Welcome to my first ever FAQ blog post! I'm going to try and add more of these to my blogging schedule, to help answer questions that I get often in greater detail than sometimes the TPT Q&A feature allows for. Today's post will hopefully answer a question that I get a LOT via email & TPT! This question pertains to my « Apprendre les sons composés » resource and one of the key differences between that product and the one that comes before it, « Apprendre les mots fréquents ». In this blog post, I'll explain exactly what this key difference is, and why I carefully made the choice to create these resources in this way. You may already know this, but I have two resources that are kind of like mini "programs" that your students can move through to learn 90 common sight words and 9 common « son composés ».  These resources focus on 10 words/1 sound at a time, and as students move through each set of cards (in rainbow order), each list builds upon the last. Th...