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What Colour Is It? An Interactive Reading Book.

$49.00

This book teaches students how to match, identify and label colours.

by Joan Green

for ages 4 – 12

Using 4 picture pages and 12 sentence pages students also learn to read their colour words which are included in simple sentences. (eg: “The apple is red.”) The colours are also taught by association (eg: The “apple” is matched to the red square and the “red square” goes on the apple. This way when a student hears the word “red” he can “see” the red apple in his head and remember the colours more easily!) Click on the picture icon above to enlarge for better viewing.

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The Ups and Downs of Opposites – An Interactive Reading Book

$49.00

by Joan Green

for ages 4 – 12

In the ‘Ups and Downs of Opposites’, two sentences on each page give examples of pairs of opposites. (eg: 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. (eg: 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 truely reading. Another fun activity is to take one picture of each set, (eg. keep the “clean” card and put the “dirty” card away) then put the cards face down. Have the child randomly pick up a card, label it and then tell you the opposite. The pictures represent examples of opposites. You can also ask the students to give you other examples of the same concept.(eg. The nut is hard. The feather is soft. Can you tell me something else that is hard? Soft?).

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Sounds Good To Me – An Interactive Reading Book with Phonics and the Alphabet

$49.00

by Joan Green

for ages 4 – 12

This book teaches the letters of the alphabet and how they sound at the beginning of words. (eg: 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. (ex: The picture of the “apple” will go next to the letter “A”.) You can also ask the students questions that they can answer verbally or by pointing to the correct picture. (eg: What do you use when it rains? Answer: umbrella, etc.)

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How Many? An Interactive Reading Book About Numbers

$49.00

by Joan Green

for ages 4 – 12

This book 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). Quantity concepts are taught by matching number to picture and picture to number. (ex: Have the student put the number “2” card on the picture that has 2 “shoes” or the student picks a picture card, counts the items and places it on the appropriate number card.) Simple math activities can also be performed. (eg: Using the picture cards: 2 shoes + 3 pigs= ? Answer: the number card 5) or (ex. Using the number cards: 3 + 4=? Answer: the student finds the picture card of 7 balloons) Click on the picture icon above to enlarge for better viewing.

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Things I Do At Home – An Interactive Reading Book

$49.00

by Joan Green

for ages 4 – 12

This book uses the vocabulary and activities that might make-up a typical day at home as a basis for the reading activities.

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 to complete simple sentences. Students then read the sentences with and without the pictures as they become better readers, finally mixing -up the sentence order to make sure they are really reading and not just memorising the sentence order. Like in, ‘I Go To School’, pictures can also be used to answer simple functional questions. (eg: Where do you go when you are tired? Answer: To bed!)

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