Reading with Animals

Reading with Animal Mini-Books

By Celeste Meiergerd

Help new and struggling readers practice reading and writing stories with these interactive, animal-themed mini-books, now with perforated, easy-tear pages.

 

Make reading fun for preschoolers, kindergarteners, and first graders with these write-it-yourself stories. Designed to be torn-out, folded, and stapled together (with the help of a parent or teacher), these projects let kids create their own customizable mini-books that build all the skills they need, including:

 

  • Writing practice with fill-in the blanks
  • Reading comprehension
  • Rhyming word families
  • Play-motivated learning

 

Including ready-to-photocopy pages and advice for use at home and in the classroom, this book is a great resource for teachers, homeschoolers, or parents of learners who will benefit from more reading and writing practice.

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Celeste Meiergerd
AUTHOR

Celeste Meiergerd

Celeste Meiergerd is a 25-year-old self-contained preschool teacher located in Phoenix, Arizona. Following graduation from Arizona State University in 2015 with her Bachelor’s of Arts in Early Childhood Education and certification in Special Education, she began her teaching career. Since graduating, she has worked with a wide range of students 2-5 years of age, all displaying needs in the areas of communication, cognition, social-emotional regulation, adaptive skills, and motor abilities. Teaching and student success is the driving force behind each thing she commits to in her career, hoping to continue to inspire young minds in each of her endeavors.

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PRODUCT INFO
Released: October 2021

ISBN-10: 1646042530
ISBN-13: 9781646042531

Paperback
8.5 x 11
128 pages

Rights Available:
World
CATEGORY

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