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|Author||: Phyllis Haddox,Siegfried Engelmann,Elaine Bruner|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
A step-by-step program that shows parents, simply and clearly, how to teach their child to read in just 20 minutes a day.
|Author||: Siegfried Engelmann,Phyllis Haddox,Elaine Bruner|
SRA's DISTAR is one of the most successful beginning reading programs available to schools. Research has proven that children taught by the DISTAR method outperform their peers. Now, this program has been adapted for use at home. In only 20 minutes a day, this remarkable step-by-step program teaches your child to read--with the love, care, and joy only a parent and child cane share. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
|Author||: Jj Smith|
|Editor||: Independently Published|
Is your child halfway through first grade and still unable to read? Is your preschooler bored with coloring and ready for reading? Do you want to help your child read, but are afraid you'll do something wrong? Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons Book is a leveled reading workbook, intended for kindergarten students. The workbook contains more 100 fiction and non-fiction texts, each followed by exercises designed to reinforce literary skills including reading comprehension, vocabulary, spelling and writing. Answer sheets are included for all exercises. Our readers are leveled from A to Z based on a number of factors related to text complexity such as vocabulary, average word size and sentence length, amount of repetitiveness of words and sentence structures and subject matter complexity. Level A, B, C stories are approximately 50-80 words long. Early reading levels use short, simple words and sentences in big fonts in a repetitive manner. Stories relate to subjects young children are familiar with. Each successive level introduces greater reading challenge.
|Author||: Hannah Braun|
|Editor||: Zephyros Press|
Learn to Read Activity Book delivers engaging lessons to successfully teach your child to read while having F-U-N. Your child will learn to read--and actually enjoy the process--if it's fun. That's why seasoned primary school teacher, Hannah Braun, combines playful activities with effective lesson plans in Learn to Read Activity Book. Learn to Read Activity Book builds critical literary skills through a series of activities that create connections between letters and words and help your child learn to read. Helping your child learn to read is important work and Learn to Read Activity Book makes it rewarding for both of you, with: Play-Motivated Learning that includes coloring, tracing, mazes, puzzles, and word searches that entertain your child as they learn to read An Effective Teaching Method that uses the "I do, we do, you do" model to build independence through practice Over 100 Cumulative Lessons that begin with letter recognition and phonetics, and build towards reading complete words From letter recognition to word pronunciation you will witness exciting "light bulb" moments in your child as they joyfully learn to read with the Learn to Read Activity Book.
|Author||: Sidney Ledson|
Reveals the phonic program by which preschoolers as young as two begin reading at the Sidney Ledson Institute for Intellectual Advancement (see www.sidneyledsoninstitute.com). This light-hearted, yet scientifically advanced, method permits parents, schoolteachers and even babysitters to quickly teach children of all ages to read.
|Author||: William J. Bennett,Michael Hague|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
Presents stories of significant events and people in American history, patriotic songs, and American folk tales and poems.
|Author||: Mark Bruce Thogmartin|
|Editor||: Grayson Bernard Pub|
This guide shows parents how to combine story reading, phonics, and writing to help their children develop into skilled and motivated readers. The guide discusses how to prepare children for reading success; how to use children's literature to promote learning and enjoyment; why combining book experiences and phonics is better than using either approach alone; ways to use writing to enhance children's reading progress; why reading aloud is important; and which books to use and where to find them. Chapters in the guide are: (1) "The 'Great Debate'"; (2) "Acquiring Language and Learning To Read"; (3) "Early Readers: What Can They Teach Us?"; (4) "What Works? One Successful Program"; (5) "Using 'Real Books' in Your Program"; (6) "Preparing for Formal Lessons"; (7) "Book Reading and Strategy Development"; (8) "Learning about Letters, Sounds, and Words"; (9) "Story Writing in the Reading Lesson"; and (10) "Putting It All Together: A Sample Lesson." Contains 79 references. Appendixes present a 600-item bibliography of children's trade books; a special note for Christian educators; and advice on establishing a tutoring project. (RS)
|Author||: ATLANTIC PUBLISHING GROUP,Atlantic Publishing Group Inc. Staff|
|Editor||: Atlantic Publishing Group (FL)|
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, children introduced to reading early on tend to excel in school compared to children who are not exposed to language and books at a young age. While the building blocks of literacy begin at infancy, a child as young as 3 years old has the ability to read basic words and short sentences. According to the National Institute for Literacy, researchers have found strong evidence that children can learn reading and writing in their earliest years, long before they go to school. Is your child interested in learning his or her ABCs? Does your child play with books and interact with you and the story while being read to? The most important factor in determining whether your child is ready to learn to read is his or her enthusiasm for learning. If your child has begun to express an interest in reading, this book will provide you with the tools for teaching him or her the basics of phonics and promoting a love for reading -- one of the best gifts a parent can offer a child. How to Teach Your Preschooler to Read In 30 Days addresses some basic questions you might have about the benefits of reading as a preschooler, the keys for teaching a child to read, and the tools and supplies you need to create an effective classroom in your home. This book provides lesson plans for a four-week instruction program. You will begin by introducing a set of preliminary sounds and letters and incorporating these letters into games. Once your child has mastered these words, you can teach him or her more complex sounds and words, and your child will begin to construct simple sentences. This book includes short stories you can use to continue your child's reading instruction after completing the four-week program. Games, visual cues, and role-playing -- the main means of learning for children ages 3 to 5 --provide an entertaining environment in which your child can perform his or her best. This book also addresses how babysitters and other caregivers can help teach your child to read and shows you how to create a reading record book so caregivers can provide you with proper feedback on the progress your child made while you were away. This book also addresses how to speak with teachers about your child's reading abilities upon entering school to ensure he or she continues learning. We spent hundreds of hours interviewing early childhood development educators and parents who shared their tips and advice for not only teaching your child how to read, but also instilling a lifelong love of words in their hearts. In a world where a college degree is becoming the new high school diploma, make sure your child is keeping up with the times by establishing his or her literacy at an early age with this helpful book.
|Author||: Patrick McDonnell|
|Editor||: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers|
In this interactive and engaging read-aloud, bestselling author and award-winning artist Patrick McDonnell creates a funny, engaging, and almost perfect story about embracing life's messes. Little Louie's story keeps getting messed up, and he's not happy about it! What's the point of telling his tale if he can't tell it perfectly? But when he stops and takes a deep breath, he realizes that everything is actually just fine, and his story is a good one--imperfections and all.
|Author||: Carrie Lindquist|
|Editor||: New Leaf Publishing Group|
An easy and fun approach to teaching your child to read A stand-alone phonics & reading program, flexible for use in either kindergarten or first gradeA workbook filled with lessons, instructions, and suggested hands-on activities for a full semester of studySuggested hands-on activities will utilize materials typically found in the kitchen or playroom (e.g., crayons, markers, flour, rice, play-dough) This unique curriculum will take your student on a journey from the beginning of creation to the Resurrection of Christ as they learn each letter and corresponding sound. Designed to meet the needs of students who are ready to begin writing, as well as those who may not have mastered the hand-eye coordination skills yet that are needed for writing.
|Author||: Lisa Cestnik,Jay Cestnik|
|Editor||: Teaching Resources|
One hundred mini-books featuring one high-frequency word and a rhyming poem for children to complete are accompanied by teaching tips and extension activities.
|Author||: Guy Bailey|
A comprehensive resource of physical education games designed to help children in grades K-8 develop the skills important to performing a wide variety of team and lifetime sports.
|Author||: Sarah Janisse Brown|
This is a workbook that includes 100 easy lessons. Expect 10 minutes of parent/child learning time and 10 minutes of independent study time for the child. The Bible provides the best material for learning to read, write and spell! 1. Read and study one simple Bible verse with your child everyday. 2. Your child will repeat, recite, read and write each one until they know them well. This method of learning to read and write is stress free and fun for parent and child! This is an excellent introduction to reading and writing for young children, struggling readers, 1st to 3rd graders, and children with Dyslexia. Your child will master the sight words and build a meaningful foundation for literacy. Includes both manuscript and cursive. This workbook is designed to be simple for children with dyslexic tendencies. By using the Open Dyslexic Font and using Sight Word Strategies we are able to overcome some of the obstacles caused by curriculum that depend on phonics. Children with dyslexia are confused by the words that do not follow the phonetic rules. As you know the English language often deviates from it's own rules leaving dyslexic children feeling overwhelmed and befuddled. The goal of this method is to help children memorize the verses, learn hundreds of sight words, and develop intuitive decoding strategies. If your child is not confused by phonics we recommend using a fun phonics program after completing this workbook. If your child is still reversing letters be sure to start with our fun dyslexia therapy - Dyslexia Games www.DyslexiaGames.com
|Author||: Modern Kid Press|
|Editor||: Modern Kid Press|
Learn to Read: A Magical Site Words and Phonics Activity Book This book is perfect for kids of all ages who want to learn to read and write in a fun and magical way! The book contains over 40 sight words that kids learn through the image of the word as opposed to sounding letters out. These words make up almost half of most children's books which results in a much easier experience learning other words. It also includes word recognition drills along with fun puzzles and games using magical creatures like unicorns, mermaids and dinosaurs. The Book Contains: Premium matte cover design Printed on high quality 60# interior stock Perfectly sized at 8.5" x 11"