This item is included in the Red Book Package.
Requires the Teacher Book to use this manual. Paperback. 384 pages. For ages 7 to 9. By Debbie Strayer.
36 weekly lessons divided into easy-to-use daily plans. Lessons require little or NO preparation! Instructions and activities for phonics, reading skills, grammar, creative writing, and higher-order thinking skills taken from six delightful readers! Includes a quick review of first grade phonics and instruction in advanced phonics.
The “real book” read alouds needed for this program may be obtained through your library or purchased from bookstores or catalogs.
Enrichment Activities included in The Red Book Program will challenge your student with thinking, writing, and creative activities that are ideal for the fluent reader and easily adaptable for the nonreader.
Handwriting instruction teaches upper and lower case letters, numbers, PLUS punctuation! Illustrated practice sheets encourage your student to do his best.
Phonics Facts, Grammar Guides, and Punctuation Pointers keep students on track.
Games, word-wheels, flip books, and MORE hands-on projects and activities are effective for ALL types of learners.
Spelling lessons include spelling lists, word puzzles, and spelling tips.
Assessments enable teachers to evaluate progress. Phonics Facts, Grammar Guides, Syllable Sense, and Punctuation Pointers aid students in remembering the tricks of the trade for reading, grammar, and spelling.
“REAL BOOK” READ ALOUDS USED IN THE RED BOOK NECESSARY TO COMPLETE THE PROGRAM ARE LISTED IN THE ORDER IN WHICH THEY ARE USED (these are not included in the price of this package):
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1. A Tree Is Nice by Janice May Udry
2. Little Bear by Else Holmelund Minarik
3. The Fire Cat by Esther Averill
4. Bravest Dog Ever by Natalie Standford
5. Ox-Cart Man by Donald Hall
6. Corduroy by Don Freeman
7. The Little Island by Golden MacDonald
8. Billy and Blaze by C.W. Anderson
9. Harry the Dirty Dog by Gene Zion
By Ingri & Edgar Parin d’AulaireFrom everyone’s favorite authors-the d’Aulaires- this celebration of Abraham Lincoln’s life is here just in time for the year of his 200th birthday. Recreated with the vivid colors originally intended, this edition was published from the original 1940 printing. Exemplifying Lincoln as the archetypal American hero, this biography follows Honest Abe from his youth in the wilderness of Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois, to his days practicing law, running for office, and eventually becoming president of the United States. Softcover.