All About Reading Pre-Reading - Basic Package

All About Reading Pre-Reading - Basic Package

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The new All About Reading program is unique because it begins with Level Pre-1 for preschoolers and kindergarteners, and it focuses on whatthe authors call the Big Five Skills. These five fundamental pre-reading skills include letter knowledge, phonological awareness, print awareness, listening comprehension, and motivation to read. It is this specific set of skills that helps pre-readers understand the basics of language and how it works, preparing them to learn to read.

With All About Reading Level Pre-1, your child will play special games, enjoy little crafts, and engage in charming storytime activities, all the while absorbing these all-important Big Five Skills.

The All About Reading Level Pre-1 Basic Package includes:

  • Teacher's Manual (208 pages)
  • Student Packet
    • My Book of Letters and Sounds Activity Book (192 pages)
    • Picture Cards
    • Letter Sound Cards
    • Capital Letter Alphabet Chart
    • Lowercase Letter Alphabet Chart
  • The Zigzag Zebra: a rhyming alphabet hardcover book
  • Lizard Lou: a collection of rhymes old and new hardcover book
  • Divider Cards (to keep your Picture Cards and Letter Sound Cards organized)
  • "Letter Sounds A to Z" CD-ROM

PLEASE NOTE: The Basic set does NOT include the Ziggy Zebra puppet, Tote Bag, or Activity Box. Feel free to supply your own puppet and index card box. These items are also available separately or with the Deluxe set.

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What will my student learn in Pre-reading?

The All About Reading Pre-reading program is designed for preschoolers and kindergarteners. Your student will enjoy the special games, crafts, and storytime read-alouds, and you will love the way your student effortlessly learns essential pre-reading skills.

Your student will learn five very important pre-reading skills: Print Awareness, Phonological Awareness, Letter Knowledge, Listening Comprehension, and Motivation to Read. These skills lay the foundation for learning to read. Below is a sampling in each area.

Letter Knowledge

  • Learn to recognize capital letters
  • Learn to recognize lowercase letters
  • Learn to recite the alphabet song

Phonological Awareness

  • Learn to blend sounds orally to make a word
  • Learn to clap syllables
  • Learn rhyming and word boundaries
  • Identify the beginning and ending sounds in a word

Print Awareness

  • Understand that the words on the page can be read
  • Understand that books are read from cover to back, and sentences are read from left to right

Listening Comprehension

  • Answer simple questions about a story
  • Learn to retell a story in his own words
  • Ask pertinent questions about a story

Motivation to Read

  • Cultivate an enthusiasm for learning
  • Instill a delight for books and reading
  • Observe situations in which reading is beneficial
  • Establish a desire to learn to read and write

 

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