Key Words with Peter and Jane uses the most frequently met words in the English language as a starting point for learning to read successfully and confidently. The Key Words reading scheme is scientifically researched and world renowned. Book 3c encourages writing skills and introduces 36 new words such as 'rabbit', 'flowers' and 'train'. Once this book has been completed, the child moves on to book 4a.
50 double-sided flash cards showing the first 100 Key Words. 100 Words make up half of all those we speak, read and write.Learning to read these words will give your child a confident start in reading. Use the cards to help your child: recognise and read words; play games. Further hints and tips for use are included inside.
Key Words with Peter and Jane uses the most frequently met words in the English language as a starting point for learning to read successfully and confidently. The Key Words reading scheme is scientifically researched and world renowned. Book 1a introduces Peter and Jane in 16 new words including 'and', 'I', 'likes' and 'has'. Once this book has been completed, the child moves on to book 1b.
'Key Words' are the most frequently used words in the English Language and these 100 words account for half the words we use in speaking, reading and writing. This cards will help your child recognise and read words and play games.
This sturdy boxset contains the first six books from the Key Words with Peter and Jane reading scheme (1a, 1b, 1c, 2a, 2b, 2c). 100 Key Words make up half of all those we read and write. This essential vocabulary is carefully introduced, practised and developed throughout the scheme.
"It is not widely known that 2014 marks the centenary of the publication of books in The Ladybird Series by the British commercial printers Wills & Hepworth. From the start of the First World War to the start of the Second they published about 100 cheap and cheerful colour-illustrated children's books for the popular market, but only in 1940 did they fashion Bunnykins Picnic Party which was to be the first of the Ladybird Books that would come to be recognised and bought by most of the British population. Lorraine Johnson and Brian Alderson trace the history of the Ladybird venture from its wobbly beginning through Wills & Hepworth's triumphant management of the series up to its sale in 1972, with further chapters on the last decades at the printworks in Loughborough down to 1999. A comprehensive bibliography of books edited under the Wills & Hepworth imprint gives ample evidence of their catering for children at all stages of development, a central element in the millions of books that they sold. The many illustrations, mostly in colour, give convincing support to the reasons for their popularity."--Wheelers.co.nz
With more than half a million copies in print, Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons is the definitive guide to giving your child the reading skills needed now for a better chance at tomorrow, while bringing you and your child closer together. Is your child halfway through first grade and still unable to read? Is your preschooler bored with coloring and ready for reading? Do you want to help your child read, but are afraid you’ll do something wrong? Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons is a complete, step-by-step program that shows patents simply and clearly how to teach their children to read. Twenty minutes a day is all you need, and within 100 teaching days your child will be reading on a solid second-grade reading level. It’s a sensible, easy-to-follow, and enjoyable way to help your child gain the essential skills of reading. Everything you need is here—no paste, no scissors, no flash cards, no complicated directions—just you and your child learning together. One hundred lessons, fully illustrated and color-coded for clarity, give your child the basic and more advanced skills needed to become a good reader.
In book 5a, follow Peter and Jane on a fun day out in 46 new words. Once this book is completed, the child moves on to book 5b.
In book 3a, Peter and Jane have fun doing things they like in 36 new words including 'me', 'tea', 'bed' and 'give'. Once this book has been completed, the child moves on to book 3b.
Rhyming, reproducible storybooks that use a few simple words to help kids practice reading and writing words from 25 key
This dynamic poster book combines the best imagery from Game of Thrones: The Poster Collection and Game of Thrones: The Poster Collection, Volume II, with five new posters from the latest seasons. Rediscover iconic imagery from HBO’s epic drama with this stunning poster collection. Featuring forty removable posters, this book gathers the best images from Insight’s Game of Thrones poster series, along with five new images from the latest seasons. With incredible stills of Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Tyrion Lannister, and many more fan favorites, this updated edition is the perfect way to celebrate the award-winning series. Official HBO Licensed Product © 2017 Home Box Office, Inc. All Rights Reserved. HBO and related trademarks are the property of Home Box Office, Inc.
Peter and Jane spend the day at the seashore with their dog.
Filled with dazzling images from the very first Harry Potter film to the epic finale, this unique poster book allows fans to immerse themselves in the world of Harry Potter. Gorgeous images showcase the many memorable characters and dangerous situations Harry and his friends have encountered in their battle against Lord Voldemort (TM). All the pages in this keepsake edition can be removed from the book and displayed. As a bonus, the book includes 9 oversized collectible film posters. A must-have for all Harry Potter fans. The seventh movie opened on November 19th, 2010 to a huge audience around the country. There is no doubt the highly anticipated eighth movie out July 15th, 2011 with garner the same reaction.
Enjoy exotic 'postwar' images of Power Armor, Deathclaws, and more - each suitable for hanging above your bunk in Sanctuary Hills with the Minutemen or in your quarters at the mysterious Institute. Every piece is printed on sturdy gallery quality stock and coated with a gloss varnish to protect and showcase the art. Whether you're a casual fan of amazing art, or a grizzled wasteland wanderer, this poster book is sure to be a valued addition to your settlement.
50 PB of Very First Reading and First Reading Titles
Key Words with Peter and Jane uses the most frequently met words in the English language as a starting point for learning to read successfully and confidently. The Key Words reading scheme is scientifically researched and world renowned. Book 9c provides the link with writing for the words used in Readers 9a and 9b. Once the book has been completed, the child can move on to book 10a. The Key Words with Peter and Jane books work because each of the key words is introduced gradually and repeated frequently. This builds confidence in children when they recognise these key words on sight (also known as the 'look and say' method of learning). Examples of key words are: the, one, two, he. There are 12 levels, each with 3 books: a, b, and c. Series a: Gradually introduces new words. Series b: Provides further practise of words featured in the 'a' series. Series c: Links reading with writing and phonics. All the words that have been introduced in each 'a' and 'b' book are also reinforced in the 'c' books.
A much-anticipated collection of brilliantly observant short stories from one of the great American masters of the form. At times raucously hilarious, at times charming and delightful, at times as solemn and mysterious as a pond at midnight, Deborah Eisenberg’s stories gently compel us to confront the most disturbing truths about ourselves—from our intimate lives as lovers, parents, and children, to our equally troubling roles as citizens on a violent, terrifying planet. Each of the six stories in Your Duck is My Duck, her first collection since 2006, has the heft and complexity of a novel. With her own inexorable but utterly unpredictable logic and her almost uncanny ability to conjure the strange states of mind and emotion that constitute our daily consciousness, Eisenberg pulls us as if by gossamer threads through her characters—a tormented woman whose face determines her destiny; a group of film actors shocked to read a book about their past; a privileged young man who unexpectedly falls into a love affair with a human rights worker caught up in an all-consuming quest that he doesn't understand. In Eisenberg’s world, the forces of money, sex, and power cannot be escaped, and the force of history, whether confronted or denied, cannot be evaded. No one writes better about time, tragedy and grief, and the indifferent but beautiful universe around us.