This engaging story with repetitive syntax recounts the efforts of swim happy animals trying to convince a reluctant dog to take the plunge.
Struggling readers are supported by repetitive syntax and playful illustrations that show how fun it is to play soccer
This story follows a repetitive pattern of dialog as a young family works together to build a sand castle
Maria battles Mom and Dad in an emotional tug-of-war: Ride the coaster with Dad? Or stay and watch with Mom?
Using illustrations and text, readers can identify the sequence of events leading up to a class running race and make connections to the experiences of the main character.
Readers can identify a problem and solution in this story about a girl who wants to learn to ride a bike. The illustrations and dialogue are designed to engage struggling readers.
In this book, colorful illustrations and details in the text help readers make predictions and comprehend vocabulary words such as "hook" and "reel."
The Big Soccer Game 14-1 This story, about a girl's routine leading up to a soccer game, allows readers to make connections with the main character. By looking at the text and illustrations, readers can identify the sequence of events and infer character traits.
Readers can make connections between the emotions of the main character and their own experiences. Engaging illustrations exemplify vocabulary such as "mitt" and "swung."
In this humorous story full of dialogue, readers can infer character traits about the various animals depicted in the beautiful illustrations and the text.