SPIRE Decodable Readers, Set 2A: Tricks Will Not Fetch [NOOK Book]

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Tricks the dog loves to sit around and do nothing. How will Rick and Mitch get him to do tricks? 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 tch (catch).

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 ...

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SPIRE Decodable Readers, Set 2A: Tricks Will Not Fetch

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Overview

Tricks the dog loves to sit around and do nothing. How will Rick and Mitch get him to do tricks? 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 tch (catch).

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: 9781429306355
  • Publisher: Educators Publishing Service
  • Publication date: 1/31/2013
  • Series: SPIRE
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Sales rank: 829,938
  • 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 21, 2013

    Echo

    Wow, good work! You keep me interested in every moment of the story, which is hard to do! Please keep going!
    ~Echo

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 21, 2013

    GATHERING STORMs

    GATHERING STORMS
    PART SIXTEEN:

    "How do I look?" I asked, grinning sheepishly.
    "Weird," Jenna muttered, hardly looking up before wrenching her gaze back to her phone, fingers flying.
    "I'll have to agree," Robin added, frowning thoughtfully. "Sort of..." she trailed off. With a shrug, she finished, "I dunno. Odd, I guess. And kind of... old."
    I turned around to look myself in the mirror. Perched on my head was the odd item Kevin had gave me, which Robin and I had took to be some sort of odd metal crown. It was pitch black, with dark royal purple patches where jewels might have been.
    Jenna was right, it was weird. And Robin was too, I seemed... older. And darker. My eyes blazed a dark stormy gray, darker than I had ever seen them before. My hair seemed darker too, like the color of my eyes.
    Weird.
    A blast of loud rap music suddenly echoed through my room, and Robin clapped a hand over her ears. Jenna groaned, and held her phone to her ears. The music faded away, and was replaced by a distant scratchy voice shouting from the phone.
    "Look, I'm busy—" Jenna muttered, but was cut off by a stream of anger from the other side.
    "Fine, fine! I'll leave!" she grumbled, her voice sounding like a snarl.
    "Sorry," she muttered, and stomped out of my room.
    Robin and I exchanged a glance. We had both agreed to speak to nobody about the Gear and the masked men, other than Val. Jenna assumed that our "secret" was some book we had read, and Kate knew nothing of it.
    "Let's just hope nobody asks," Robin had said earlier.
    I took the odd crown off and my eyes and hair resumed their normal color. I stared in suprise, and slowly put the crown back on my head.
    Poof. My eyes changed to stormy gray, and my hair darkened once more.
    I took the crown off, and plopped in the bed beside Robin. Shock flared in her eyes, and her face was pale.
    "What is this, Robin?" I whispered. I found I was breathing heavily, and my heart was beating faster than normal.
    "I don't know, Susan," she replied in a murmur. "But this is getting more dangerous by the minute. We're tangled up in something strange, and I'm positive it isn't anything good."
    "I agree," I responded. "But... why? Why me? Is it something I did, or Val did? We're caught in the center of this, Robin. The only reason you're being pulled along is because you're my best friend. There must have been something."
    "Do you remember anything... out of ordinary? Something that happened that shouldn't have, or seemed... magical?" Robin questioned.
    I frowned, thinking.
    At first I couldn't think of anything.
    But then it came to me.
    "There was a man," I began slowly. "On the day Val got the gloves and the orb. He gave me this."
    I removed the elegant knife from it's sheath, and examined it closely. It seemed unsignificant, except for the glittering jewels—which were glimmering the colors of twilight.
    Then I saw a faint marking on the blade, near the hilt. A small, swirled design.
    "What's that...?" Robin whispered.
    "I dunno," I replied.
    The mark must have been made by someone, presumably before the knife was passed into my hands.
    The mark ment something.
    But I was certain it didn't mark the knife as one of the Gear. No power pulsed from it, and it seemed quite ordinary.
    "Who gave you the knife? Did he say his name?" Robin asked.
    I gulped.
    "His name was Arcan."
    The knife glittered coldly in the sunlight as I spoke.

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