Model fluency and expression as well as close reading strategies, such as asking and answering questions and citing
evidence, and a variety of literary and foundational skills with the Shared Reading Books. A five-day lesson accompanies
each 'big' book, and the fun characters in the optional Projectable Book with Prompts promote discussion as students
practice reading skills and strategies. The eBook versions on Kids A-Z allow students to practice independently.
The print concepts and reading strategies that can be modeled in the Shared Reading books support the building
of a variety of literary and foundational skills. Following the five-day lessons, even the youngest students
can learn to read the text more closely. Students can then practice the skills independently using the read
and listen versions of the books on Kids A-Z.
Easily integrate technology into your classroom with the two projectable and eBook versions of the books for whole-class, small-group,
or independent instruction. Use the projectable books with or without an interactive whiteboard. Fun characters in the Projectable
Books with Prompts ask readers to complete tasks and interact with the books. The characters also present text-dependent questions
that help model close reading strategies. When class time is over, students can practice the skills learned on their own using the
printable versions of the books, or the eBook versions on the Kids A-Z website and mobile app.
Hang these posters in your classroom to introduce students to the animal characters that teach them about the essential skills associated with the act of reading.
Students interact with skill-based characters and the text in a Projectable Book with Prompts for each Shared Reading book.
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