by Mary Humpal Bain Illustrated by Lorna Humpal
Is your child ready for Level Three?
The purpose of this Crossword Puzzle is to introduce superlatives in an enjoyable, easy-to-understand, manner.
It also gives a lot of practice in "est."
Simple Illustrations add Interest and Enjoyment!
This is one of two enjoyable animal riddles.
There are several poems in the book.
This is one of my favorites!
This is one of two "From Sounds to Words" activities.
There are also two "Compound Word" activities.
This story provides a lot of good review. In the words, play, playing, and okay, "ay" makes the long "a" sound. The words are used 8 times. In the words, cry, crying, and trying, the "y" makes the long "i" sound. These words are used 14 times. There are 6 different words, used 19 times, in which the "e" at the end of the word makes the preceding vowel say its own name. There are 6 two-syllable words, used 17 times, with the final syllable "ing." Questions follow the story.
Lots of Practice with the concepts from
Reading Logically, Level Two, New Adventures!
8 X 10
Excerpts from More New Adventures