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

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A snake in the shed scares Nate! But Dad knows just what to do to get the snake 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 words with long vowels and silent e (lake, bike, rode, tune, Pete).

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, ...

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SPIRE Decodable Readers, Set 2A: A Scare

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Overview

A snake in the shed scares Nate! But Dad knows just what to do to get the snake 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 words with long vowels and silent e (lake, bike, rode, tune, Pete).

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: 9781429306386
  • Publisher: Educators Publishing Service
  • Publication date: 1/31/2013
  • Series: SPIRE
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • 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 20, 2013

    Echo

    Awesome!!! Please continue! I'm going to rewrite Don't Look Back... AGAIN! :3
    ~Echo

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2013

    GATHERING STORMS

    GATHERING STORMS
    PART FIFTEEN:

    A tall figure emerged from behind a trashcan, three or four others behind him. I frowned, amd slightly relaxed. It was just a bunch of teenage boys, mabye around Val's age.
    The leader laughed loudly again, and the others joined in. He turned in my direction, and a sly, twisted smile spread over his face. My hand instincively went to the handle of my jeweled knife.
    "Hey, baby," he said, his voice sounding like the hiss of a snake. The boys behind him were also sneering, their eyes filled with coldness.
    "Don't take a step closer, or you'll be sorry," I shot back, my voice fierce as a snarl.
    "Why not?" the gang's leader sneered. "Or you could come over here and hang with us..."
    "Never!" I retorted, feeling a pang of dread welling up within me. Where was Robin?! Or anyone?!
    The leader advanced, and they leaped forward like a pack of wolves. I ducked, rolling away and nearly crashing into the stone wall of another building. Quickly, I tried to think of some way to escape this mess.
    One of the gang lunged forward, grabbing at me with fierce hands. I unsheathed my long knife, and whirled around in a single, swift movement. The point of the blade grazed my attacker's stomach, and a bead of bright red blood clung to the tip of my knife.
    I stepped back, breathing hard.
    What had I done?
    What was I doing?
    I could have killed someone.
    The boy I had wounded was clutching his stomach, while the others stared in shock. The wound wasn't deep, more of a scratch from a cat's claw.
    "You're going to pay for this!" the wounded gang member bellowed, staggering to his feet. The others followed, and I saw anger blazing in their eyes.
    Uh oh.
    I saw a faint blurr and Robin had leapt at one of the attackers. With a flying kick, she sent one sprawling, and delivered a well aimed punch to another.
    "That's right!" she yelled after them as the gang hurried back down the alleyway.
    One of them paused, looking over his shoulder. I held up my knife angrily, gesturing to toss it. The boy turned and hurried away, darkness swallowing him up.
    "They didn't hurt you, did they?" Robin asked anxiously.
    "No. But things would have turned ugly if you hadn't showed up. Thanks," I said gratefully.
    "No problem!" she replied.
    We left the alley, and emerged onto the bright street of the mall. Almost immediately, a young boy walked up to us.
    "Hi! I'm Kevin!" the boy said.
    "Uh, hey," I mumbled.
    "This guy told me to give somethin' to you. He gave me a dollar, see?" Kevin brandished a dollar proudly, before pulling out a misshapen iten from his bag.
    "Who...?" Robin asked the boy.
    "Didn't say his name. He was wearing a white mask, and had a sword. Pretty cool, right?"
    I felt a pang of dread as Kevin skipped off.
    "Why?" I whispered aloud.
    "I dunno," Robin said. "But I think I know why that stranger called you. They WANTED you to come here. They wanted to give that to you."
    One mystery was solved, but another, more baffling and confusing puzzle remained.
    Why would one of the masked men present me with a piece of the Gear?

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