COLORFUL NEW EDITIONS OF A TIMELESS SERIES DESIGNED TO INTRODUCE YOUNG CHILDREN TO UNFAMILIAR SITUATIONS IN AN AMUSING AND FRIENDLY WAY. EACH TITLE FEATURES STEPHEN CARTWRIGHT'S DELIGHTFUL ILLUSTRATIONS, PROVIDING LOTS TO LOOK AT AND TALK ABOUT....
|Title||:||Going to School|
|Number of Pages||:||16 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Going to School Reviews
This book is excellent. This book has two separate versions which may be read independently or as a longer story. The version at the top of the page is a simple sentence version of the book and is approximately a first grade reading level. The version at the bottom of the page is a more complicated and detailed version of the book and is approximately a second or third grade reading level. A great way to read this book to a baby or toddler is to read only the top line. As the child gets older, read the bottom line as well. When the child starts to read, have them read the top line and you the bottom line. This will give them a great sense of accomplishment which is so important for success in reading. This is a book that can grow with your child. Don't forget to look for the duck on each page. Purchase this book at my Independent Consultant Website: www.ubah.com/s2995
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Percy and Polly get ready for their first day of school.
as an early childhood teacher, I love how this book sets children at ease.
Not as fear-centered as other books that are meant to introduce kids to the concept of kindergarten, which is nice.
My daughter did not cry at her 1st day because of this book :)