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25 Read & Write Mini-books That Teach Word Families

by Nancy Sanders, Anne Kennedy
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Product Details

  • Publisher: Scholastic Teaching Resources (Teaching
  • Publishing date: 01/04/2001
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-13: 9780439155878
  • ISBN: 0439155878


Fun and Interactive Rhyming Stories That Give Kids Practice With the 25 Key Word Families-and Put Them on the Path to Reading Success!
Fosters the Fun of Reading!
Rhyming, reproducible storybooks that use a few simple words to help kids practice reading and writing words from 25 key word families.

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  • Phonics books - mini printable
    From Amazon

    These are great. Helps with independent learning or learning in groups in the classroom.

  • Great for take-home practice
    From Amazon

    I used these books as follow-up practice for at home with my second language learner first graders during the first half of the year. The predictable format and word families made these a weekly addition to my homework assignments. I had them store their collection in a gallon Ziploc bag for independent reading in the classroom, too. I will use these with my own daughter once she is old enough to read.

  • Fun Little Books to reinforce Rhyming
    From Amazon

    My daughter loves these. My daughter especially loves writing in the letters to complete the words. I suppose I'm a funny mom, but I always give books as birthday gifts, because I figure that every child gets toys for their birthday. I made some for a friend's son who is in kindergarten for his birthday and he loved them too. It was a gift for him and his parents. It made him feel so good to tell his mom he read a book on his own! One mom commented on the need to assemble the books and that she hadn't realized that before she bought the book. Most Scholastic teaching books are that way--but I love that, because you can copy them over and over again. You have the right to reproduce the sheets for personal use.

  • Fun Parent/Tot Activity. Rewarding for both of us!
    From Amazon

    This collection is great for early readers. My son loves these mini-books. I just need to open it up and he'll pick one w/ words or pictures that catch his eye and we'll make it. It's a nice way to spend some fun learning time together - he likes to cut, help staple & fold, then read the book - all at his pace. He doesn't write yet, but we do the last part- fill in the missing letter page, verbally. We both get a nice sense of accomplishment!

    From Amazon

    Maybe I didn't read the description closely enough, but I didn't realize that the books needed to be cut out and assembled. The book is still sitting on a shelf waiting for me to find enough time to figure out how to assemble them. Not a good product for a busy mom with a lot going on.

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