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.
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.
Illustrations and familiar content provide support for emergent readers as they learn the high-frequency word "like" and vocabulary words for food.
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.
Along with repetitive language meant to strengthen comprehension, this book contains creative illustrations to differentiate between "up" and "down" actions.
To demonstrate the difference between "in" and "out," this book uses repetitive sentence structure and colorful illustrations that support the text.
This book uses everyday vocabulary and consistent sentence structure to introduce family relationships. Readers can identify and compare family members using text and illustrations.