READ: Step Up, PreK–K, eBook

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Creative Teaching Press, Jan 1, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 127 pages
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Read, Explore, And Discover early reading success!
The innovative workbook series is expertly designed to support beginning readers as they color Explore And Discover early reading success!
The series combines lively learn-to-read stories with fun, kid-tested activities expertly designed to match the abilities of developing readers. Each grade level offers a STEP IN workbook with shorter stories and simpler sentences and a STEP UP workbook with stories and sentences that are a bit longer.
STEP IN workbooks contain story questions that feature more recall, main idea and detail, and simple comparison. Then choose a workbook when your young reader is ready for story questions that place more emphasis on answers that highlight reasoning, prediction, and acquired word knowledge.
The STEP IN, Gr. K1workbook features the following: A collection of best-selling learn-to-read stories that kids love to read,
, Engaging questions that spark discovery of new words and story discussion,
, Creative and dynamic story-based activities that reinforce essential reading skills,
, Flash cards and activities that provide practice with the words every reader must know,
, Parent-friendly teaching tips that make it easy to support beginning readers,
Young readers can enjoy the stories and activities on their own or with a parent. Unique to each story are engaging can-you-find-it questions that kidsand even parentswill enjoy exploring as they color

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