The children learn the phonetic sounds of the letters before they learn the alphabetical names in sequence. The phonetic sounds are given first because these are the sounds children hear in words and they need to know these to be able to read and decipher words.
Children start with the easiest three letter phonetic words in an interesting hierarchical manner. They gradually learn the irregular words and multi syllabic words by doing reading exercises that offer variety rather than monotonous repetition.
Their skills in phonics give them the means of attacking and deciphering almost any new word. The children’s interest in reading is never stifled by monotony. Rather, their interest is cultivated as the most important key to future learning. The children are introduced to grammar by games that show them that nouns are the names of things; that adjective describes nouns and that verbs are action words.