As readers look at the engaging illustrations in this book, they can interpret information in the text, which introduces animal vocabulary words and describes character traits of the animals.
Using colorful illustrations and repetitive language, readers can confirm predictions about the story and learn vocabulary such as "slide" and "flower."
High-interest illustrations and an amusing story keep reluctant readers interested while they learn vocabulary relevant to the topic, such as "string," "windy," and "sky."
This book pairs common animals with their young to teach vocabulary such as "duckling," "calf," "chick," and "kid." Consistent sentence structure strengthens emergent skills.
High-interest illustrations support the text, which tells the story of a dog searching for his bone. The illustrations and repetitive language reinforce color vocabulary words.
Colorful illustrations complement a high-interest topic. The text in this book alternates between short, repetitive sentences and longer, more complex sentences.
Readers use illustrations to interpret information as they learn vocabulary for various animal sounds. Short sentences and consistent language support emergent readers.
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.
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.
Engaging illustrations and repetitive vocabulary, such as "see" and "my," strengthen the skills of emergent readers as they see and read about articles of clothing.
The text supports struggling readers with repetitive syntax and dots below each word. Colorful illustrations support the text by depicting familiar animals.
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.