Brain Quest Grade 1 Reading

Brain Quest Grade 1 Reading

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by Bonnie Dill
     
 

First comes a fully illustrated, original short text—a poem about mice, an article about rainbows, a story about a funny dream, or a tasty recipe for party popcorn. Following the text is a comprehension card that quizzes the reader about action, characters, and content. And following that is a card with questions on Grammar, Phonics, Word Choice, and more.

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First comes a fully illustrated, original short text—a poem about mice, an article about rainbows, a story about a funny dream, or a tasty recipe for party popcorn. Following the text is a comprehension card that quizzes the reader about action, characters, and content. And following that is a card with questions on Grammar, Phonics, Word Choice, and more. It’s the fundamentals of reading and the pleasure of language. Brain Quest Reading Grade 1 is an excellent way for kids to hone their skills and become accomplished, enthusiastic readers.

Vetted by a panel of America’s highest award-winning teachers, and embraced by kids and parents because it flat-out works, Brain Quest opens a world of information and education with its fast-paced question-and-answer format, bright full-color illustrations, and lively attitude.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780761141396
Publisher:
Workman Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date:
03/20/2007
Series:
Brain Quest Series
Edition description:
revised edition
Pages:
148
Sales rank:
163,370
Product dimensions:
2.69(w) x 7.44(h) x 1.94(d)
Age Range:
6 - 7 Years

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Brain Quest Grade 1 Reading 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is excellent material for reading comprehension for late kindergarten, early first grade; it has a very engaging format and my 6 yr old daughter has benefited a lot from it. Bought it at a B&N store (online is useful, but it is not like the experience of taking your kids to the bookstore). The questions challenge to the appropriate level and there are some with a beginner level of abstractness. Overall this is a good introduction to reading comprehension.