1, 2, 3, My Daddy and Me

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PublishAmerica, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 16 pages
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1, 2, 3, My Daddy and Me is the first book in a series that is intended to help a child to learn how to read by drawing on their visualization skills. After my oldest daughter Kaycee struggled to learn how to read, we discovered that she was having troubles with the memorization of words, but when color was added to them it became more of a game rather than work. The color coordination of the top 100 target words needed for first grade helps a child to be visually stimulated in the learning process all while having fun with the colors. After they begin to read the color-coordinated words they are more open to phonetics and traditional print.

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I bought this book to go along with A Bird and a Bee and it is great. The color is wonderful. My children love it. The colors are bright and active and it is well worth the money. The unique thing about this book and its pair is that all the words have their own color pattern and they carry on through out both books. What a great new way to learn reading. Its a game. 

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