KINDERGARTEN TO FIRST GRADE readers will read about a boy named Gordon who gets lost on the first day at his new school. He knows he is supposed to go to music class, but he can’t remember how to get there. However, Gordon’s a resourceful little guy who asks for directions and then follows them! An easily recognizable problem together with a simple solution makes this an excellent book for introducing the concepts of problem/solution and direction. Discussion questions after the reading help build interest and comprehension. Learner objectives: problem and solution, often confused words.
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A QUICK GUIDE IN PLACING YOUR CHILD at the appropriate reading level is to understand that level aa to C provides average kindergarten instruction; D to J—first grade; K to Q—second grade; R to U—third grade; V to Z—fourth and fifth grade. The letters earliest in the alphabet match beginning of the year instruction while letters at the end of each grade range match skills at the end of that grade year.
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