by Mary Humpal Bain Illustrated by Lorna Humpal
Two Children's Poetry Books, Silly Little Poems,
and Grandma's WigandGrandpa's Hat, are now available!
Is your child ready for Level Two, New Adventures?
A few of the sentences using Alliteration
Simple Illustrations add Interest and Enjoyment!
This is an enjoyable activity that's just for fun!
"Cake" introduces the concept that "e" at the end of the word makes the previous vowel say its own name.
The majority of the stories have questions to check reading comprehension.
This is one of two "From Sounds to Words" activities.
Below is the story about Sam's new pet. There are 4 different words, used 17 times, that end in "ew." Repetition helps "cement" the concepts firmly in the students' minds.
This two-page story gives lots of practice with many of the words and concepts that are in the main book, Reading Logically, Level One, Great Beginnings.
This is a silly poem that concentrates on short vowels, and allows the student to "play" with his, or her, new reading skills.
Lots of Practice with Short Vowels, and with "ee," "ew," and "oo."
8 X 10
Excerpts from More Great Beginnings