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First Little Readers: Guided Reading Level A (Classroom Set): A Big Collection of Just-Right Leveled Books for Beginning Readers (Paperback)

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Jump start your early reading program with this BIG collection of kid-pleasing little books correlated with Guided Reading Level A. Inside the sturdy storage box, you’ll find 100 full-color books (5 x 20 titles) PLUS a great teaching guide packed with lessons, tips, and literacy-boosting reproducibles. A great value and a must-have resource for every PreK–2 classroom!
Includes 5 copies of these 20 titles:
1. Hello, Beach
2. What Can I See?
3. Cold Rose
4. Birthday Surprise
5. Fun with Mud
6. I Like School!
7. What is for Supper?
8. Fun at the Playground
9. Look What I Found!
10. What Shines?
11. Bubbles
12. What Do I Need?
13. Where is Petey?
14. Hide and Seek
15. Hats, Hats, Hats
16. Shapes for Lunch
17. Winter is Here
18. What is Red?
19. I Like Stripes
20. When Night Comes
Includes
• 100 full-color, 8-page books (5 copies of 20 titles)
• 32-page teaching guide
• Sturdy storage unit


Product Details
ISBN: 9780545223010
ISBN-10: 0545223016
Publisher: Scholastic Teaching Resources
Publication Date: September 1st, 2010
Language: English

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