Oliver, not even 3 years old here, is singing Zoo-phonics’ Come Meet Us At The Zoo.
What a fantastic job! He’s way ahead of the game for reading, writing, and spelling.
Zoo-phonics kids at Safari Learning Academy generate words starting or using the letter K.
Director Katie collects the words and they sound and signal Kayo Kangaroo for each /k/ sound!
Check out this article in the newest edition of Bliss Babies magazine! This piece features an interview with our beloved author and co-creator, Dr. Charlene Wrighton. They discuss the methodology and research-based proof of the positive affects of the Zoo-phonics Mnemonic and Multisensory Language Arts Program in the classroom.
Check out Dr. Caroline Leaf, about the exact thing that is the science behind Zoo-phonics!
Dr. Leaf is an author, teacher, coach, and most importantly, a cognitive neuroscientist with a PhD in Communication Pathology and a BSc in Logopedics and Audiology, specializing in metacognitive and cognitive neuropsychology.
Zoo-phonics isn’t the only one that knows movement improves brain function. Check out John Medina explain why exercise boosts brain power!
Dr. John J. Medina, a developmental molecular biologist, has a lifelong fascination with how the mind reacts to and organizes information. He is a best selling author. His book on brain development is a must-read for parents and early-childhood educators: Brain Rules for Baby: How to Raise a Smart and Happy Child from Zero to Five.
A new independent research study shows incredible research results with Zoo-phonics. Read the full Gender Alphabet Proficiency Study here.
The effectiveness of the Zoo-phonics Language Arts Program among 3 and 4 year old Head Start students was studied over the course of a year. The results were incredible. Read the full study here.