SPIRE Decodable Readers, Set 2A: Help! [NOOK Book]

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Jon and Nell have lost their ball in a well, and need help getting it out. This S.P.I.R.E.® Level 2 decodable reader is perfect for early readers and those who need practice reading simple books with basic phonics concepts. This book includes phonics concept al (ball).

The S.P.I.R.E. decodable readers were developed as part of the S.P.I.R.E. reading program, created by Sheila Clark-Edmands, M.S.Ed. S.P.I.R.E. is an intensive, comprehensive, and multisensory reading program with ...

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SPIRE Decodable Readers, Set 2A: Help!

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Overview

Jon and Nell have lost their ball in a well, and need help getting it out. This S.P.I.R.E.® Level 2 decodable reader is perfect for early readers and those who need practice reading simple books with basic phonics concepts. This book includes phonics concept al (ball).

The S.P.I.R.E. decodable readers were developed as part of the S.P.I.R.E. reading program, created by Sheila Clark-Edmands, M.S.Ed. S.P.I.R.E. is an intensive, comprehensive, and multisensory reading program with proven results. If your goal is to build reading success, then S.P.I.R.E. books are the perfect choice. Children are motivated to read more and enjoy more reading success because S.P.I.R.E. books are designed for the way early readers and struggling readers learn.

There are 120 books in the S.P.I.R.E. decodable readers series. The content ranges in difficulty from easy-to-read, one-syllable, short-vowel words in Sets 1A and 1B to complex multisyllabic words and advanced sentence structures in Sets 6A and 6B.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781429306317
  • Publisher: Educators Publishing Service
  • Publication date: 1/31/2013
  • Series: SPIRE
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Sales rank: 497,244
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Sheila Clark-Edmands, M.S. Ed. has more than 35 years of experience in education, ranging from classroom teaching and school administration to undergraduate and graduate college instruction. Her deliberate and reflective teaching led to the development of the S.P.I.R.E.® reading intervention program. She has received numerous teaching awards and honors, and her work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and many other publications.

Sheila's devotion to helping struggling readers attain reading success led her to develop S.P.I.R.E., which is based on the Orton-Gillingham approach. An engaging spreaker, Sheila is always eager to connect with fellow educators to discuss strategies for improving the academic success of all students.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2013

    Echo

    I love the idea behind this! Hidden items, possibly magical? I have some other items you can use if you'd like. They're from a RP I was in with one other person. I may write a story based on that... anyway, the items are:
    A small gray pyramid, that fits easily in the center of someone's palm. The edges glow bright blue. When the top stabbed into something (something soft, as the edges are rounded), the user has a matter of seconds before the tiny object blows a massive crater, many miles wide, in the ground.
    A simple, carved wooden flute. When certain tunes are played, it can cause anything from a wild delirium to a rush of joy to a heavy sorrow. Attackers can be swayed, and hostile animals tamed.
    ((I may use these and some other things I think of in my story(ies), so just a warning.))
    Please continue!
    ~Echo

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2013

    Gathering Storms

    Gathering Storms
    Part Eight:

    Robin and I stared at the odd object Val held out in his hands. At first I wasn't exactly sure WHAT it was, but then I realized it was a small, glowing blue orb. I reached out to touch it, and frowned. It appeared to be just a normal ball, made of metal and painted sky blue, but somehow a faint blue light seemed to radiate off of it.
    "What...?" I trailed off, looking at my brother for an explanation. He just shrugged his shoulders, and handed the blue orb to me.
    "If you're wondering what it is, I don't know. If you're wondering why it glows, I don't know. But I CAN, however, tell you how I got it," Val said as I examined the blue sphere.
    "How?" Robin questioned, as I passed it to her.
    "At the mall, back when Susan and I went together," my brother said taking the orb back from Robin. "I was only thirteen then, and Susan was ten."
    I nodded, remembering. That was the day Arcan had given me the jeweled knife.
    "That's when I met a girl named Terra," Val continued, a dark look coming over his eyes. My mind flew back to that day, and I remembered a blonde he had been talking to.
    "Terra said that an odd man had asked her to give me something. She then went on to give me this, and something else." Val paused at this, and Robin gestured for him to continue. She was looking puzzled, but curious too.
    "What?" I asked.
    "A pair of gloves," Val said.
    "Gloves?" Robin echoed, looking confused.
    "Yah, gloves," Val repeated. "But they were purple, so they looked kind of girly, and they look kind of odd, like guantlets, though they were leather."
    "And...?" I prompted, wondering where the gloves were now.
    "So, I took the gloves and the orb from Terra, and she left. But I got her phone number first, and we were dating for a while, but she broke up with me when another guy—"
    I cut off my brother by saying, "What happened to the gloves? Do you still have them?"
    "Nah, I gave 'em away," Val responded.
    "To who?" Robin questioned.
    "Some guy. His name was Kody, I think," my brother said, shrugging again.
    "So this Kody might have the Gear these people are looking for," I said to Robin.
    "Great. And we don't even know if his name IS Kody, or who he is, or what he looks like," my friend responded, looking defeated. Val looked at us oddly, folding his arms.
    "What are you talking about...?" he questioned.
    "You have a note on your window, too," I said, gesturing to the open window. "My room was trashed too, and I was left a note saying to return to Gear to someone at River Point."
    Val snatched the note, and read it quickly, before turning to me. There was an odd look on his face as he said wearily, "It's them, isn't it? The men with crossbows?"
    I nodded slowly. "I think so."
    "Why?" Robin said aloud. "What do they want from you?"
    Val slowly held up the glowing blue orb. "This is what they want. I dunno why they want it, but these dudes aren't going to stop hunting us 'till they find it, and the rest of the Gear," he said shakily.
    "There's more!?" Robin gasped.
    Val nodded. "The glolves, for starters. And I think there's other things too. Things they might have already found."
    I don't speak, and neither do Val and Robin. Racing through our minds are similar thoughts, all of them uncertain.
    What is the Gear for, anyway? Why do these masked men want it? And will they kill us if we get in the way?

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