Research proves Zoo-phonics works

Current research supports Zoo-phonics You will see incredible results… independent research proves it!

Every aspect of the Zoo-phonics® Program has been field-tested and found to be effective. The results are in! In a large scale research study, conducted by E3 Research, the Zoo-phonics® Multisensory Language Arts Program was found to be extremely effective for early childhood reading and writing education.

Please view the research results below.

Independent Research that speaks for itself…

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e3download Equal Alphabet Proficiency Seen in Boys and Girls with the Zoo-phonics Multisensory Language Arts Program

e3download Research Demonstrates the Effectiveness of the Zoo-phonics® Multisensory Language Arts Program with Kindergartners in California and Michigan Schools

e3download The Efficacy of the Zoo-phonics® Multisensory Language Arts Program for Toddler, Preschool, Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten Children in California and Michigan Schools

e3download The Effectiveness of the Zoo-phonics® Multisensory Language Arts Program With Three- and Four-Year-Old Head Start and Preschool Students in Rural Kentucky (5 Studies)

e3download Efficacy of the Zoo-phonics Multisensory Language Arts Program for Kindergarten Children Ohio County School District, Kentucky

e3download Efficacy of the Zoo-phonics Multisensory Language Arts Program for First Grade Children Ohio County School District, Kentucky

 

Also, please see our 2017 Catalog (pages 3-4) for additional current research.

No child slips between the cracks with Zoo-phonics®…

No child slips between the cracks with Zoo-phonics®…”Just wanted to write to let you know I am eating crow in North Carolina. I was just not sure about the program and was concerned about having to implement Zoo-phonics®. On Wednesday, I started talking about the animals and introducing the signals and sounds. The children loved them and I thought to myself skeptically, “Of course they love them, they are animals!” On Thursday, I went over the signals again, and was completely amazed that they knew them all. Even my students that only had learned about 2 sounds out of the 18 we had already learned were producing the correct sound and using the signals. On Friday, I decided to give a little spelling test. I was just going to use the ad family. Boy, was I shocked and surprised when ALL of the students made a 100%! Even my little boys that are struggling! They were signaling with me and then they would look up at the Nature Cards and make the connection between the animal and the signal and the sound! Wow! I tried again on Monday and used a variety of CVC words. I did not stick to a word family because surely it had been a fluke. NOPE! Everyone made a 100%. Okay, I thought. It works! So now I am the biggest supporter. Sign me up! Let me sing your praises. My students are writing better. They are sounding out words to create beautiful sentences and stories. When they come to a word they don’t know in a book, they signal it out and figure it out on their own! They love the program and BEG to do it. I am now a Zoophonics Teacher!!

Kelly Hain Teacher, Hurley Elementary Salisbury, NC June 11, 2015

 

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