Summer School Grade One

Daily Lessons for teaching rising Grade Two Students

This summer school curriculum is designed for rising Grade Two students. All of the lessons have been designed to make it quick and easy for you to use Letterland's research-based methods for teaching phonics and phonemic awareness.

Every lesson includes direct links to specific Letterland materials making it quick and easy for teachers to deliver the lessons.

Lessons will work for in-person, virtual or hybrid teaching and the flexible sequence means that you can implement the curriculum for 3, 4, 5 or 6 weeks.

Demo Videos
This curriculum includes access to 4 lesson demo videos so teachers can see how to deliver a Letterland Summer School lesson.

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Course Curriculum

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Frequently Asked Questions

When will the Letterland Summer School Curriculum be published?
Weeks 1-3 will be published by Jun 1, 2021 and the remaining weeks will follow shortly after but you can enroll before that date.
How long do I have access to the course?
After enrolling, you have 3 months to access the course.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 14 days of enrolment and we will give you a full refund. Because access to the course is for 3 months only, we will not be able to accept refunds after the first 14 days of enrolment.
What's included with each grade-level Summer School Curriculum?
You get 6 weeks of turnkey written instruction with at least one student-facing demo lesson.
What materials will I need to take this course?
The course requires you to have certain Letterland materials but we have tried to keep the resources to a minimum. Phonics Online for teachers is a must but for a list of resources see this link.
Can I share teacher logins?
No. Logins must be linked to teachers actual email address which means it's one teacher subscription per teacher.

Your Instructor

Lyn Wendon
Lyn Wendon

Lyn Wendon, the creator of Letterland, was born in her grandmother's international school in Florence, Italy. Lyn grew up in the USA and went to school in Canaan and Greenwich, Connecticut. She later gained a BA from Wellesley College. She moved to the UK in 1955 and Lyn received a diploma in Experimental Educational Psychology at the Cambridge Institute of Education. She then worked in primary schools and various independent schools as a peripatetic special needs teacher, combining that with raising three small children and inventing the phonics system that grew into Letterland. Some 50 years after the creation of the original Letterland characters, Lyn is a consultant to the business and plays an active part in making Letterland the worldwide success it is today.

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