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Books at Guided Reading Level A

  • Carson-Dellosa Spectrum Phonics Workbook, Grade K


    Paperback (CARSON DELLOSA, Aug. 15, 2014)
    The sound of a child reading is like music to a parent's ears—so get your child started early with Spectrum Phonics for kindergarten! This best-selling language arts workbook uses progressive lessons, strategies, and practice to help children form words with letter sounds, pairs, and blends. Understanding letter sounds is an essential piece to the reading proficiency puzzle. Spectrum Phonics for kindergarten guides children through letter recognition, consonant sounds, short vowel sounds, and alphabetical order. Filled with engaging exercises in a progressive format, this series provides an effective way to reinforce early language arts skills. Mastering language arts is a long process—start with the basics. Spectrum Phonics is here to help children begin a successful journey to reading proficiency. With the help of this best-selling series, your child will improve early language arts skills with practice and activities that focus on phonics, structural analysis, and dictionary skills.
  • Carson Dellosa – Tracing Letters Activity Book for Toddlers, Grade PK, K, 1st, 2nd Grade, Paperback, 128 Pages, Ages 3+

    Thinking Kids, Carson-Dellosa

    Paperback (Thinking Kids, March 1, 2018)
    TODDLER–GRADE 2/AGES 3–8: With this title, children will learn letters and improve their printing skills. INCLUDES: Hours of colorful tracing activities to help young learners develop fine motor skills. WHY TRACE WITH ME: This series gives young learners the practice to master early reading, math, and basic concepts for school success. FUN AND ENGAGING: Each page features colorful illustrations and engaging activities that will hold a child's attention while they practice essential skills for school success. HOMESCHOOL FRIENDLY: This series is great for at-home learning so children can master their early learning skills.
  • My Favorite Things

    Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein, Renee Graef

    Paperback (HarperCollins, April 12, 2005)
    Rodgers and Hammerstein's beloved song from The Soundof Music has captured hearts for generations. Now acclaimed illustrator Renée Graef's heartwarming illustrations give it new meaning. Complete with its score, My Favorite Things is perfect for reading and sharing.
  • Summer Crash Course Learning for Minecrafters: From Grades K to 1

    Nancy Rogers Bosse, Amanda Brack

    Hardcover (Sky Pony, April 3, 2018)
    Who says learning can’t be fun? Let everyone’s favorite game, Minecraft, keep your Kindergartener’s skills fresh all summer long and help them start the school year with a clear academic advantage.Thanks to colorfully illustrated pages and high-interest lessons based around familiar video game characters, young Minecrafters can practice and retain key grade-level skills with zero pressure and maximum fun.Inside you’ll find engaging content that aligns with national Common Core State Standards including lessons in:Language arts (phonics, grammar, and writing)Math (basic addition and subtraction, word problems, and shapes)Science (weather, animals, nutrition, and plant cycle)Social studies (community, map reading, and landforms)No more fighting the summer slide. With the kid-centered approach of the Summer Crash Course Learning for Minecrafters series, kids will be equipped and willing to bridge the gap between one grade and the next and start school feeling like a winner.
  • Friendly Faces in the Yard: Baby's First Soft Book

    Surya Sajnani

    Paperback (QEB Publishing, April 15, 2016)
    Unravel this beautiful cloth book and meet Cat and his five friends! Little hands can explore this lovable collection of animal babies with these soft touch and feel cloth books. With each cloth book presented in a sweet presentation box, this is the perfect baby's first soft book!This stunning range of board, cloth, and activity books for pre-schoolers marries fresh design with engaging educational content. The result of a fantastic partnership between Wee Gallery - family-run for over 10 years - and QEB Publishing, the beautiful illustrations, bold lines, whimsical animals, and repeating patterns are designed to stimulate visual development in young infants.
  • You Belong

    Rachel Platten, Marcin Piwowarski

    Hardcover (Feiwel & Friends, March 31, 2020)
    A warm and loving message of welcome to newborn babies, You Belong--a picture book from singer-songwriter Rachel Platten and illustrator Marcin Piwowarski--will touch the hearts of everyone.I’m patiently waiting for you to arriveI want to meet you so much I could cryI wonder whose hands and whose eyes you will have?I wonder if you’re going to smile like your dad?Nothing you ever do will be so wrongYou belong, you belong.Rachel Platten has written soft and sweet words of welcome to new babies. It explores the myriad of emotions expectant parents experience. The dreamy illustrations capture the magic and wonder a parent has for their precious one before they arrive, and the person they envision as they grow up in the world.
  • Otter B Taking Turns

    Pamela Kennedy, Anne Kennedy Brady

    Hardcover (Focus on the Family, Oct. 8, 2019)
    Otter B Taking Turns is the fifth in a series of six children’s books that are intended to teach young children basic biblical character traits. In this book, Otter learns to take turns with his friends at the playground.Each book includes an appropriate Bible verse, and Otter B Taking Turns ends with this rhyme about the lesson:“When it’s time to play with friends, whether one, or two, or three, show God’s love by taking turns. It’s how you Otter Be!”
  • Science Experiments for Young Learners, Grades K-2

    Evan Moor

    Paperback (Evan Moor Educational Publishers, Aug. 16, 2000)
    This book feature 122 science experiments for young learners and each experiment is presented in a 2-page lesson format. The first page includes teacher resource page with materials list, step-by-step easy-to-follow directions for doing the experiment, a "Making Connections" section that suggests ways to assist students apply new science understandings to their everyday lives. Second page includes reproducible student record sheet or activity sheet, experiments are presented in groupings by science category.
  • We Look

    Penguin Young Readers

    Paperback (Penguin Young Readers, Sept. 15, 2003)
    Millions of Americans remember Dick and Jane (and Sally and Spot, too!). Now Dick and Jane and all their pals are back with revised editions of these classic readers for a whole new generation of readers to enjoy! We Look Look, Jane. Look, Dick. See funny Sally. Funny, funny Sally.
  • I Can Play

    Betsy Snyder

    Board book (Chronicle Books, Sept. 15, 2015)
    Readers make athletes splash, sprint, or score just by wiggling their fingers! Then, with two sets of hands, readers help the athletes unite as a team in the gatefold finale. Active and adorable characters model independence and teamwork, making this innovative board book perfect for interactive reading and playtime fun!
  • Carson Dellosa | We're Going on A Dinosaur Dig | Leveled Reader, 24pgs

    Anastasia Suen, Ed Myer

    Paperback (Little Birdie Books, Aug. 1, 2012)
    GRADES K–1/Ages 5–7: Introduce emerging readers to punctuation and early reading comprehension skills with We're Going on a Dinosaur Dig. This 24-page fiction book features vibrant illustrations and effectively engages young learners with simple language, comprehension and extension activities, and more. BENEFITS: Designed to be child-friendly, these early learning resources feature easy-to-follow sight words, and interesting comprehension and extension activities. Before- and after-reading vocabulary activities develop young readers' vocabulary and reading comprehension. These books engage early learners by using short, simple language and high-interest topics like animals, family, adventures, and more. FEATURES: With a short, simple-to-follow form and colorful illustrations, We're Going on a Dinosaur Dig helps children strengthen their early reading, punctuation, and comprehension skills. LEVELED READERS: The vibrant illustrations and engaging leveled text in Little Birdie Books' Leveled Readers work together to tell fun stories while supporting your emerging readers. Little Birdie Books provide a fun, informative way to approach essential reading comprehension skills. Each book measures 8 inches x 8 inches. BUILD A LIBRARY: Collect every title from the collection to stock your home or classroom library. Reading together is a great way to bond while fostering communication and a lifelong love of reading.
  • Animals Counting Cards

    Eric Carle

    Cards (Chronicle Books, March 28, 2017)
    Animals Counting Cards