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📒Be Ready For Reading ✍ Kate Capone
✏Be Ready for Reading Book Summary : Effective pre-reading skills are absolutely essential in language development. This delightfully illustrated 60 page activity book will allow young children to become familiar with names and sounds of letters of the alphabet in preparation for reading. The book also includes number recognition, counting from 1 to 20, colour and shape recognition and matching and comparing activities.
✏Ready for Reading Book Summary : The Learnalots educational books offer fun learning activities to help your child build the academic skills critical for school success. The book contains 8 scholastic categories: maths, reading, social skills, science, creativity, nature, health, and music.
📒Ready To Read Music ✍ Jay Althouse
✏Ready to Read Music Book Summary : Don't ask your students to read music until they are "ready to read music." This 100% reproducible book is packed with four sequential units of eight lessons each, all designed to prepare your students to read music. Most of the lessons are followed by a page of exercises, ideal for student assessment. And, as a bonus, there are page after page of large, reproducible music symbols...great for bulletin boards and flash card learning.
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📒Ready For Reading ✍ Laura Callahan Busch
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📒Ready To Read Ages 3 6 ✍ Spectrum
✏Ready to Read Ages 3 6 Book Summary : Take an active role in your childÕs education by providing a strong learning foundation for the school years ahead with Spectrum Learn with Me: Ready to Read. This invaluable activity book prepares children in all skill areas required for school success, and allows you to teach the literacy skills of phonics, alphabet recognition, and sequencing. It features 80 pages of activities with easy instructions, hints, and tips.
📒Ready For Reading ✍ Ruth Owen
✏Ready for Reading Book Summary : Follow Peek-a-Boo Penguin through this book with activities that build letter recognition, storytelling, visual literacy, and other pre-reading skills.
✏Reading in junior classes Book Summary : "... offers guidance to teachers on the use of the books in the revised and extended Ready to Read series, and describes the evolving New Zealand style for teaching reading in the early years. It also discusses the characteristics of skilled readers and teaching approaches which enable children to learn to read"--P. 7.
📒Getting Ready To Read ✍ Betty D. Boegehold
✏Getting Ready to Read Book Summary : How can I help my child become a good reader? Getting Ready to Read emphasizes the vital link between good reading skills and a love of books. You’ll discover the importance of talking and singing to your baby, of playing with and reading to your toddler, of encouraging your pre-schooler’s curiosity, and of making your child aware of the importance of reading in your life. This warm, practical guide provides you with advice about games and activities that will pave the way to good reading skills as they bring hours of enjoyment to both parent and child. You’ll discover: • Why it’s important for children to develop reading skills at their own pace • Which books to choose for each stage of your child’s development • How to monitor TV watching, and how to use TV as a teaching tool • Why all facets of your child’s development—physical, mental, and emotional—affect reading readiness • How to integrate reading readiness activities into your daily life . . . and much more. Featuring a special section with practice games and tests to help prepare your child for the Reading Readiness Tests administered by schools
📒Ready To Read And Write In The Early Years ✍ Angela Glenn
✏Ready to Read and Write in the Early Years Book Summary : Focusing on the crucial area of early literacy, this book aims to provide an easy-to-understand guide to inclusion for pre-school practitioners. Includes: how to establish strong foundations from which to develop reading and writing skills individual, paired and group reading and writing photocopiable record sheets short case studies that illustrate how strategies work in practice. Written for practitioners in all pre-school settings and parents.