Letter/Sound Chart for Harcourt Storytown

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  1. Miss Kirby

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    Does anyone use Harcourt Storytown? If so, we are using it for phonics, replacing our old program. The old program had practice books that included different letters/chunks and pictures that represented sounds, like a chart. I used to copy them and put them in their Bee Books. However, I can't find anything like this for Harcourt. Does anyone know if this exists?
     
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    I haven't found exactly that, but have you been on ThinkCentral yet? That's their website. Also, here is a terrific website full of Storytown stuff developed by teachers: http://www.pcboe.net/les/elderweb/harcourtresources.htm. We adopted Storytown mid-year last year, and that site was a lifesaver!
     

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