Nature Reader Book K Second Edition
Book K introduces an animal for each of the 26 letters of the alphabet and includes a story on each one of them. 90 pgs. paperback.
This completely revised, full-color reader will introduce students to God's marvelous creation while reinforcing phonics principles. Beginning vocabulary skills are also learned as students are exposed to new words (a glossary is located in the back of the text). Introducing an animal with each letter of the alphabet, twenty-six chapters will take readers from alligator to zebra. Simple review questions have been added to help with comprehension.
Note: This text is considered to be an advanced reader and should be used after completion of a kindergarten-level phonics-based reading program. Students who have completed such a program should be able to read this book with minimal help.
Kids love to read about animals and nature, and Christian Liberty Press offers six readers chock-full of interesting stories and appealing illustrations. Book K introduces an animal for each of the 26 letters of the alphabet, and includes a story on each one of them. Book 1 focuses on Creation and reinforces phonics principles. Book 2 emphasizes small creatures and lessons from nature. Books 3 and 4 discuss the daily routine and other aspects of animal life. Book 5 has been completely rewritten and teaches about the earths hydrosphere and the multitude of creatures that live in the ocean. Review questions are provided at the end of each chapter or section. Answer keys are available for Books 1-5. These contain detailed answers to the review questions found in the student text.
Teach reading skills using this God-honoring program filled with enriching and interesting reading material. Throughout this series, students read children- and history-oriented stories. Grade K emphasizes phonics instruction (2 books of single-syllable, short vowel, words; 2 books use multi-syllable words, long-vowel sounds). Grade 1 reinforces and applies these phonics skills. Grade 2 assumes students have a good grasp of phonics, so the series then shifts to progressively more challenging vocabulary and reading and emphasizes reading comprehension. Grade 3 stories span a broad history, including ancient and Bible. Grades 4-5 emphasize American history readings. Grade 6 highlights abridged and revised selections from classic authors. Some levels require Teachers' Manuals, student activities, and tests.
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