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Foundations C
LEVEL Foundations C
LEVEL
Logic of English® readers have fun, interesting stories
and pictures, but something significant is missing . . .
sight words! Rather than teaching kids to memorize
words by rote, Logic of English teaches answers such as:
Trains
Why is there a silent E at the end of have?
English words do not end in V.
Why does the O in go say its long sound?
A, E, O, and U usually say their
long sounds at the end of a syllable.
Why is the number 2 spelled t-w-o?
tw means 2 as in twenty, twelve, twin, twice.
Research shows that when students are taught phonograms and
spelling rules, their reading and spelling skills improve dramatically.
For more information and lots of free resources, see:
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A Blast of Fast!
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Trains: A Blast of Fast!
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Trains
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This is a high-speed train. A Blast of Fast!


It can go as fast as a small
airplane! Phonograms that were previously taught in Foundations:
a-z, sh, th, ck, igh, ch, ee, er, wh, oi, oy, ai, ay, ng, ar, or, tch, ow, ou, ough,
ea, oa
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Trains: A Blast of Fast! Reader 1
Lots of snow fell on this
railroad track, so the train has In the past, it was slow to
a snowplow on it. cross land.
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Trains: A Blast of Fast! Reader 1

When trains came, it was a This train can go up a steep


shock to go so fast. Trains go hill.
a long way in a short time.
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Trains: A Blast of Fast! Reader 1
Tracks can go through lots of Though we have cars and
landscapes. These tracks go airplanes now, trains still get
way up high. a lot of use.
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Trains: A Blast of Fast! Reader 1

All trains drive on railway At the train yard, the trains


tracks. can switch railway tracks.

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Foundations C
LEVEL Foundations C
LEVEL
Logic of English® readers have fun, interesting stories
and pictures, but something significant is missing . . .
sight words! Rather than teaching kids to memorize
words by rote, Logic of English teaches answers such as:
Firefly!
Why is there a silent E at the end of have?
English words do not end in V.
Why does the O in go say its long sound?
A, E, O, and U usually say their
long sounds at the end of a syllable.
Why is the number 2 spelled t-w-o?
tw means 2 as in twenty, twelve, twin, twice.
Research shows that when students are taught phonograms and
spelling rules, their reading and spelling skills improve dramatically.
For more information and lots of free resources, see:
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Nightlight With Wings
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Firefly! Nightlight With Wings
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Firefly!
Nightlight With Wings
Then set them free and watch
New concepts included in this reader:
Phonograms: ir, ur, ear, wor
them light up the sky! Spelling Rule: When a word ends with the phonogram A, it says /ä/.
Phonograms that were previously taught in Foundations:
a-z, sh, th, ck, igh, ch, ee, er, wh, oi, oy, ai, ay, ng, ar, or, tch, ow, ou, ough,
ea, oa
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Firefly! Nightlight With Wings Reader 2
If you want to see a firefly, it
is best to wait for the sky to Have you seen small lights fly
turn dark. through the air at night?
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Firefly! Nightlight With Wings Reader 2

A firefly can give off light. It A firefly is an insect. We have


can make a quick flash or a lots of types of these insects
slow glow. in our world!
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Firefly! Nightlight With Wings Reader 2
Then it turns into a grownup The light is from the end of
firefly. the firefly.
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Firefly! Nightlight With Wings Reader 2

For the firefly, the light is like A young firefly is a glowworm.


a way to speak. A glowworm can give off light
as well.
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Foundations C
LEVEL Foundations C LEVEL
Logic of English® readers have fun, interesting stories
and pictures, but something significant is missing . . .
sight words! Rather than teaching kids to memorize
Kids Can Do
words by rote, Logic of English teaches answers such as:
Why is there a silent E at the end of have?
Great Things!
English words do not end in V.
Why does the O in go say its long sound?
A, E, O, and U usually say their
long sounds at the end of a syllable.
Why is the number 2 spelled t-w-o?
tw means 2 as in twenty, twelve, twin, twice.
Research shows that when students are taught phonograms and
spelling rules, their reading and spelling skills improve dramatically.
For more information and lots of free resources, see:
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Reader 3 C
Kids Can Do Great Things!
LEVEL
Kids Can Do
Great Things!
Germany
This boy can swing up high,
New concepts included in this reader:
Phonograms: wr, oo
fly through the air, and fall
Spelling Rules:
O may say /ŭ/ in a stressed syllable next to W, TH, M, N, or V.
into the lake. I hope he can
I and O may say /ī/ and /ō/ when followed by two consonants.
Phonograms that were previously taught in Foundations:
swim, too! a-z, sh, th, ck, igh, ch, ee, er, wh, oi, oy, ai, ay, ng, ar, or, tch, ow, ou, ough,
ea, oa, ir, ur, ear, wor
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This boy is good at whirling,
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Kids Can Do Great Things! Reader 3
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Cambodia
This girl is good at rowing a
boat on a lake. She can push
Ecuador
These three girls can all ride
the oar through the lake and
on the same skateboard!
make the boat go fast.
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Kids Can Do Great Things! Reader 3

Botswana
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This boy can make a toy car China

out of old wires and cans. He


This boy is good at blowing
twists the wires into shape.
on his pipes while he is
Then he drives his car down
standing upside down!
the street.
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Tanzania Thailand
This girl is good at cooking.
This girl can fill up a big pail,
She cooks quail eggs and sells
lift it onto her head, and bring
them.
it home to her mom.
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China
Thailand

These boys can take care of This girl is good at getting


lots of sheep. The sheep eat her mom and her grandma to
grass and drink from the lake smile. She likes to dress up
nearby. with them.
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Foundations C
LEVEL Foundations C
LEVEL
Logic of English® readers have fun, interesting stories
and pictures, but something significant is missing . . .
sight words! Rather than teaching kids to memorize
words by rote, Logic of English teaches answers such as:
Ostriches
Why is there a silent E at the end of have?
English words do not end in V.
Why does the O in go say its long sound?
A, E, O, and U usually say their
long sounds at the end of a syllable.
Why is the number 2 spelled t-w-o?
tw means 2 as in twenty, twelve, twin, twice.
Research shows that when students are taught phonograms and
spelling rules, their reading and spelling skills improve dramatically.
For more information and lots of free resources, see:
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Reader 4 C
Ostriches
LEVEL
Ostriches
Ostriches can live to be about New concepts included in this reader:
30-40 years old. That is old Phonograms: kn, gn
for a bird!
Phonograms that were previously taught in Foundations:
a-z, sh, th, ck, igh, ch, ee, er, wh, oi, oy, ai, ay, ng, ar, or, tch, ow, ou, ough,
ea, oa, ir, ur, ear, wor, wr, oo
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a chick’s first birthday, it is
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Ostriches Reader 4
Ostriches make big nests. The ostrich is the biggest kind
The mom and dad take turns of bird in the world. It can be
watching the nest. up to nine feet tall and more
than 300 pounds.
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Ostriches Reader 4

Ostriches have wings and Ostriches lay great big eggs.


feathers, just like other birds. Each egg is as big as 24
But ostriches cannot fly. chicken eggs.

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Ostriches Reader 4
Ostriches eat plants, roots, Ostriches can run fast though.
seeds, and bugs. Yum! The ostrich is the fastest thing
with 2 legs!
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Ostriches Reader 4

Ostriches take big steps, too. If an ostrich is mad, it can use


An ostrich can go 10 to 16 its strong legs to kick and kill.
feet in a step!

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Foundations C
LEVEL Foundations C
LEVEL
Logic of English® readers have fun, interesting stories
and pictures, but something significant is missing . . .
sight words! Rather than teaching kids to memorize
words by rote, Logic of English teaches answers such as:
Why is there a silent E at the end of have?
Robots
English words do not end in V.
Why does the O in go say its long sound?
A, E, O, and U usually say their
long sounds at the end of a syllable.
Why is the number 2 spelled t-w-o?
tw means 2 as in twenty, twelve, twin, twice.
Research shows that when students are taught phonograms and
spelling rules, their reading and spelling skills improve dramatically.
For more information and lots of free resources, see:
www. .com.
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Reader 5 C
Robots
LEVEL
Robots
What kind of robots do you
think we will have in the
New concepts included in this reader:
Phonograms: bu, gu, dge, ph
years ahead?
Spelling Rule: A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of the
syllable (review and application to multi-syllable words).
Phonograms that were previously taught in Foundations:
a-z, sh, th, ck, igh, ch, ee, er, wh, oi, oy, ai, ay, ng, ar, or, tch, ow, ou, ough,
ea, oa, ir, ur, ear, wor, wr, oo, kn, gn
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In fact, a robot was even sent
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Robots can also be made to You might have heard tales


play games and compete with about pretend robots. But do
other robots. These robots can you know about real robots?
play ball!
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Robots Reader 5

A real robot is made to do a


job. It might seem like it can
think by itself. But it cannot. This robot can test a person’s
blood to see if he is sick.

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Robots Reader 5
This robot finds hidden A robot is run by a computer
harmful objects. It has a inside it that tells it what to
camera and a hand for do.
grabbing things.
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Robots Reader 5

Robots can be useful for all This robot cleans the floor.
kinds of things. Robots can It knows how to go around
help build things like cars and objects like chairs, and it
trucks. cleans the whole room!

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Foundations C
LEVEL Foundations C
LEVEL
Logic of English® readers have fun, interesting stories
and pictures, but something significant is missing . . .
sight words! Rather than teaching kids to memorize
words by rote, Logic of English teaches answers such as:
Dolphins
Why is there a silent E at the end of have?
English words do not end in V.
Why does the O in go say its long sound?
A, E, O, and U usually say their
long sounds at the end of a syllable.
Why is the number 2 spelled t-w-o?
tw means 2 as in twenty, twelve, twin, twice.
Research shows that when students are taught phonograms and
spelling rules, their reading and spelling skills improve dramatically.
For more information and lots of free resources, see:
www. .com.
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Kimber Iverson
Reader 6 C
Dolphins
LEVEL
Dolphins
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Dolphins can also learn New concepts included in this reader:


to do tricks. They can catch Phonograms: ei, ey, eigh, cei
balls, jump through hoops,
Spelling Rules: C softens to /s/ before an E, I, or Y. G may soften to /j/
before an E, I, or Y. The C says /s/ and the G says /j/ because of the E.
and swim in teams. Dolphins
Phonograms that were previously taught in Foundations:
a-z, sh, th, ck, igh, ch, ee, er, wh, oi, oy, ai, ay, ng, ar, or, tch, ow, ou, ough,
have so much fun!
ir, ur, ear, wor, wr, oo, kn, gn, bu, gu, dge, ph
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Even though they can weigh
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they can leap 16 feet above
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Dolphins Reader 6
Dolphins hunt together as
a pod. At times, they gather They are smart, playful,
the fish into a fish ball. Then and seem to smile all the
they take turns swimming time. They live in the sea and
into the ball of fish to eat. swim, but they are not fish.
What are they? Dolphins!
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Dolphins Reader 6

The sounds go through the


A dolphin must go up to
water, bounce off the prey,
the surface of the water to get
and return to the dolphins.
a breath of air. It gets air with
The sounds they receive tell
the blowhole on top of its
them all about the prey and
head.
how to find it.
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Dolphins Reader 6
Dolphins eat fish, shrimp, Dolphins also spy hop.
and squid. They make sounds They jump out of the water to
that guide them to their prey. take a quick look around.
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Dolphins Reader 6

Dolphins live in pods, or Dolphins care about each


groups. They speak to each other and help each other. If a
other by squeaks and high dolphin gets hurt, the others
sounds. help bring it to the surface of
the water so it can get air.
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Foundations C
LEVEL Foundations C LEVEL
Logic of English® readers have fun, interesting stories
and pictures, but something significant is missing . . .
sight words! Rather than teaching kids to memorize
words by rote, Logic of English teaches answers such as:
Ha Long Bay
Why is there a silent E at the end of have?
English words do not end in V.
Why does the O in go say its long sound?
A, E, O, and U usually say their
long sounds at the end of a syllable.
Why is the number 2 spelled t-w-o?
tw means 2 as in twenty, twelve, twin, twice.
Research shows that when students are taught phonograms and
spelling rules, their reading and spelling skills improve dramatically.
For more information and lots of free resources, see:
www. .com.
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Reader 7 C
Ha Long Bay
LEVEL
Ha Long Bay
Vietnam
Ha Long Bay is a great place
New concepts included in this reader:
Phonograms: ew, ui, oe, ed
to visit. If you ever get to go
Spelling Rules: Add an E because every syllable must have a vowel.
Add an E to make the word look bigger.
see it, do not forget to take
Add an E to keep a singular word from looking plural.
Add an E for an unseen reason.
your camera!
Phonograms that were previously taught in Foundations:
a-z, sh, th, ck, igh, ch, ee, er, wh, oi, oy, ai, ay, ng, ar, or, tch, ow, ou, ough,
ea, oa, ir, ur, ear, wor, wr, oo, kn, gn, bu, gu, dge, ph, ei, ey, eigh, cei
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Other houseboats look more
like normal boats with small
Ha Long Bay is a large area
shelters on them.
on the edge of the sea. It has
lots of enormous rocks that
come out of the water.
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Those that live in Ha Long


Bay live in houseboats. The
The rocks are made of whole house is on floats so it
limestone. Some of the rocks stays on top of the water.
have huge caves inside them
with interesting shapes on
their walls and ceilings.
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Most of those in Ha Long Bay
make a living through fishing.
They catch fish to eat or sell. Some of the rocks have
This fisherman is catching fish tunnels. In a few places boats
with his net. can go through the tunnels.
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Ha Long Bay has so much They use their boats to buy


water that they must use and sell things. This merchant
boats to get around. This man sells fruit from her boat. After
likes to paddle with his feet she sells some fruit, she rows
instead of his hands. to a new place to sell more.

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Foundations C
LEVEL Foundations C
LEVEL
Logic of English® readers have fun, interesting stories
and pictures, but something significant is missing . . .
sight words! Rather than teaching kids to memorize
words by rote, Logic of English teaches answers such as:
Rickshaws
Why is there a silent E at the end of have?
English words do not end in V.
Why does the O in go say its long sound?
A, E, O, and U usually say their
long sounds at the end of a syllable.
Why is the number 2 spelled t-w-o?
tw means 2 as in twenty, twelve, twin, twice.
Research shows that when students are taught phonograms and
spelling rules, their reading and spelling skills improve dramatically.
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Rickshaws
LEVEL
Rickshaws
Netherlands
This is a solar-powered
rickshaw. It has a panel on top Laos
to collect energy from the sun New concepts included in this reader:
to make it go. Someday, maybe
Phonograms: aw, au, augh
Spelling Rule: Y says /ē/ only at the end of a multi-syllable word.
solar-powered rickshaws will be Phonograms that were previously taught in Foundations:
driven all over the world.
a-z, sh, th, ck, igh, ch, ee, er, wh, oi, oy, ai, ay, ng, ar, or, tch, ow, ou, ough,
ea, oa, ir, ur, ear, wor, wr, oo, kn, gn, bu, gu, dge, ph, ei, ey, eigh, cei, ew,
ui, oe, ed
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Japan
Thailand
Rickshaws were invented in 1869
Since it rains so much in this in Japan. The first rickshaws
city, the streets sometimes get were pulled by a person who
flooded. This rickshaw is going walked or ran in front of them.
right through the flooded street! This photo was taken in Japan
around 1897.
photo source: p.244 of The Gist of Japan - The Islands, Their People, And Missions,
Rev. R. B. Peery, A.M., Ph.D. © 1897 Fleming H. Revell Company
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India

Then came rickshaws that were Sometimes rickshaws are used to


pulled by bikes. It takes less haul heavy loads. What do you
work to pedal than to walk the think this man has on the back
same distance. of his rickshaw?
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India
Rickshaws are a quick, easy way
to travel. On crowded streets
Indonesia
they move through small spaces Some bike rickshaws are pushed
better than cars. They also are from behind instead of pulled.
cheaper to buy and use less gas.
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India
Today many rickshaws are
powered by small motors. They Rickshaws are now used all
look a bit more like cars, but over the world, on almost every
they still only have three wheels. continent. In some places, the
They are open on the side so it is roads are packed with rickshaws!
easy to get in and out.
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