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Read, Explore, And Discover early reading success! The innovative workbook series is expertly designed to support beginning readers as they color Explore And Discover early reading success! The series combines lively learn-to-read stories with fun, kid-tested activities expertly designed to match the abilities of developing readers. Each grade level offers a STEP IN workbook with shorter stories and simpler sentences and a STEP UP workbook with stories and sentences that are a bit longer. STEP IN workbooks contain story questions that feature more recall, main idea and detail, and simple comparison. Then choose a workbook when your young reader is ready for story questions that place more emphasis on answers that highlight reasoning, prediction, and acquired word knowledge. The STEP IN, Gr. K1workbook features the following: A collection of best-selling learn-to-read stories that kids love to read, , Engaging questions that spark discovery of new words and story discussion, , Creative and dynamic story-based activities that reinforce essential reading skills, , Flash cards and activities that provide practice with the words every reader must know, , Parent-friendly teaching tips that make it easy to support beginning readers, Young readers can enjoy the stories and activities on their own or with a parent. Unique to each story are engaging can-you-find-it questions that kidsand even parentswill enjoy exploring as they color
Author : Lilian Jackson Braun
ISBN : 9780755389773
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 79.40 MB
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Could feline interest in gruyere, brie and feta help to solve this strange case...? Lilian Jackson Braun's delightfully quirky mystery series continues in The Cat Who Said Cheese, the eighteenth novel to feature amateur sleuth Qwill and his feline companions Koko and Yum Yum. Perfect for fans of Simon Brett and Shirley Rousseau Murphy. 'The entanglement is better than a Christie and the cat descriptions are terrific' - Liverpool Daily Post The Great Food Explo is scheduled to open in Pickax with a bang, introducing new restaurants, country inns and food speciality shops. Unfortunately the 'bang' takes the form of a bomb which wrecks a hotel, killing the housekeeper and causing extensive damage. Enter Qwill and his Siamese cats, Koko and Yum Yum, whose instincts tell them that to someone, the murderous bomb was meant as something stronger than a warning... What readers are saying about The Cat Who... series: 'These [books] make lovely, light-hearted reading with a good mix of humour and adventure' 'The entire 'Cat Who...' series are a delight for cat and mystery lovers' 'Quirky - lovely for anyone who owns or has owned an intelligent cat'
The perfect project guide for scout troops, craft classes, and everyone who wants an easy and inexpensive activity. sell at craft shows or make just for fun and recreation! How to Make Yarn Dolls is an easy-to-follow guide for creating many different doll characters using one basic pattern. This book will show you how to: Make the basic doll body, the beginning of every doll character Create faces for People, Animals, and Birds Add just the right hair or other facial feature Finish the character with clothes and accessories Included are step by step instructions as well as full size pattern pieces for the different doll costumes. About the Author: JoAnne Singley lives in Northeastern Pennsylvania and has been doing crafts for over 40 years. Her love of crafts started when she was only 15. Yarn dolls were something a classmate taught her when she was only 10 years old. She has been creating new and exciting doll characters ever since. Yarn dolls are not the only interest that JoAnne has. She also enjoys pouring composition dolls, sewing, reading, designing and making new crafts, gardening, cooking, designing costumes for bears and cloth dolls, and reupholstering furniture.Not enough hours in the day, as you can see! JoAnne does out-of-state craft shows in addition to working and designing craft kits for local nursing homes. She has also attended cosmetology school and has studied business and healthcare. She wants to share all her designs and crafting tips with others. So, with the publication of How to Make Yarn Dolls I and II, her writing career has begun. In her spare time, when she has some, she chases after her two cats, Red Cat and Junior.