Look Inside Teachers' Notes A young girl likes to collect and sort object such as buttons, rocks and stamps. She arranges objects by color, shape or size and shares in the fun with her parents and friends. Beautifully re-illustrated with a fresh and appealing look, these Beginning-to-Read books foster independent reading and comprehension. Using high frequency words and repetition, readers gain confidence while enjoying stories about every day life and adventures. Educator resources include reading reinforcement activities and a word list in the back. Activities focus on foundational, language and reading skills. Sections include phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and reading comprehension.
Easy-to-read text describes collections of familiar items, which have been arranged by color, size, and shape. This is a book for young children about these traits, and it gives the adult working with them a great opportunity for teaching numbers, colors, sizes, and more. It will instill a love of looking at different things that may interest the child, too. A clever adult can help them identify interests and what to do with all of these things in different ways. One is only limited by the imagination. Sometimes theses kinds of activities lead to lifetime interests and even professions. Learning to share with interested others, methods for storage, figuring out where to go next, and other benefits fall into place. It is a great teaching book for beginning vocabulary and for social skills. Best of all, it may help the child work with others and find new friends. This is a beginning-to-read book with details to enhance the story.