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    I Can Read: Grade 1 Sight Words by Leber, Nancy and Onish, Liane

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap. New with no dust jacket. 2006. Paperback. Clear and Simple Workbooks; 64 pages; Books in this series feature a simple, but appealing design; repetitive, patterned activities; clear directions to help your child work independently; and bonus flash cards to reinforce early reading skills. In this book your child will circle and match pictures with the same beginning sounds, begin to recognize the number of syllables in a word, and practice rhyming words. The book includes 32 flashcards on card stock and a poster to color. For Grade 1. .


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    My Mother Is A Baker Sing Along & Read Along with Dr. Jean reader by Creative Teaching Press

    Grade Level: Preschool, Kindergarten, First Grade This popular Dr. Jean song has been hand selected and transformed into a delightful reader. This fun and whimsical story supports early learning concepts by nurturing oral language, alphabet recognition, and print knowledge. This motivating story is easy to act out and makes learning fun! This book covers the following early learning concepts: Language Development / Sequential Order Sing Along & Read Along with Dr. Jean musical CD sold separately. About Dr. Jean: Jean Feldman has over 35 year experience in education as a classroom teacher, author, and consultant. Dr. Feldman has an MA in Early Childhood and a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction. She is a member of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, National Kindergarten Alliance, and the International Reading Association. Dr. Feldman inspires teachers across the country with her engaging songs and creative activities that help make teaching and learning FUN!


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    Prereading Activities for Content Area Reading and Learning (Reading Aids Series) by Moore, David W.; Readence, John E.; Rickelman, Robert J

    Newark, DE: International Reading Association, 1986. 4th printing of 1982 ed. Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 65 pp. Stapled wraps are tight, with light rubbing on cover. Text is tight, clean, and unmarked


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    CYBER BOB AND THE SILICON KID: AN AUDIO-THEATRE CLASSROOM by Jerry Stearns and Brian Price

    Sanger, California: Balance Publishing Company. New. 2004. Plastic comb binding. 1878298402 . Publish an audio drama in your classroom! Cast: 11 characters:  7 male, 1 female, 3 either. Brief Summary: A 12 year old boy suspects he may be an android, so he hires a computer hacker to find out. The kit contains: 1) Printed Teaching Materials with plastic comb binding including detailed instructions for informal classroom use, recording the production, and producing the play for an audience. 2) A Data Disk (CD-ROM) containing, student materials, forms, work sheets, student guides, three production scripts – Level I (least challenging technical requirements) ; Level II (slightly more challenging technical requirements) ; Level III (the most challenging version). Adobe Acrobat Reader (Windows & Mac versions) and Audacity for Windows (a free audio editor) are also included on the data disk. 3) Three copies of the an audio CD containing all the recorded sound effects needed to produce any of the three script versions. (Recommended for grade levels 6 and up. ) THIS BOOK IS NEW. We are a Certified distributor of NEW Balance Publishing items. ; Textbook .


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    Core Skills Reading Comprehension Grade 5 by Resnick, Martha / Hyatt, Carolyn / Freiman, Sylvia

    Austin: Steck-Vaughn. New with no dust jacket. ©2004. Paperback. Core Skills Reading Comprehension; Textbook; 128 pages; Improve Comprehension Through Relevant Reading and Context-Based Vocabulary Available for grades 1-8. Students get meaningful reading practice as they develop their comprehension skills. Each reading selection features scenarios to which students can relate. After each story student complete a variety of exercises to apply many different comprehension skills in context as they improve vocabulary. Correleated to Language Arts Content Standards. .


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    Reading Readiness, Ages 5-6: Book 1 (I Know it! Books) by Hoffman, Joan

    Grand Haven, MI: School Zone, 1980. Soft Cover. Very Good-/No Jacket. Cook, Chris. 32 pp. Stapled wraps are nearly tight: cover is loosened from top staple. Text is tight, clean, and unmarked


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    Poetry Comprehension Skills Grade 3 by Fetty, Margaret (editor)

    Steck-Vaughn. Very Good. Paperback. New, unused book with storage damage. Open corners are bent. Does not affect use of book. ; Poetry Comprehension Skills; 96 pages; These reproducible books meet state-specific standards with a unique approach to comprehension. Though the focus is on comprehension, the vehicle for teaching it is poetry. With the clear instructions included, any teacher .will find it easy to introduce their students to poetry in a non-threatening way. Students respond to multiple-choice comprehension questions presented in a standardized test format, along with one short-answer question in each lesson. Five graphic organizers (KWL chart, concept web, grid graph, Venn diagram, word wheel) support the various activities and skills to be developed in the lessons. A bound-in answer key is included. .


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    Going by Plane by Weekly Reader/Gareth Stevens

    Reading Level : Second, Third, Fourth Grade Young readers learn about early airplanes, famous firsts in aviation history, passenger jets, and special planes such as crop dusters, seaplanes, cargo planes, military aircraft, and even helicopters. In addition to a host of photographs clearly linked to simple text, this leveled reading book includes graphs, charts, or maps that illustrate data and travel routes. 24 pages, paperback, full-color photographs, 7" x 7".


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    High Interest Nonfiction Grade 2 by Steck-Vaughn

    Steck-Vaughn. New. Paperback. New book that may have very light wear to edges and corners from being on display.; High Interest Nonfiction; 48 pages; These brief high-interst stories provide motivation for primary age readers to enjoy reading success. .


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    Things at School / Las cosas de la escuela by Weekly Reader/Gareth Stevens

    Grade Level : Preschool, Kindergarten, First Grade Sight recognition of words that name everyday objects is the focus of this colorful, bilingual book for English Language Learners. This book contains vivid, full-color photographs of familiar items used in the classroom. Easy-to-read, repetitive text in both English and Spanish identifies each item by name, while a strong photo/text match and visual glossary enhance comprehension. This early learning book supports the five essential elements of quality reading instruction: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Vocabulary, Fluency, and Comprehension. It introduces beginning readers to key concepts in the early elementary curriculum. Engaging text closely linked with colorful original photography makes these books exceptionally appealing. Pages: 16


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    Phonics Readers Set 1: Short Vowel Books by Various

    Austin: Steck-Vaughn. Paperback. New books packaged in shrink wrap ; Phonics Readers; This set contains ten different phonics readers based on short vowels -- five fiction and five reality-based stories. The books are 8 inches square and 8 pages each. A teacher guide is included. .


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    Leveled Reading: Realistic Fiction by Jasinski, Diane

    Steck-Vaughn. New with no dust jacket. 2009. Paperback. Leveled Reading; 96 pages; Each of the books in this series offers a selection of carefully leveled passages within a specific genre to supplement learning. These selections (at least most of them) appeared earlier in the Pair-it Books. But the selections in these books are not paired. To make pairs you'd have to buy all of the books. But if you already have the Pair-it Books, you could use these to supplement with the included comprehension exercises not contained in the Pair-it Books. The books in this series offer high-interest topics; exercises to build vocabulary, writing, critical thinking, and comprehension skills; and multiple reading levels in each book. Illustrations are in black and white and the pages are all reproducible for classroom use. Each selection is followed by three activity pages: one with reading comprehension questions, one with vocabulary exercises, and one with a critical thinking activity. <P> This book includes these selections which appeared as Pair-it Books: Whistle Like a Bird; Benny's School Trip; I Can be Anything; A Penny Changes the Day; Nana's Kitchen; The Around-the-World Lunch; The Missing Pet; A Gift to Share; My Prairie Summer; Milo's Great Invention; The School Mural; Diary of a Pioneer Boy; and The Grand Canyon Doesn't Scare Me. Contains the following graphic organizers: Cause and Effect Chart; Character Change Story Map; Character Traits Web; Story Events Map; Compare and Contrast Chart; and Cluster Story Map. Answer Key provided. F&P Reading Levels D-T; DRA Levels 8-50.. For grades 2-3. .


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    Phonics Readers Set 3: Blend Books by Various

    Austin: Steck-Vaughn. New. Paperback. New books packaged in shrink wrap ; Phonics Readers; This set contains ten different phonics readers based on blends -- five fiction and five reality-based stories. The books are 8 inches square and 8 pages each. A 16- page teacher guide is included. .


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    Going to School / De camino a la escuela by Weekly Reader/Gareth Stevens

    Grade Level: Kindergarten, First Grade, Second Grade This special English-Spanish bilingual book provides a convenient and stimulating opportunity for children to work on their second-language skills as they develop strengths in their primary language. This bilingual English/ Spanish series reviews the routines and rules of a school day, a common first-grade classroom theme. Going to School / De camino a la escuela features the many ways children can travel to school and arrive on time. Easy-to-read text, a strong photo-text match, a glossary, and labeled photographs will assist ELL students in decoding and comprehending the text and learning new vocabulary, while the familiar subject matter will engage them and enhance their reading comprehension. The dual-language text also makes these perfect take-home books to share with parents whose first language is Spanish. This early learning book supports the five essential elements of quality reading instruction: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Vocabulary, Fluency, and Comprehension. It introduces beginning readers to key concepts in the early elementary curriculum. Engaging text closely linked with colorful original photography makes these books exceptionally appealing. Pages: 24


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    Informal Reading Assessments Grades K-8, 2nd Edition by Fry, Dr. Edward

    Teacher Created Materials. New. 2001. Second Edition. Paperback. 96 pages; This book is highly effective for measuring progress, planning instruction, and determining areas of difficulty. The book contains assessments for phonics, spelling, oral reading, phoneme segmentation, letter and word recognition, onset and rimes, comprehension, homophones, vocabulary, hearing, and vision. At the end of the book is a list of Dr. Fry's teaching materials that correspond to the various assessment tests. They can be used to help students improve their weak areas. <P><LB><LB>The tests are reproducible for student use, but the book itself is addressed to teachers. The book includes interest inventories for both children and adults, instructions and forms for a parent/guardian interview, and instructions and forms for using school records. 96 pages. Regular workbook size<LB> .


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    Making a Model with Solid Figures by Weekly Reader/Gareth Stevens

    New. Grade Level: Second GradeProduct #: WR90143Sample Pages Presents the complete range of math concepts and skills students are expected to master during the second grade, moving sequentially through the math curriculum. The text in this book reflects the relevance of math to daily life, and has been leveled to match students&rsquo; reading levels as they progress from the beginning of second grade to the end. What's more fun than a day at the park? Building your own minipark, of course! In this leveled reader book join a group of friends as they use objects of different shapes to make their own playground. Special features include: fun stories in familiar settings that relate math to the real world full-color photos and illustrations that enhance and support both the stories and the math skills developed in consultation with math and reading curriculum specialists a glossary to promote reading and math comprehension 24 pages, full-color photographs and illustrations, paperback, 7"x7".


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    Improving Reading Comprehension Grade 5 by Steck-Vaughn

    Steck-Vaughn. New. © 1998. Paperback. Improving ReadingComprehension; 96 pages; These reproducible workbooks provide ideal practice for standardized tests. They contain original stories and activities which are similar to the types of reading passages and comprehension questions students will face on these tests: realistic fiction, fantasy, and nonfiction. There are age-appropriate, real-life topics. One page of story is followed by one page of activity. Each activity can give practice in up to six different comprehension skills: main idea, conclusion, sequence, context, inference, and facts. The format of the activities varies from story to story. Each book has 96 perforated pages with a bound-in answer key. .


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    Imagine and Write, Book 2 (Weekly Reader Skills Book) by Atwood, Beth S

    Middletown, CT: Field Publications, 1988. Soft Cover. Very Good-/No Jacket. Vye, Dulcianne. 48 pp. Stapled wraps are tight. Cover shows light rubbing and writing in ink. Text is tight and unmarked, but lightly tanned


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    Core Skills Reading Comprehension Grade 3 by Resnick, Martha / Hyatt, Carolyn / Freiman, Sylvia

    Austin: Steck-Vaughn. Good+ with no dust jacket. ©2004. Paperback. Core Skills Reading Comprehension; Textbook; 160 pages; Improve Comprehension Through Relevant Reading and Context-Based Vocabulary Available for grades 1-8. Students get meaningful reading practice as they develop their comprehension skills. Each reading selection features scenarios to which students can relate. After each story student completes a variety of exercises to apply many different comprehension skills in context as they improve vocabulary. Correlated to Language Arts Content Standards. These have been in storage for a few years and will no longer look like new. They've been stacked on a shelf in a garage where it gets hot. They've never been read and the pages are clean, but covers may have light wear and may not lie flat, and books may also have lost their perfectly flat shape. They still will serve their intended purpose well for student use. .


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    Reading Diagnosis Kit by Miller, Wilma H

    West Nyack, NY: Center for Applied Research in Education, 1978. 2nd ed. Comb Binding. Very Good/No Jacket. 336 pp. Comb binding is intact. Cover shows light rubbing. Owner's name stamped on title page. Text is otherwise clean and unmarked. NOTE: Because of the weight of this book, there will be EXTRA CHARGES to ship it by air or outside the USA


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    Dr. Fry's Word Sorts: Working With Letters and Digraphs by Fry, Edward B

    Westminster, CA: Teacher Created Materials. New. 2003. Paperback. 96 pages; For Grades K-2. This book offers a fun way for students to manipulate pictures, sounds, and words in a meaningful way. The students simply sort the words These word sorts are for the very beginning reader. They do not require any reading ability at all, but students who are early readers can practice words while they are sorting. The exercises encourage students to learn what the letters of the alphabet look like in the context words, and they become progressively more difficult. Some digraphs are included in this book, as well. <P>These word sorts are meant to support beginning reading programs -- not replace them. They can be used as center activities or they can be done individually or in groups. They can also be used for assessment. Reproducible for classroom use. 96 .


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    Discover: Teacher's Book: A Resource for Planning and Teaching by Cooper, David; Pikulski, John J

    Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1996. Spiral binding. Very Good/No Jacket. 427 pp. Spiral binding is undamaged. Cover shows light rubbing. Text is clean and unmarked


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    Learning Sight Words Vol. 1 by Rankie, Barbara

    Sara Jordan Publishing. New with no dust jacket. 2008. Paperback. New book which may have light wear on edges or corners from display or storage. My scanner has been acting up and is putting shadow spots near the top edge of any scans on white covers. Those are not real spots you see on the cover.; 64 pages; This is the first of four volumes of workbooks designed to accompany the four volumes of Singing Sight Words (also available from me). The four volumes together teach over 300 of the most commonly used sight words. Although intended for use with children in grades K-3, they can be used for beginning readers of any age. The Dolch-based reproducible lessons are designed to make language acquisition easy and fun. Activities in this book include coloring, printing, tracing words, matching sentences or words to pictures, filling in missing words, and some group hands-on activity lesson plan suggestions. .


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