Let Wesley Hear His Name

Hear It Spelled
See It Spelled
Spell It
Read It

Singing the spelling of Wesley before he knows how to spell or read can pay dividends very early.

Playing Wesley's Name Spelling Song Is Easy

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Watch, listen and sing along to the "Spell Wesley | With A Song" video.


When your child is ready to "spell their name" with the song, take the assessment.

Alexa

Listen and sing along to the "Spell Wesley | With A Song" video.


Just say, "Alexa, spell Wesley"


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Listen and sing along to the "Spell Wesley | With A Song" video.


Just say, "Play, spell Wesley"


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Once your child has taken and passed the assessment, a One-Of-A-Kind NFT documenting and commemorating gets minted 


Things To Plan For As Wesley Spells Her Name

W Letter Sound

Most instance of the letter "E" that Evelyn will encounter in early reading will have a "short" /o/ sound, as in words like "hot" and "not."

E Letter Sound (Short)

Your child will likely hear the letter "L" sound, or "/l/ phoneme" every time they wake up or go to sleep. And it's also one of the most important early sounds they will make.

S Letter Sound 

Most instance of the letter "I" that Olivia will encounter in early reading will have a "short" /o/ sound, just like the I in her name", words like "pig" and "sit." 

W Letter Sound

Your child will likely hear the letter "L" sound, or "/l/ phoneme" every time they wake up or go to sleep. And it's also one of the most important early sounds they will make.

E Letter Sound (Silent)

The letter Y in Evelyn makes the short /i/ sound, like the sound of i in words like "pin", "fin" and "win." The grapheme "i" is typically more important to learn early than the     

Y Letter Sound (Long E)

The letter a "shcwa" sound in Olivia can be complex for early elementary students learning to read, but is almost automatic for early readers.

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For the past several decades there's been one constant in primary and secondary education in the US: our children are far behind their global peers of the same age in math and reading.

In Singapore, for instance, the average student is 2.5 years ahead of the average American student in reading.

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