Summary: Learning to make a ceramic bowl.
Jump into literacy with an exciting new series of nonfiction, multicultural leveled readers. Brought to you by a team of academic intervention specialists who know what children need for language and literacy development. Hopscotch books engage children with their “homegrown” look, reminiscent of a family photo album. Children are excited to read and talk about the familiar characters and places featured in the photographs.
This series features:
This series is an excellent supplement to any literacy program. Great for general education, ESL, Dual Language/Bilingual (English/Spanish), special education, RTI, and early intervention.
|Product Type||Individual Title|
|Guided Reading Level||I|
|Author(s)||Anjeanetta Prater Matthews|
|Key Vocabulary||a, all, also, and, at, big, came, did, from, for, got, had, He, him, his, how, I, in, it, It, like, little, look, make, me, more, my, My, next, of, on, out, put, said, saw, see, so, that, the, Then, there, this, to, was, we, We, went, with, would, you, You|
We first created the Hopscotch books because of our love for the children and we wanted to represent their lives in the books. We wanted our multicultural books to capture the interests of all children.
We then created the SIL/LIS so that teachers would have an easy to follow program which would offer intensive daily instruction for struggling readers using research based practices.
We wanted the SIL/LIS to be useful for the classroom teacher/RTI intervention teacher or summer school teacher so that they would be able to advance their students into becoming successful readers.