Letter Sounds to Help Parents Help Their Children: Not a Workbook, but a Work-With Book

Letter Sounds to Help Parents Help Their Children: Not a Workbook, but a Work-With Book

by Peggy L Forster


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Not a workbook, but a Work-With book to help a child learn an essential reading skill: Letter Sounds.

The child who knows the letters of the alphabet is ready to learn the sound of each letter. This book is filled with colorful animals, toys, food, things you wear, things you use, things that grow and other things that are familiar to preschoolers. There are questions that will focus attention on the letter sound being learned and answers to the questions at the bottom of the page (to make the parent look good).

The lessons are visual and verbal. No writing is involved, but the involvement of a parent, grandparent or older sibling is essential. That's why it's called a Work-With book, not a workbook.

For the child who is learning English as a second language, the picture pages can add immeasurably to his or her vocabulary.

PERFECT for homeschoolers!

Love it! It's clear, concise, and leaves room for discussion while keeping it fun. Even the struggling student will realize more success than a feeling of failure because the easy question and the picture clues often encourage more than just one correct answer."
--Barbara Stopp Vance, Children's Librarian for 25 years in Round Rock, Texas

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781568251646
Publisher: Rainbow Books, Incorporated
Publication date: 03/28/2013
Pages: 58
Product dimensions: 8.40(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

Peggy Loud Forster is a native Oklahoman now living in San Francisco by way of Houston, Texas.

Her teaching career began in Houston in 1963, teaching first grade, and ended in 1993, having taught second, third and fourth grades as well. During that time she married, had children, and was a stay-at-home mom for twelve years.

Eight years after retiring from teaching, she began a new career as a grandmother, daughter Diane providing four grandchildren in Texas, and son David, one in California.

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