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Books at Guided Reading Level A

  • Language Arts, Grade K

    Carson-Dellosa Publishing

    Paperback (Carson Dellosa Education, July 16, 2015)
    In Interactive Notebooks: Language Arts for kindergarten, students will complete hands-on activities about short vowel sounds, sight words, nouns, antonyms, punctuation, parts of a book, and more. The Interactive Notebooks series spans kindergarten to grade 5. Each 96-page book contains a guide for teachers who are new to interactive note taking, lesson plans and reproducibles for creating notebook pages on a variety of topics, and generic reproducibles for creating even more notebook pages. The books focus on grade-specific math or language arts skills and are aligned to current state standards.
  • My First Spanish Words Sticker Activity Book/Mi Primer Libro de P

    Lesley Grainger

    Paperback (Bloomsbury Activity Books, Feb. 27, 2018)
    Packed with bright illustrations of everyday life at home and about the town, this book invites young readers to use stickers to complete scenes while learning the Spanish words for common objects. Have tons of fun bringing language to life with word lists in English and Spanish, a phonetic guide to assist in pronunciation, and hundreds of stickers.
  • Reading Comprehension: Grade 4

    Flash Kids Editors

    Paperback (Flash Kids, Oct. 5, 2010)
    &&LDIV&&R&&LP&&RKeep Learning Alive All Summer Long! &&L/P&&R&&LP&&RSchool is out for the summer, but keeping your child engaged in learning through the break will prepare him or her to excel during the next school year. This Summer Skills workbook reviews topics learned in pre-school and introduces skills that will be introduced in the kindergarden, helping your child to transition seamlessly from one grade to the next. Children will love the beautiful full-color illustrations and interesting activities on each page, and he or she will feel more confident about learning when school is back in session! &&L/P&&R&&LP&&RThis book series includes: &&L/P&&RMath, science, social studies, and language arts activities to keep your child entertained and interested in learning all summer long. "Fast Fact" and "On Your Own" features that build upon the theme or activity on a page, helping to expand your child's understanding of a topic. A summer reading list and suggested activities to continue the learning long after the book is completed. Perforations that make removing pages easy. &&L/DIV&&R
  • What Bluebirds Do

    Pamela F. Kirby

    Paperback (Boyds Mills Press, Sept. 1, 2013)
    Stunning full-color photographs and simple text introduce readers to the natural beauty and amazing behaviors of a pair of Eastern bluebirds. A sky-blue male and his young mate select the perfect place to lay their eggs and raise their chicks—a nest box built especially for them. Soon, hatchlings gape hungrily for their next meal. As the chicks grow, fledge, and learn to find food on their own, award-winning photographer Pamela Kirby captures them in startling close-ups and action shots.
  • Little Learner Packets: Sight Words: 10 Playful Units That Teach the Top High-Frequency Words

    Violet Findley

    Paperback (Scholastic Teaching Resources (Teaching Strategies), Jan. 1, 2018)
    Teach the top 40 sight words with these playful, no-prep packets starring adorable monster mascots! Just photocopy and they’re ready to use―at every child’s own pace. Each packet spirals through several sight word activities, so kids can really memorize them. Includes handy review and assessment tools. Perfect for independent learning in class or at home. For use with Grades K-1.
  • Creature Baby Animals

    Andrew Zuckerman

    Board book (Chronicle Books, Sept. 9, 2014)
    Learn baby animal names with kits, cubs, and ducklings. Andrew Zuckerman's eye-catching pictures of fascinating animals from around the world will enthrall young readers and teach baby animal names celebrating nature in a book that bring this wildly successful photographer's work to a new audience that will surely find themselves immersed.
  • Tiempo de calabazas

    Zoe Hall, Sheri Halpern

    Paperback (Scholastic en Espanol, Feb. 1, 2002)
    ¿Cuál es la mejor manera de prepararse para Halloween? Plantando calabazas. Los personajes de este libro plantan semillas de calabazas y las cuidan hasta el otoño para después convertirlas en lámparas. Un libro divertido que les enseñará a los más chicos cómo crecen las calabazas.
  • Scholastic First Little Readers Classroom Set: Levels E & F

    Liza Charlesworth

    Paperback (SCHOLASTIC TEACHING RESOURCES, July 1, 2018)
    Motivate growing readers with these super-engaging, 16-page storybooks correlated with Guided reading levels E & F! Inside this sturdy storage box, you'll find 80 books (5 copies of 16 titles) Plus a big teaching guide packed with lessons, tips, and reproducible. Each book features simple text, decodable words, strong picture cues, and one to five lines of text per page to help ensure all learners "step Up" To the next level.
  • I Like My Car

    Michael Robertson

    Hardcover (Holiday House, Oct. 23, 2018)
    Cars, colors, and funny animals abound in this simple Level B I Like to Read book for young readers.The rhino loves his red car . . . which just happens to have a rhino-horn hood ornament. And the alligator loves her green car that has sharp teeth and spikes just like hers! The shark's car has a fin and a tail. The funny animals in this book match their equally funny cars as they all make their way to a party! With very simple text and detailed, cartoonish illustrations, this is a great read-aloud for kids who love cars-- and an ideal book for beginning readers just learning to read on their own. The award-winning I Like to Read® series focuses on guided reading levels A through G, based upon Fountas and Pinnell standards. Acclaimed author-illustrators--including winners of Caldecott, Theodor Seuss Geisel, and Coretta Scott King honors--create original, high-quality illustrations that support comprehension of simple text and are fun for kids to read again and again with their parents, teachers or on their own!Level B books, suitable for kindergarten readers, feature short sentences and high-frequency words. The illustrations provide clues to word meanings. When Level B is mastered, follow up with Level C.
  • Love

    Mona Koth, Vicki Scott, Cottage Door Press

    Board book (Cottage Door Press, Oct. 22, 2019)
    Meet Dot and Beau–twin panda toddlers who love to learn, play, and explore the world! This adorable board book highlights all the ways one expresses unconditional love told in lively, bold illustrations and simple text perfect for keeping little ones engaged and entertained. A must for little panda fans! Encourages confidence and self-expressionIntroduces little ones to early social-emotional learning conceptsTouches on themes of empathy and unconditional lovePerfect addition to your littles Valentine’s Day library collection! A must for little panda fans!Collect all four books in the Panda Panda series!
  • Making Alphabet Books to Teach Letters and Sounds, Grades K - 1

    Dorothy P. Hall

    Paperback (Four Blocks, Jan. 5, 2002)
    Multilevel, interactive activities using student names, tongue twisters, and predictable charts are included. Supports the Four-Blocks® Literacy Model.
  • Read With Me

    Jean Stapleton

    Paperback (CF4Kids, May 20, 2006)
    Read with Me takes the stories and teachings of the Bible from the beginning of the Old Testament through to the end of the New, explaining them in simple, direct language. These devotions are ideal for reading to children – each one bringing out truths and questions, answers and lessons – and will bring your family closer to God. Each reading is divided up into four sections: – God’s Word – gives you short passages of scripture to read together. Extra Info – teaches interesting facts about God, the Bible, and the world. By Myself – allows young and developing readers to tackle a sentence or two. Ask about it – asks questions that are easily answered from the readings. For older family members there is also an additional feature where, throughout the book, introductions are given to those Old and New Testament books that are featured. These give useful information for older children – or for adults to read alongside the family devotions. This book is simple effective way to encourage your family to come together and spend time in a daily walk with God through his word. Read to Me: 5–7