Boards
  • Dry Erase Boards
  • Dry Erase Markers and Erasers
  • Storage Drawer Unit

Can I share materials from Sound-Along Phonics with colleagues?

No. All the files are licensed for one classroom teacher only. If your colleagues express interest in these resources kindly refer them to the Sound-Along Phonics webpage.

Tell me about the graphics.

The graphics were carefully selected to be easy to identify and recall by young children with particular consideration paid to English Learners. The graphics were provided by Whimsy Clips.