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Interactive Reading Books Set 1 & 2

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How Many? teaches students to match, identify, label and sequence numbers 1-12. There are 4 picture pages and 12 sentence pages from which students learn to read number words one through twelve and simple nouns (ex: six suns). Number to picture and picture to number matching concepts are taught. (ex: Have the student put the number "2" card on the picture that has 2 "shoes".

What Color Is It?  teaches students how to match, identify and label colors. Using 4 picture pages and 12 sentence pages students also learn to read their color words which are included in simple sentences. (ex: "The apple is red.") The colors are also taught by association. (ex:The "apple" is matched to the red square.

I Go To School uses the vocabulary and activities you might find in a typical school day. Using 4 picture pages and 12 sentence pages, the pictures in this book resemble a visual schedule. Aside from matching, identifying, labeling, creating sentences and learning to read, the students can also use the pictures to answer simple questions.

Things I Do at Home  uses the vocabulary and activities that might make-up a typical day at home. It also contains 4 picture pages and 12 sentence pages where students work on matching, identifying, and labeling pictures. Upon completion of those activities students then use the pictures as a visual aid

Action! teaches action verbs and pronouns while posing and then answering who, what and where questions. (ex: Where can she swim? Answer: She can swim in the pool.) Ask additional questions to expand the concept being presented. (ex: In the sentence "I can hide in the tunnel", ask the student to tell you some other places you might hide.

Sounds Good To Me. teaches the letters of the alphabet and how they sound at the beginning of words. (ex: The letter D sounds like duh-duh DUCK.) Students match, identify, and label the pictures, then put them on the appropriate square to match the letter with the same beginning sound.

Ups and Downs of Opposites, two sentences on each page give examples of pairs of opposites. (ex: The dishes are dirty. The clothes are clean.)Students match the pictures, identify, and label them. They then put the appropriate pictures and words together. (ex: Dishes with dirty, clothes with clean, etc). Students read the sentences with the pictures, then without the pictures, and finally with all the sentences mixed up to make sure students are truly reading

How Do I Feel Children learn to identify pictures of emotions in this book. Sentences such as, "I feel ________ when I do a good job," allow the students to label their feelings. Even if a student is non-verbal or doesn't speak English, once they can identify the pictures, you can read the sentence and have them give you or point to the picture that labels their emotion. 

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