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Pinkalicious – School Rules! – Book Review
Pinkalicious brings her imaginary unicorn to school one day, but she teaches her all the rules and it is a very good day!
An I Can Read! 1 - BEGINNING READING - Simple sentences for eager new readers!
Pinkalicious – School Rules! by Victoria Kann
Pinkalicious really does like school- but when she is at school she really misses Goldlicious. Goldilicious is her unicorn, she calls her Goldie for short.
Pink has a great idea! She will take Goldie to school, and then everything will be perfectly pinkatastic!
However, right off the bad Goldie takes a nibble from the apple on the teacher’s desk.
Her teacher tells her that unicorns are not allowed at school “It’s the rule”. After all her tears he decides that the unicorn can stay for this one day- if Pink will teach her the rules…
Goldie does such a good job, she learns how to line up, how to count and how to be very quiet at reading time. They all had such a good day!
This book is:
I Can Read! 1 - BEGINNING READING - Simple sentences for eager new readers
I Can Read!
My First SHARED READING– Ideal for sharing with emergent readers
(Basic language, word repetition, and whimsical illustrations)
1 - BEGINNING READING - Simple sentences for eager new readers
(Short sentences, familiar words, and simple concepts for children eager to read on their own)
2 - READING WITH HELP - High-interest stories for developing readers
(Engaging stories, longer sentences, and language play for developing readers)
3 - READING ALONE - Complex plots for confident readers
(Complex plots, challenging vocabulary and high-interest topics for the independent reader
4 - ADVANCED READING -The perfect bridge to chapter books
(Short paragraphs, chapters, and exciting themes for the bridge to chapter books)
I CAN READ introduce children to the joy of reading. A lifetime of discovery begins with the magical words “I CAN READ!”
Each child learns to read in a different way and at their own pace. They may go back and forth between reading levels and read and re-read their favorite books again and again. Encourage their reading and their interests and abilities.
Note: This book is from my personal library.
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