Let's Go, Dear Dragon - Paperback
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Let's Go, Dear Dragon - Paperback

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Teachers' Notes Look Inside A boy and his pet dragon celebrate the Fourth of July by going to the beach, having a picnic, and watching fireworks. Now re-illustrated with a fresh and modern look, these timeless beginning readers foster independent reading and comprehension. Using high frequency words and repetition, readers gain confidence while enjoying every day experiences with a boy and his imaginary pet dragon.  Educators' 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

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    Under 1.0
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    Margaret Hillert
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As always, these books never fail! Another great Dear Dragon for our collection. NetGalley user, July 2016

I loved this book. I will be using this book in my classroom. 5/5 stars NetGalley user, July 2016

I love these books. I wish I could use this one right before the Fourth of July, but I don't do summer school. The kids will read this one anyway. NetGalley user, July 2016

I think this is a great book for beginning readers. It is easy to read. 5/5 stars NetGalley user, June 2016

The Dear Dragon series is made up of several books that are easy readers. They use site vocabulary that is printed in the back of the book. It reminds me of the books I learned to read with. This particular book in the series deals with summer, especially the Fourth of July or Canada Day. The boy and his dragon go to the beach where they play in the sand and with friends, have a picnic and even watch the fireworks. These Beginning-to-Read books capture the imaginations of beginning readers and help them on their way to independent reading. At the back of the book they list the vocabulary as well as tips for helping your child develop reading fluency. These books could also be read aloud to young children who are not able to read yet. A great addition to a family library or a primary classroom. 4/5 stars NetGalley user, June 2016

Another great book with the Dear Dragon. My students love him! And I have to say I can't wait for July to arrive to do this in class! Thanks!!! 5/5 stars NetGalley user, May 2016

This is another book belonging to the Margaret Hillert series. The artwork on the front cover of the book will indeed capture a beginning reader. The sentences in the story are short and specific. Sight words are frequently used throughout the story. A child can look at the picture and almost read the sentences. With the proper guidance and patience, a child can become a great reader by using the concepts presented in this book. The author and illustrator have entangled their creativity to motivate beginner readers. Teachers can use this book also to read to primary grades about this great Fourth of July festivity. This type of book is great for starting kindergarteners to read. Setting up listening centers will encourage young beginner readers to read. Richmond Independent School District

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