by Mary Humpal Bain Illustrated by Lorna Humpal
Each of the homophone pairs in this exercise has one word that follows the concept, "When two vowels go walking, the first one does the talking," and one in which an "e" at the end of a word makes the previous vowel say its own name.
This two-and-a-half-page story is part of "Small Book Number Two" that has four short stories and a 16-line poem that reinforces the stories. Most of the short stories have questions that help with reading comprehension. This is designed to make children more comfortable with "chapter books," since each short story is designated as a chapter.
These are clues to a crossword puzzle. All the answers have "ow" in them. All the words are in a table at the bottom of the page to assist the student.
Is your child ready for Level Three? Is your child ready for Level Four?
Simple Illustrations add Interest and Enjoyment!
"Finish the Rhymes"
gives more reading practice in an enjoyable format!
These are two pages of a two-and-a-half page, silly story that provides some practice with more difficult words, like "exclaimed," "complaining," and "together." It's also an enjoyable way to introduce "word association." Jonathan figures out two of the word associations, and the reader can figure out the rest. The solution, and explanations, are on another page.
Lots of Practice with the concepts from
Reading Logically, Level Three, Higher Skills!
8 X 10
Excerpts from More Higher Skills