Carina Powers, the CEO of Phonics in Motion that is on a mission to change the way kids learn to read and write joins eHealth Radio and the Children's Health and Education Channels. Their comprehensive literacy instructional method engages kids in their learning process by teaching reading and writing skills through a set of unique motions.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Carina Powers discuss the following:
What is the inspiration for Phonics in Motion?
What distinguishes Phonics in Motion from the competition?
Why is it important to both educate and entertain?
What advice do you have for a parent whose child is, say, dyslexic or learning challenged?
What can parents and teachers expect to see by using Phonics in Motion?
PIM engages kids in their learning process by immersing them in the understanding of sounds with unique motions for each sound/phoneme, and by continually mapping sounds to letters. The program teaches reading and writing. PIM's four multisensory routines offer integrated instruction of every pillar of early literacy, while keeping kids engaged and having fun.
Coordinating the sounds of letters, letter combinations, and words together with visual and tactile motions, the PIM system has developed thousands of young readers and writers at all skill levels.
Phonics in Motion offers solutions for individual teachers, schools and groups, homeschool families, and parents with kids in school.