Read At Home First Experiences At The Optician

Author: Roderick Hunt
Editor: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780198387244
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Read At Home is the best-selling home reading series designed for young, beginner readers. It features all the popular Oxford Reading Tree characters in exciting stories written for parents to support their child's reading at home. Read At Home First Experiences introduce young children to new situations and are ideal for parent and child to read together. Read At Home First Experiences help parents to: BLExplore the wider world with their child BLTalk about shared feelings and emotions BLBuild vocabulary through the fun activities RAH Level: Although these books have been created for parents to share with their child, they have been written to Level 4 of Read At Home. Level 4 is for children Building Confidence in Reading - those children who can recognise 30-50 words by sight, can read harder sentences, with less support, and can use sounds to help make words. The story is written with simple but more varied sentence structure and vocabulary with three to four sentences per page.

Read It To Me Now

Author: Hilary Minns
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Minns charts the emergent literacy learning of 5 four-year-old children from different cultural backgrounds in their crucial move from home to school, and shows how children's early understanding of reading is learnt within their family.

Read At Home Floppy S Phonics L2a Shops

Author: Roderick Hunt
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780198387138
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Read at Home is a series designed for young, beginners readers. It features all the popular Oxford Reading Tree characters in exciting stories specially written for parents to support their children's reading at home. These entertaining stories, with real life an fantasy adventures, are carefully graded across 5 levels. Each story provides a wide rawnge of fun activities to support reading skills.

Owl At Home Post Reading Activities

Author: Tracy Pearce
Editor: Teacher Created Materials
ISBN: 1480780847
File Size: 78,57 MB
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These post-reading activities for Owl at Home allow students to share their understanding of characters, plots, and settings of the short stories in the book. They have opportunities to write, draw, and perform based on what they've learned.

Give Me My Yam

Author: Discovery Toys, Inc
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ISBN: 9780763605230
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A literacy teaching program designed for use at home by parents with their children. Contains one parent's handbook and twenty-four books (six books in each of four sequential levels) in one case.

Helping Your Children With Reading And Writing At Home

Author: Mary A. Colbert & William P. Colbert
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 146282112X
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Helping Your Children with Reading and Writing at Home By Mary Ann Colbert & Dr. William P. Colbert There really is no place like home when it comes to developing competent readers and writers. And with the aid of our new world changing guide the process and the goal of developing lifelong readers and writers will be greatly facilitated. Many years ago we set about finding out what type of reading and writing help parents and other adults were giving children and how it was working, We asked everyone and anyone who would talk with us and we came up with some rather startling information to share in our guide. Now talking with parents, grandparents. adults and children about the reading and writing activities they have experienced at home is second nature to us. Through the years, we have discovered that a great many things arc happening in American homes relative to helping children in these areas and even greater things are possible. The purpose of our book (We like to call it a guide.) is to awaken parents. grandparents and other adults, who work with children, to the great possibilities that are open to them that will revolutionize learning now and for future generations. The ideas, suggestions and strategies in our guide step off from the interests of the learners (which are the best indicators of what the children are ready and able to learn next) as opposed to curriculums and textbooks which often have an iron grip on what is available for young students to learn. We show our readers how to take advantage of the great knowledge they have about their children and how to use it to guide their children’s learning., and, more especially. to identify what is the next appropriate step for their children to take in their learning. All this is done in the home setting with family members participating and sharing the fruits of their learning labors. Besides giant leaps in learning, families can expect outstanding growth in family interpersonal relationships. The family is actually drawn closer together by sharing their diverse interests.. At the onset of the guide adults are asked to compare their thinking on reading and writing learning with some of the experts in the field via a true-false checklist. This technique totally involves parents with the book from the start. and parents are often surprised to see how their thinking coincides with experts in the field. The next section contains three case studies that illustrate, in detail, exactly what some very effective adults did to further the reading and writing skills of the children with whom they worked. The third sections contain some precise strategies that parents and other adults can begin using today with their children. The next sections identifies what children see as effective reading and writing strategies that are used by parents and their teachers. Section five is a summary of some ideas of some great teachers of reading and writing. The ideas here are undergirded by some sound learning principles which every adult, who works with children, will want to know about. The final section ends much like the guide begins with a checklist of some true - false items that will help guide parents and other adults to increasing success in helping their children with reading and writing at home.

Have You Seen The Crocodile

Author: Colin West
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ISBN: 9780763605339
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Written to show parents how children learn to read and help them develop their child's reading skills.

First Experiences With Biff Chip And Kipper At The Hospital

Author: Roderick Hunt
Editor: Oxford University Press - Children
ISBN: 0198332289
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Read At Home is the best-selling home reading series designed for young, beginner readers. It features all the popular Oxford Reading Tree characters in exciting stories written for parents to support their child's reading at home. Read At Home First Experiences introduce young children to new situations and are ideal for parent and child to read together. Read At Home First Experiences help parents to: BLExplore the wider world with their child BLTalk about shared feelings and emotions BLBuild vocabulary through the fun activities RAH Level: Although these books have been created for parents to share with their child, they have been written to Level 4 of Read At Home. Level 4 is for children Building Confidence in Reading - those children who can recognise 30-50 words by sight, can read harder sentences, with less support, and can use sounds to help make words. The story is written with simple but more varied sentence structure and vocabulary with three to four sentences per page.

First Experiences With Biff Chip And Kipper At The Optician

Author: Roderick Hunt
Editor: Oxford University Press - Children
ISBN: 0198332300
File Size: 21,89 MB
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Read At Home is the best-selling home reading series designed for young, beginner readers. It features all the popular Oxford Reading Tree characters in exciting stories written for parents to support their child's reading at home. Read At Home First Experiences introduce young children to new situations and are ideal for parent and child to read together. Read At Home First Experiences help parents to: BLExplore the wider world with their child BLTalk about shared feelings and emotions BLBuild vocabulary through the fun activities RAH Level: Although these books have been created for parents to share with their child, they have been written to Level 4 of Read At Home. Level 4 is for children Building Confidence in Reading - those children who can recognise 30-50 words by sight, can read harder sentences, with less support, and can use sounds to help make words. The story is written with simple but more varied sentence structure and vocabulary with three to four sentences per page.

Parent S Guide To Helping Children With Reading And Writing At Home

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The vast majority of parents is committed to their childrenâs literacy success and would do whatever it takes to find a solution if and when their children struggle with reading. They know how important it is. Parents want to know, they ask: What can I do to help my child learn to read? How are children taught to read and write at school? How can I avoid feeling frustrated especially when I have told my child the same word five times and he still does not know it? How do I eliminate the stress associated with reading at home? She wants me to read the same book again and again â what can I do? He says he hates reading â what can I do about that? The only thing I know to say is what I remember from when I was at school â I say âSound it outâ, but is doesnât seem to work with most words. What else can I say? What can I do to help when English is my second language and I cannot read well myself? I worry that it will have a negative impact on my childâs reading. Will it? These are just a few of the many questions that parents ask. Children benefit when parents and teachers collaborate to share information and seek answers to these questions. Fundamental to understanding what is happening in todayâs classrooms is communication, and this guide informs parents about current, effective literacy practices and why they are important. Often, sensational, misconstrued and ill-informed reports are perpetuated in the media leaving parents confused and worried. With this guide, PETAA seeks to eliminate some of these fears. Reading and writing together with your child should not be construed as a test. Rather, it is an opportunity for you to get to know your child as a learner, a learner striving to be literate. [Publisher website]

The Lost Voice

Author: Cynthia Rider
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780198385028
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Read at Home is a new series designed for young, beginner readers. It features all the popular Oxford Reading Tree characters in 18 exciting stories specially written for parents to support their children's reading at home. These entertaining stories, with real life and fantasy adventures, are now carefully graded across 5 levels, and contain vocabulary repetition and gradual progression within each level, from Book A to Book C. The Lost Voice is Level 5b for children Reading with Confidence - those children who can recognize 75+ words by signt, can read with less support and who can read silently and read ahead. The story has 4-6 sentences per page. Approx ORT level: Stage 6-7

Reading Together At Home

Author: Myra Barrs
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ISBN:
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Literacy At Home And School

Author: Lyn Wilkie
Editor: Heinemann
ISBN:
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"The guide covers: the foundations of literacy in the first five years of life; current approaches to teaching reading, writing and spelling in Australian primary schools; ways for parents to help children develop as readers and writers at home; the kinds of books to include in a family collection; issues such as homework, school reports and parent-teacher interviews." - back cover.

Promoting Family Literacy Through The Use Of At Home Reading Strategies

Author: Kimberly A. Smith
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The focus of this project was to provide a resource for parents who do not feel comfortable asking for help or cannot afford to find help for their struggling readers. A videotape was developed to provide strategies, suggestions, and demonstrations for parents to use with their children in the privacy of their own home. The strategies included in this video tape were chosen from strategies used by teachers in their classrooms and by research.

Reading Games In A Bag

Author: Sherri MacLean
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781533103864
File Size: 57,88 MB
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Reading Games Includes 20 reading game instructions for new and beginning readers that can be "Made at Home". Most use materials that are found in your home. The Reading games are designed to be fun for both you and your children as you help them to gain the skills they need to become better readers. Other than helping your children to grow up healthy and happy, the most important thing that you can do for them is to help them develop their reading skills. It is no exaggeration to say that how well children learn to read affects directly not only how successful they are in school, but also how well they do throughout their lives. When children learn to read, they have the key that opens the door to all the knowledge of the world. Without this key, many children are left behind. Years of research show clearly that children are more likely to succeed in learning when their families actively support them. When you and other family members read with your children, help them with homework, talk with their teachers, and participate in school or other learning activities, you give your children a tremendous advantage.This book includes 20 reading game instructions for families with elementary age children, that can be "Made at Home". Most of the activities make learning experiences out of the everyday routines in which you and your children participate. Most use materials that are found in your home. The games are designed to be fun for both you and your children as you help them to gain the skills they need to become readers. Each game is stored in a one gallon sized zipper bag for easy use and storage. Instructions are designed to make one at a time, or hold a swap to make all 20 Reading Games. Read what others are saying about Reading Games.We've been trying the Reading Games at home and they a great add-on to our home-school! Our boys are already asking for more games and our oldest offered to do the games with his little brother. There are 20 games to use with lower elementary age children to review sounds, word recognition, syllables, memorization, eye tracking and more. I'm planning to use these games to review reading skills throughout the summer break. ~ hiswonderfulworksUsing Reading Games with my children has brought a lot of fun and laughter into our home. They were easy to make at home. My young readers love the games and want to play them all the time. They have not caught on yet that the games are improving their reading skills! Way to go Activity Bags! ~ Grace M.I made Reading Games as a gift for my daughter-in-law and grandson! ~ Debbie G.Reading Games helps my second grader with sight reading and my 5 year old with phonics. We love the games! Thank you. ~ Kassi L.I love the idea of having everything needed for the activity enclosed in a bag so there is never a need to gather supplies. Your little ones can just pick up a bag and go to work. Each bag costs about a dollar to make, sometimes a little more, sometimes a little less. Each bag teaches a valuable skill to your child. For example, matching, alphabetical order, numerical order, sorting or patterning. The books come to you in PDF format so you must have access to a printer to be able to make the activity bags. I had to supply things like card stock in various colors, sandwich bags, gallon plastic bags, small paper cups, un-popped popcorn, plastic page protectors, contact paper, pennies, dry erase markers, felt, and paper lunch sacks. The areas of learning covered the following: eye tracking, word recognition, listening skills, letter sounds, sound recognition, memorization, and separating words.Skills being strengthened by these activities include phonemic awareness, phonics, sight reading, syllabication, eye tracking and more. One of our favorite activities was Beginning, Middle, End.

Motivation For Reading Individual Home Textual And Classroom Perspectives

Author: Allan Wigfield
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135490147
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Based on research from the National Reading Research Center (NRRC) at the Universities of Georgia and Maryland, this issue presents the contributors' sythesized work on reading motivation and engagement. Articles are devoted to the following topics: * the general motivation constructs related to reading; * home influences on reading motivation; * readers' responses to different types of text; * influences of classroom contexts; and * types of assessment on children's motivation.

Read At Home

Author: Roderick Hunt
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ISBN: 9780198387671
File Size: 65,86 MB
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