Software Reading

S127, 131 BAILEY'S BOOK HOUSE

Seven activities help develop beginning literacy skills. Bailey and his friends inspire early readers to learn letters, words and word families, rhyming, prepositions, adjectives, and storytelling. Make your own greeting cards and storybooks too! A special highlighting technique encourages kids to follow words as they hear them read aloud.

S54 BUILDABILITY: SWITCH ACCESSIBLE

With this program you can create stories with sound, text, music, colors, movies, and action. Have you ever seen a flipbook? These are books containing pages of pictures. Each picture is a different image of some action, like a person waving or a horse running. The picture pages are arranged in the order of the action, like the frames of a movie. When you flip through the pages of the book, you see the action—the horse runs or the person waves. BuildAbility works in much the same way, letting you build the pages of your moving story, then animating the result. A BuildAbility story contains pages, composed of one or more elements. Pages are nothing more than a sequence of elements. BuildAbility stores elements and pages in order. That’s what lets BuildAbiltiy capture your ideas and put them in motion, exactly as you created.

S55, 56 READING FOR MEANING

Based on a research-validated instructional model, Reading for Meaning targets reading comprehension. Students read authentic literature selections — both fiction and non-fiction, complete graphic organizers, and answer comprehension questions. Through explicit modeling and guided practice, students develop skills in five key areas: main idea, inference, sequence, cause & effect, and compare & contrast.

S43 SIMPLE SYMBOLS STORIES FOR BEGINNING READERS: SWITCH ACCESSIBLE

Simple Symbol Stories makes learning to read fun for everyone! Give students a chance to read and spell short and long vowel sounds in an easy and enjoyable way. Simple Symbol Stories includes short, simple rhyming stories that are humorously illustrated. All 20 stories include word-for-word Picture Communication Symbols (PCS) in addition to the regular text and are read with flair.

S44 SIMPLE SYMBOLS STORIES 2: SWITCH ACCESSIBLE

Simple Symbol Stories makes learning to read fun for everyone! Give students a chance to read and spell short and long vowel sounds in an easy and enjoyable way. Simple Symbol Stories includes short, simple rhyming stories that are humorously illustrated. All 20 stories include word-for-word Picture Communication Symbols (PCS) in addition to the regular text and are read with flair.

S82 START TO FINISH: THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: Two young boys, Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, have each come into a considerable sum of money as a result of their earlier adventures (The Adventures of Tom Sawyer). Huck has been placed under the guardianship of the Widow Douglas, who, together with her sister, Miss Watson, are attempting to "sivilize" him. Huck appreciates their efforts, but finds civilized life confining. In the beginning of the story, Tom Sawyer appears briefly, helping Huck escape at night from the house, past Miss Watson's slave, Jim. They meet up with Tom Sawyer's self-proclaimed gang, who plot to carry out adventurous crimes. Life is changed by the sudden appearance of Huck's shiftless father "Pap," an abusive parent and drunkard. Although Huck is successful in preventing his Pap from acquiring his fortune, Pap forcibly gains custody of Huck and the two move to the backwoods where Huck is kept locked inside his father's cabin. Equally dissatisfied with life with his father, Huck escapes from the cabin, elaborately fakes his own death, and sets off down the Mississippi River.

S147 START TO FINISH: THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER

Mark Twain captures a boyhood summer on the Mississippi River, complete with haunted houses, rogue bandits, hidden treasure and schoolyard crushes. It is a simple, rural, dreamlike world, seen through the eyes of a boy who may have been based on the young Mark Twain himself. Tom Sawyer is an adventuresome prankster whose good-hearted and unpretentious nature is infectious and timelessly appealing. Even at the darkest moments in the story, affection and wit permeate the pages of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Twain succeeds not only in entertaining children but also in reminding adults of what we once were as children.

This brief retelling of one of America’s favorite novels captures Mark Twain’s humor and humanity while keeping the language simple and easy to understand.

S86 START TO FINISH: A MIDSUMMERS NIGHT DREAM

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: Only a few days before the wedding day of the Duke of Athens, two young lovers, Hermia and Lysander, run off to the woods to elope. Anotehr young man, Demetrius, who is in love with Hermia, follows after them, and a maiden named Helena follows after Demetrius. That same evening, some workmen from Athens have gathered in the woods to rehearse a play. But these are no ordinary woods! Before the night is over, fairy magic has turned the mortals’ world upside down, and left the fairies with a grand mess to untangle.

S91 START TO FINISH: ANNE FRANK

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: Anne Frank and her family were Jews who were living in Germany when Hitler came to power. Hitler was the leader of a group of people called Nazis. The Nazis wanted to kill all the Jews. Anne and her family were afraid for their lives so they ran away to Holland and went into hiding with another family. For more than two years, Anne couldn’t go outside. She couldn’t make any noise. All she could do was write down her thoughts, her wishes, and her dreams in a diary. This book tells the story of her life.

S123 START TO FINISH: ANNE OF GREEN GABLES

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert, brother and sister who live together at Green Gables, a farm in the village of Avonlea, on Prince Edward Island in Canada, decide to adopt a boy from an orphan asylum in Nova Scotia as a helper on their farm. Through a series of mishaps, the person who ends up under their roof is a precocious girl of eleven named Anne Shirley. Anne is bright and quick, eager to please and talkative, but dissatisfied with her name, her pale countenance dotted with freckles, and with her long braids of red hair. Although wishing she was named Cordelia, she insists that if you are to call her Anne, it must be spelt with an 'E', as it is "so much more distinguished." Being a child of imagination, however, Anne takes much joy in life, and adapts quickly, thriving in the environment of Prince Edward Island. She is something of a chatterbox, and drives the prim, duty-driven Marilla to distraction, although shy Matthew falls for her immediately.

S148 START TO FINISH: BLACK BEAUTY

Told from the perspective of a horse, Black Beauty illustrates the many ways horses were mistreated in nineteenth century England.

Handsome and well-bred, Black Beauty's first position is pulling a carriage at a fancy estate. This means having to wear a bearing rein, a fashionable contraption that holds the horses’ heads up so unnaturally high that many horses are only good for a few years of work before their backs give out. Black Beauty is ultimately ruined by a drunk driver, which condemns Beauty to forms of work farther and farther below his breeding.

Black Beauty, a mild and humble narrator, quietly condemns all forms of animal cruelty in his elegant recounting of his adventures. But this story is also a lesson in the simple value of kindness, for Black Beauty’s journey ends in peace.

S85 START TO FINISH: CALL OF THE WILD

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: Buck is a dog who leads a comfortable life in a California ranch home with his owner, a judge, until he is stolen and sold to pay off a gambling debt. Buck is taken to Alaska and sold to a pair of French Canadians who were impressed with his physique. They train him as a sled dog, and he quickly learns how to survive the cold winter nights and the pack society by observing his teammates. Buck is later sold again and passes hands several times, all the while improving his abilities as a sled dog and pack leader

S116 START TO FINISH: CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: Harvey Cheyne is the son of a wealthy railroad magnate raised (and quite thoroughly spoiled) by his over-indulgent parents. Washed overboard from a transatlantic steamship and rescued by fishermen on the Grand Banks, the young Harvey cannot persuade them to take him ashore, nor convince them of his wealth. However, the Captain of the We're Here, Disko Troop, offers him a job as part of the crew until they return to port. With no other choice, Harvey accepts. There follows a series of trials and adventures where the boy learns to adjust to his rough new life, and with the help of his friend, the captain's son, Dan Troop, he makes fine progress. Eventually, the schooner returns to port and Harvey wires his parents. They rush to the fishing town (Gloucester, Massachusetts) and find to their amazement that their child has become an industrious, serious and considerate young man.

S151 START TO FINISH: A CHRISTMAS CAROL

This story takes place at Christmastime in 19th century London, where the lower class suffers at the hands of a brutal winter. Miserly Ebenezer Scrooge couldn't care less about the poor however, and he hates Christmas. Then, one Christmas Eve, four ghostly visitors take Scrooge on a guided tour of his past, present, and future. Scrooge is forced to face himself, and by the time the last ghost leaves, he's begging for the chance to change his life.

Mercifully, when Scrooge wakes up, it is Christmas morning. A new man, he leaps out of bed and amuses himself by shocking all who know him with his newfound kindness and generosity.

With its satisfying message about the true meaning of Christmas, the story of A Christmas Carol has been adapted into plays and films.

S90 START TO FINISH: THE CROSSBOW MYSTERY

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: Meet Nick Ford. Nick is a teacher at City College of New York. He travels all over America. He is in Yellowstone National Park to help the Park Rangers trap some fish. But someone is killing elk with a crossbow. Killing elk in Yellowstone Park is against the law. It won’t be easy to stop this crime. Nick will run into grizzly bears, gunshots, and geysers.

S88 START TO FINISH: FOR LIBERTY - AMERICAN REVOLUTION

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: In this book, you will read the story of David Brady. David is a thirteen-year-old boy living in Boston during the American Revolution. He will tell you about the famous Boston Tea Party and the first battles of the war. David is a made-up character, but the famous Americans and famous events around him are real.

S149 START TO FINISH: FOUL SHOT

Meet Mr. Munro, homeroom teacher of Room 202 at Lincoln High. Meet Derek Anderson, a basketball star who gets all A’s. He dreams about leaving his neighborhood and playing ball in college. Meet Jamal Wilkins. Jamal wants to move away from the neighborhood, too, but he doesn’t go to class very much. He wants to join a gang so he can make money and get some respect. Jamal and Derek used to be best friends, but now they hardly know each other.

Mr. Munro wants Derek to talk Jamal out of joining the gang. But if Jamal and Derek aren’t friends any more, how can Derek help? And if Derek can’t help Jamal, who can?

S115 START TO FINISH: FRANKENSTEIN

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: A scientist named Dr. Frankentstein collects the body parts of dead things and uses them to build a living creature. But when the creature opens its yellow eyes for the first the time, Dr. Frankenstein thinks it is a monster, and he runs away from it. Now the creature must learn about life by itself. As the creature hunts for the man who made him, people are so cruel to him that he really becomes a monster. When he finds Dr. Frankenstein at last, the monster makes him promise to build him a wife. Will there be two monsters now?

S150 START TO FINISH: HOME SWEET HOME

Meet Mr. Munro, the teacher of Room 202, an 11th-grade homeroom at Lincoln High. Meet Carmen Gonzales. Carmen is a Mexican-American who lives in the projects, has two jobs, and is failing English class.

Meet Ashley Davis. Ashley is a rich, smart cheerleader who gets straight A’s.
So if Ashley is so perfect, why is she falling asleep in class, missing cheerleading practice, and why is her hair such a mess?

Carmen Gonzales has much worse problems than just bad hair. Her family might be moving away — far away — forever. Should Carmen go with her family, or should she stay and graduate from Lincoln High?

As you can probably guess, these two girls are not friends. Now, for some reason, Mr. Munro thinks they can help each other — but how? You’ll have to read this book to find

S89 START TO FINISH: HURRICANE!

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: What is it like to get caught in a hurricane? What happened to 80,000 soldiers who got caught in a hurricane 700 years ago? What happened to 30 Spanish ships full of gold when a hurricane caught them at sea? What happened to the Lopez family in 1992 when a hurricane hit their home in Florida? This book will tell you a lot about science and weather. If you live in the path of a hurricane, it might even save your life!

S78 START TO FINISH: JIM THORPE STORY

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: Jim Thorpe was a Native American who grew up to be the most famous athlete in the world. There has never been another athlete like Jim Thorpe. He tried many sports and he was good at every one of them. He became an Olympic champion in track, a major-league baseball player, and one of the best football players in history! But Jim’s path never stayed bright for long. Death took away the people that he loved. An unfair decision took away his Olympic medals. For many years, Jim was poor and forgotten. One day, people would remember Jim Thorpe. They would remember his skill and his great courage. And they would call him the greatest athlete of the 20th century.

S87 START TO FINISH: KING LEAR

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: King Lear is one of Shakespeare’s saddest plays. Old King Lear loved his youngest daughter, Cordelia, much more than he loved his other two daughters. One day Lear asked all his daughters to tell him how much they loved him. The two oldest daughters lied and said that they loved him more than anything else. But Cordelia wouldn’t lie like her sisters. She wouldn’t say that she loved her father even more than she would lover her husband. King Lear became angry. He sent Cordelia away and he gave his kingdom to his other daughters. Soon, the other daughters threw King Lear out of his own castles. One night, in a terrible storm, Lear went mad. How could he have been so foolish? He had sent away the only daughter who had really loved him! Who would save him now from his tow evil daughters?

S128 START TO FINISH: LITTLE WOMEN

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: Each of the March girls must struggle to overcome a character flaw: Meg, vanity; Jo, a hot temper; Beth, shyness; and Amy, selfishness. In the course of the novel, the girls become friends with their next-door neighbor, the teenage boy Laurie. The book depicts the light hearted, often humorous activities of the sisters and their friend, such as creating a newspaper and picnicking, and the various "scrapes" that Jo and Laurie get into. Jo consistently struggles with the boundaries 19th century society placed on females, including not being able to fight in a war, not being able to attend college, and being pressured by her Aunt March to find a suitable husband to take care of her.

S84 START TO FINISH: MACBETH

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: At the beginning of the play, Macbeth had just won a battle for the King. After the battle, Macbeth saw three witches who told him that he would become the next King of Scotland. Macbeth’s wife told him to kill King Duncan. Then Macbeth would be King. But could Macbeth even dream of killing his own king? And if he did kill the King, would the other Lords of Scotland attack Macbeth? How many men would Macbeth have to kill before he could be King?

S156 START TO FINISH: MARK TWAIN COLLECTION

The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County (1865)

In this classic Gold Rush tall tale, '49er Jim will bet on anything that moves. After swindling his fellows with other wild gambles, Jim trains a frog as a champion jumper. But the last laugh is on Jim. And to this day, Calaveras County still holds an annual frog-jumping contest.

A Curious Dream (1870)

Suppose you were sitting on your porch late one night, and a skeleton stopped at your gate to tell you that the local cemetery was so run-down that he was looking for a better place be buried? That's how this eerie, funny Halloween yarn begins.

A Story from Life on the Mississippi (1883)

In this portion of Twain's great memoir, Twain portrays his boyhood love of steamboats and his early comic yet serious efforts to become the greatest of men: a pilot on the vast, mysterious, dangerous Mississippi River in the days before the Civil War.

S155 START TO FINISH: THE MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY

This story about the British Admiral, William Bligh, takes place in 1789 when Bligh is captain of the Bounty. While returning from a voyage to Tahiti to transport Breadfruit trees, some of his sailors’ mutiny. Bligh and a few loyal men are placed in a rowboat and set adrift to navigate more than 3,000 miles of ocean.

Although Bligh survives the mutiny experience and builds a memorable career, he is remembered most for his difficult temper in dealing with people. The book will give students an opportunity to study his personality and decide whether they would have counted themselves among the mutineers.

This book serves as a geography lesson as well, with vivid maps of the world that trace each leg of Bligh’s journey. The reader is introduced to the people and topography of Tahiti.

S129 START TO FINISH: THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: The basic plot is that a young prince encounters a pauper of the same age and appearance as the prince. Unbeknownst to anyone else, the two boys quickly become friends, trade attire, and playfully change places. The prince's father, King Henry, dies, and certain unscrupulous officials insist that the pauper keep pretending to be prince so that those officials can benefit once the pauper is crowned king. Meanwhile, those same officials try to have the real prince killed. Eventually, the two boys prevail with heroic assistance from loyal subjects, so that the real identity of each boy becomes known to everyone before the real prince is crowned king.

S81 START TO FINISH: RED BADGE COURAGE

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: The story is set during an unnamed battle of the American Civil War which bears numerous parallels to the historical Battle of Chancellorsville.[6] 18-year-old Henry Fleming joins the Union Army despite discouragement from his mother (he has no father mentioned in the book, save that his mother says his father never drank alcohol), and becomes a private in the (fictional) 304th New York Regiment. In the weeks and days leading up to the conflict, Henry muses about whether he'll be brave, or will turn and run. During his first battle, Confederate soldiers charge his regiment, but are repelled. A few minutes later, they regroup and attack again. This time, when Henry sees some other people running and has his own fears that the battle is a lost cause, he deserts his battalion. However, when he gets to the rear of the army, he overhears a general saying that the army won anyway, and realizes he ran for nothing, and ashamed, he spends the rest of the day away from his regiment.

S83 START TO FINISH: ROMEO AND JULIET

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: Romeo and Juliet were growing up in the same town, but had never met each other. Their families hated each other and they were always fighting in the streets. Then one night, Romeo met Juliet. She was only 13 years old, but Romeo knew that he would lover her forever. That same night, they agreed to get married in secret. But what would happen when her family found out? What would happen if Romeo and Juliet tried to stop their families from fighting?

S77 START TO FINISH: STORY OF ALI

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: It all began when someone stole a new bike from a boy named Cassius Clay. While Cassius was looking for his stolen bike he found a man who was teaching kids how to box. Fifteen years later Cassius Clay was a champion boxer and he changed his name to Muhammad Ali. Ali was the most exciting boxer of all time. Ali had quick feet and quick fists. And he was quick with words, also. He said that he could “Float like a butterfly and sting like a bee.” When the army told Ali to pick up a gun, Ali said no because it was against his religion. When he said no, he lost his championship crown. But Ali fought to win back his crown. And he became one of the most famous men in the world.

S79 START TO FINISH: STORY OF FLO JO

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: Florence Griffith was five years old, she raced against the jackrabbits in the desert. By the time she was 20, she was one of the fastest runners in America. But then something seemed to go wrong. Why didn’t Florence Griffith win an Olympic gold medal in 1980 or 1984? And then how did she become the fastest woman in the world at the Olympics in 1988? Was it her hard work? Was it her new way of training? Was it also the faith and love of another great track star called Al Joyner? Did she look too good in her wild running suits? Was she too beautiful to set new world records? Who was this amazing woman? Who was this woman of speed and beauty? Who was Florence Griffith Joyner? Who was this woman called Flo Jo?

S117 START TO FINSIH: THE THREE MUSKETTERS

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: The poor d'Artagnan travels to Paris to join the Musketeers. He suffers misadventure and is challenged to a duel by each of three musketeers (Athos, Aramis and Porthos). Attacked by the Cardinal's guards, the four unite and escape.

S80 START TO FINISH: TREASURE ISLAND

Start-to-Finish was developed for older elementary and early adolescent students reading below grade level, so we made them ultra engaging and considerate of that age group. A vast array of narrative chapter books (Library) and core-curriculum expository titles (Core Content) are available.

PLOT: The novel opens in a seaside village in south-west England in the mid-18th century. The narrator, Jim Hawkins, is the young son of the owners of the Admiral Benbow Inn. An old drunken seaman named Billy Bones becomes a long-term lodger at the inn, only paying for about the first week of his stay. Jim quickly realizes that Bones is in hiding, and that he particularly dreads meeting an unidentified seafaring man with one leg. Some months later, Bones is visited by a mysterious sailor named Black Dog. Their meeting turns violent, Black Dog flees, and Bones suffers a stroke. While Jim cares for him, Bones confesses that he was once the mate of the late notorious pirate, Captain Flint, and that his old crewmates want Bones's sea chest.

S93 UKANDU LITTLE BOOKS: A DAY AT PLAY- SWITCH ACCESSIBLE

UKanDu little books are collections of simple and short stores that build students literacy skills. Each four-page story brings reading success. The software features three animated stories that students can read and write themselves. Students fill in the blanks to complete a sentence on each page. Students enjoy reading and re-reading each story. Students can print the stories for more reading experiences at home and at school. The books feature three completed stories in large full color pictures and large text. Perfect for group guided reading experiences and for students independent reading practice.

S64 UKANDU SWITCHES, TOO! ON A GREEN BUS: SWITCH ACCESSIBLE

With UKanDu Little Books software, teachers can transition students from learning cause and effect to developing early literacy skills. With the software, students write short stories by choosing words from the onscreen prompts to complete simple sentences. All choices work, so there are no wrong answers. By making different choices, students create different stories and each story has 16 variations so students stay interested and motivated. Completed stories can be printed to give students a copy they can read over and over again.

S92 UKANDU LITTLE BOOKS: OUT AND ABOUT- SWITCH ACCESSIBLE

The software features three animated stories that students can read and write themselves. Students fill in the blanks to complete a sentence on each page. Students enjoy reading and re-reading each story. Students can print the stories for more reading experiences at home and at school. The books feature three completed stories in large full color pictures and large text. Perfect for group guided-reading experiences and for students independent reading practice.

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