Nonfiction Alphabet ReadersLetter Recognition
156 Books - 26 Titles(6 Copies of Each) - Recommended Grade PreK-1 - View Complete Details
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Nonfiction Alphabet Readers - Learning the alphabet is super-fun with these easy-to-read informational books on kids’ favorite topics: Aa/Apples, Bb/Bears, Cc/Cars, and 23 more! Inside the sturdy storage box, you’ll find six copies of 26 photo-filled, alliterative titles—one for each letter from A to Z—for a total of 156 books. Includes a big teaching guide filled with how-to’s and reproducibles to effectively teach the shape and sound of each letter while laying the foundation for reading success. A great resource for all PreK-1 classrooms. Meets the Core Standards.
- A Big Collection of Just-Right Informational Books for Teaching the Letters A to Z.
- Learning the alphabet is super-fun with these easy-to-read informational books on kids’ favorite topics.
- A must-have resource for all PreK-1 classrooms.
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