SPIRE Decodable Readers, Set 2B: Stuck! [NOOK Book]

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Chuck's truck gets stuck in the mud. Luckily, his friend Mack thinks of a clever way to get 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 ck (clock).

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 2B: Stuck!

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Overview

Chuck's truck gets stuck in the mud. Luckily, his friend Mack thinks of a clever way to get 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 ck (clock).

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: 9781429306942
  • Publisher: Educators Publishing Service
  • Publication date: 1/31/2013
  • Series: SPIRE
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Sales rank: 909,119
  • 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 11, 2013

    Echo

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 11, 2013

    Gathering Storms

    Gathering Storms
    PART SEVEN:

    I led Robin into my house, and we headed for my room. Val and a couple of his friends were in the kitchen, talking loudly and laughing.
    "You're joking, dude!"
    "Am not!"
    "Are too!"
    I rolled my eyes, exchanged a quick glance with Robin, and flung open my door. I froze in shock, and she clapped a hand to her mouth beside me.
    My room was trashed.
    Or a LOT more trashed then before. Clothing was scattered across the floor, and bits of torn paper were littered across my bed, which had been unmade.
    "Someone's been in here!" I said in disbelief, stepping over a pillow. Robin tenatively followed, and headed for the open window. A piece of paper was taped to the blinds, and I frowned, joining Robin beside the window.
    We exchanged another glance, and I slowly reached out to grab the piece of paper.
    "W-what does it say?" she asked shakily.
    I gulped, then read aloud— "Return the Gear, or you'll be sorry. Bring the Gear to River Point between now and Tuesday night. You've been warned."
    "Who could have done this...?" Robin breathed, her soft voice barely audible.
    "What Gear?" I wondered aloud. "I don't have anything." I looked around my destroyed room, and said to my friend, "Whatever this Gear is, somebody wants it. BAD. And they think I have it."
    "You don't, do you?" Robin asked.
    I quickly shook my head, and said, "No."
    "Should we call the police?"
    "Not right now. We'll wait until..." I trailed off, thinking hard. A dark look came into my stormy gray eyes, and at last I said, "'till Tuesday. We certainly aren't going to River Point, but it might be good to get out if the house then. And if something... bad happens, we'll call the police. And don't forget our little expedition on Monday."
    "Susan, I'm not sure about this," Robin said uncertainly, her gaze dropping so she didn't look me in the eye. "This us dangerous. These people are out to get you, Susan. Who knows what they might do."
    "I don't think they'll kill me though. They think I have something important, and they think only I know where it is. I suppose Val might..." I trailed off, thinking hard again.
    "What?"
    "We're gonna talk to Val."
    I left the room, Robin right behind me. We entered the kitchen, where Val was saying goodbye to his friends.
    "Don't forget!" one boy said to my brother.
    "I won't," Val replied, rolling his eyes.
    He shut the door, then turned to face Robin and I. "Whadya want?" my brother snapped.
    "Do you know of any odd "Gear" by any chance?" I asked quietly, looking him in the eye.
    Val suddenly looked uncomfortable. He turned, beckoning with one hand and led me towards his room. He flung the door open, and stared in shock.
    "What the hell! What have you two been—" Val yelled, kicking aside a pile of junk. His room too, had been trashed, and the window was open.
    Shoving aside another pile, my brother reached under his bed and rumaged around. After a few minutes, he turned back to us, a look of anger on his face.
    "Next time you want something, ASK first before you start rumaging through my stuff, or you'll be sorry. Now, was this what you were looking for?"
    I stared in astonishment as Val showed me a strange object, which would haunt me for no doubt the rest of my life.

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