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(The ability to hear and recognize the individual sounds in words.)
This skill is an early predictor of future reading success. In order to read and write, kids have to learn how sounds (phonemes) and letters are related.
With our distinct motions for every phoneme, mastering Phonemic Awareness and Phonics becomes easy and fun.
This 4 letter word only has 3 sounds!
I finally have a way to teach phonics in a fun and easy way. The training and resources made me feel confident in my teaching. We started with the KMPs back in preschool, and now we're in first grade working on harder spelling patterns with the Vowel House. I love that it has supported my family for years, and my kids grow with the program year after year. My kids are excelling and they LOVE their PIM time.
Connect with Teachers and Parents Like You
When you join PIM programs, you get access to our exclusive community of teachers and families who are all working towards the same goal: building a lifelong love of learning. Connect with each other (and our experts) for help throughout your kids’ journey.
Our Multisensory Approach
To make sure we deliver on The Science of Reading we take a multisensory approach to learning. All of our programs focus on fully engaging students' bodies and minds in order to develop multiple areas of the brain at the same time.
Reading & Writing Program For Teachers
Teachers this is your full toolkit for Literacy Learning. It includes our complete methodology, books, resources, explicit teaching routines, lesson plans, and more. It's everything you need to help your students develop core skills all year long.
Speech, Articulation & Phonemic Awareness
This program helps all learners to engage in learning by using their senses. Listen, see, move and feel with motions, poems, activities, and more.
Early Readers & Writers Program
Develop critical foundational skills that help kids learn to master letter names, the sounds they make, and how to write them.