Fun stories for learning to read! Your 4-7 year old child will be reading stories with 3-6 letter words using short vowels a and i, like in the words sack and chin. Your child probably knows the sounds of many letters from seeing words in familiar places and has listened to stories with rhyming words. This book will help your child make the transition to reading stories independently. While they do not have illustrations, like most chapter books, your child can focus on the process of reading and have a real sense of reading success. When pictures are used at this stage, children can become dependent on them and memorize the words rather than using the letter/sound relationships that are so critical for building reading skills. These stories follow up the vocabulary from other books by Jane Wilson, Zat and Nat-2 Cats and Santas Bag. This vocabulary focuses on decodable words with rhyming patterns, so your child can continue to build skills in a gradual manner. Parent tips and color coding enhance this learning process. Also included in this book are many games to help your child sound out words and fun parent-child activities. These stories are great for struggling readers of all ages. Enjoy!
|Publisher:||School's Out Friday: Be Free to Read|
|Series:||Phonics Decodables , #2|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||53 KB|
|Age Range:||6 - 8 Years|
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