Using the high-frequency word "I," this book introduces several useful vocabulary words for zoo animals. Repetitive language and interesting illustrations support beginning readers.
This book uses repetitive language to reinforce the connections made from highly engaging color illustrations of circus attractions. Young readers can use the dots below each word of the text to follow along.
Illustrations and familiar content provide support for emergent readers as they learn the high-frequency word "like" and vocabulary words for food.
This expository text uses illustrations and diagrams to help readers interpret information. Readers can identify a main idea and supporting details as they discover the anatomy and habits of the hermit crab.
Readers make and confirm predictions based on the engaging illustrations, which help readers identify the characters, setting, and sequence of events.
Colorful illustrations complement a high-interest topic. The text in this book alternates between short, repetitive sentences and longer, more complex sentences.
Engaging illustrations depict the humorous story of a dog in a game of tug-of-war with his owner. Readers use the illustrations to help comprehend the text.