Games for Reading

Games for Reading

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Item #: 024365
ISBN: 9780394721491
Grades: PK-2

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So your children may not think that reading is the most fun, but I'll bet they do love games. This book contains over seventy games of all varieties that will get children excited about learning to read. Each game works on some aspect of reading in particular; for example, a word hunt game for hyperactive children who need to learn words but also need to move; for learning sounds, children have the alphabet written out on paper and must use each letter to begin a word; and many more. The book is divided into four parts: games for learning words (vocabulary), games for learning sounds, games for understanding (reading comprehension), and reading every day (games designed specifically to strengthen children's interest in reading). Mazes, puzzles, games for busy children, rhyming games, bingo games, and much more are included. I really like this quote from the introduction: "When children play, their resistance to learning goes down and their willingness to apply themselves goes up. They never absorb ideas more easily than when they're having a good time." ~ Zach

Primary Subject
Reading/Literature
Grade Start
PK
Grade End
2
ISBN
9780394721491
Binding
Trade Paper
Pages
240
Edition
Illustrated
Language
English
Audience
General Adult
Author
Peggy Kaye
Format
Softcover Book
Brand Name
Pantheon Books
Weight
1.15 (lbs.)
Dimensions
8.0" x 7.5" x 0.5"
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seems innovative and unique.
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seems innovative and unique.
janae w on Dec 9, 2020
to help my grandson
Jane T on Mar 28, 2020
to help my grandson
Jane T on Mar 28, 2020
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This book has been out awhile and an excellent wealth of ideas for us "uncreative" types that want a fun game to get the idea across I found many favorite game ideas that we ended up playing over & over If you have special slow or hyperactive learners it has hunting games checkers memory repeating ridiculous-sounds games that you use index cards etc to make up your own games in minutes Homeschool at this age should be some fun and games if real learning can happen and the reading bug "caught" I have a sense of humor and it really appealed to that
August 14, 2007


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