Read With Me synthesizes decades of research into simple things that adults can do with young children to improve early literacy and language skills. After reading this book, adults use Active Reading to engage children in reading, prepare them to read on their own, and instill a lifelong love of reading.
Join two young children as they begin an adventure through a world of books in this story-within-a-bedtime-story. This metered read-aloud pays homage to classic children's literature: readers of all ages will love searching for characters they recognize from fairy tales and beloved picture books amongst the pages. Spiders weave words and mythical dragons soar as the children travel through magical lands guided by the rhythm and rhyme of acclaimed author Margriet Ruurs. Little ones will want to cuddle closer and settle in for a delightful journey before heading off to sleep themselves.
The Read with Me Bible for Toddlers: Children will love it. Vibrant, action-paced full-color art by Dennis Jones brings 24 of the Bible’s best-loved stories to life. Children will love looking at the pictures as you read the delightful simple words and short sentences.Share the excitement of God’s Word with your little one. Give them the Read with Me Bible for Toddlers!
Interactive Activities to Enhance Your Child's Language Development from Birth to Age Five
Author: Jo Ann Gramlich M.S.
There’s nothing more magical than interacting with a child, especially when you know you’re encouraging them to say their first true words. Starting as early as birth, you can begin to talk, play, and read with your child and become actively involved in the initial stages of communication. Talk, Play, And Read With Me Daddy will not only guide you, but provide you and your child with many stimulating activities and games that are developmentally appropriate and designed to help enhance your child’s speech and language skills. There are many interactive activities for infants (e.g., Making Sounds, Tubby Time, Playful Reading), toddlers (e.g., Sorting Fun, Picnic Time, My Fun Box), and preschoolers (e.g., Listen Up, Story Telling, Searching for Shapes). These fun-filled learning games can be played when you and your child have a few extra minutes during daily routines, playtime, or story time. You can also use this book when you are on the move, so make sure you carry it wherever you go.
A Step-By-step Guide to Teaching Your 3 Year Old to Read and Write
Author: Gheda Ismail
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Have you imagined teaching your 3-year-old to read and write? It is neither strange nor impossible! In this practical book designed by apassionate teacher and mother, Gheda Ismail will show you how easy itis to teach your 3- or 4-year-old to learn the fundamentals of reading and writing. Explained in 4 Do-It-Yourself Checklists, you will implement the Program using easy-to-obtain resources and simple instructions. Head's daughter, Halima, now aged 4 years and 5 months, is proof of the effectiveness of this Program. She learned to read aged 3 years and2 months, and now reading at level 20, she can read and write fluently ayear before she is school age. Your child can go from reading level 1 (far top) to reading level 10(above) as they progress through the Program, even before they enter school!
This title includes over twelve poems by known poets like Joyce Armor, Kenn Nesbitt, and Jack Prelutsky to name a few. Young readers will enjoy the vivid illustrations and the engaging poems all about me. There are sidebars to every poem explaining terminology such as speaker, repetition, simile, and point of view. This title also gives ideas on how to keep a poetry journal, put on a poetry reading and research other poets and poems to learn more!
Extensive research and an engaging narrative style untangle the myths and presuppositions surrounding the Oprah Book Club and reveal its complex and far-reaching cultural influence, confronting head-on how the club became a crucible for the heated clash between "high" and "low" literary taste, with the most extensive analysis yet of the Oprah Winfrey-Jonathan Franzen contretemps.
Learning From Children Who Read at an Early Age is the result of a three-year research project in which the authors studied a group of children who learnt to read without being taught, from before they started school until the end of Year 2 when they were given their first National Curriculum assessments. Using this study as a framework for examining how children make progress over their time in Key Stage 1 across a range of literacy skills, the authors suggest guidelines which teachers can use to help all children progress with reading.