Look for Ladybugs

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Children's Press, Sep 1, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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- Fits national reading standards by linking images to the text to provide picture clues and introducing ageappropriate vocabulary.
- This series meets the Reading First initiative.
- The repetitive language, structure, and rhyming patterns help children decipher words.
- Word lists at the back of each book help build reading vocabularies.
Curriculum Standards: Grades K-4 Social Studies Standards
Culture: I
- Describe ways in which language, stories, folktales, music, and artistic creations serve as expressions of culture and influence behavior of people living in a particular culture.
Individual Development and Identity: IV
- Work independently and cooperatively to accomplish goals.
- Explore factors that contribute to one's personal identity such as interests, capabilities, and perceptions.
- Describe the unique features of one's nuclear and extended families.
- Identify and describe ways family, groups, and community influence the individual's daily life and personal choices.

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User Review  - Cindy Foley - Goodreads

I like it because when ever he was looking for a ladybug it was already in front or behind him. Read full review

About the author (2006)

Rau is an author and editor. She has written numerous children's books

Christine C. Schneider spent fifteen years in Austria as a missionary and has traveled extensively throughout Europe. Her avid interest in the Middle Ages and the history of Christianity in Europe formed the impetus for this fiction series.

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