In this story, readers make and confirm predictions as they associate colorfully illustrated tools and clothing with various professions.
In this book, readers can identify a sequence of events during a class field trip. The illustrations and descriptions in the text help readers visualize the experiences of the characters.
Mya and Trey search for their friends house and help each other learn how to correctly use apostrophes in a sentence.
Learn about the sound of the letter X, as Alex gets to spend the day in this uncle's box shop.
Readers learn the high-frequency word "my," along with several useful vocabulary words for articles of clothing. They can color the black-and-white illustrations and follow along with the text by using the dots below each word.
This book provides considerable support to beginning readers by covering the familiar topic of toys, using repetitive language, and incorporating engaging black-and-white illustrations that readers can color.
To hook reluctant readers, this story uses engaging illustrations of a boy and his dog, along with dialogue and basic sentence structure.