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Oxton House is your source for popular, exciting, powerful teaching materials!  We specialize in tools for teaching reading and math and for dealing with learning disabilities.

This is the home of Dr. Phyllis Fischer’s research-based, multisensory reading-decoding program, Concept Phonics, a classroom-tested, efficient, economical way to achieve breakthrough success with beginning readers.  We publish materials in:

Reading & Spelling    Arithmetic & Math History   Learning Disabilities & other special interest areas

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Second Edition

Math through the Ages

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Math History

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The Kennedy Krieger Institute at Vanderbilt University used Concept Phonics™  and one other program for 80 students who have neurofibromatosis and 80 students with dyslexia to investigate changes in brain scans and behavioral
test scores after 15 hours of intensive one-on-one instruction. The results of that experimental research study showed that
Concept Phonics produced significant gains in the group of students with learning disabilities. For more information, see our blog, "Inside Oxton House."

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Dr. Phyllis Fischer, author of Concept Phonics and a popular conference speaker and workshop presenter, is planning her speaking schedule for the 2015-16 school year.  If you think your school or organization might be interested in having her speak at an event or present a professional development workshop, please contact Debra Richards at 800-539-7323 for more information.


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Are you a homeschooling parent who wants some help teaching your child about numbers, numerals, and basic arithmetic?  This month's special items will do that!

 Teaching Children Mathematics says: "The book’s strength is that it demonstrates a consistent pattern of instruction.  Direct instruction is followed by oral practice and writing numerals and number words.  The author discusses areas that might be difficult for students...and suggests how to practice to build fluency."