ISBN: 1604187859
EAN13: 9781604187854
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 4, 2010
Pages: 64
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 9" L x 7" W
Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Workbook Features:

- Ages 6-7, Grade 1

- 64 pages, 6 1/2 inches x 9 inches

- Covers tracing and writing letters, words, consonant and vowel sounds, word families, and more

- Features puzzles, games, tracing and writing activities, and more

- Includes an incentive chart, 140 motivational stickers, and an answer key

Hands-On Learning: Carson Dellosa's Phonics for First Grade Workbook helps first graders enhance their fine motor skills and early writing skills through fun and engaging activities, games, and more.

What's Included: The writing book covers consonant sounds, short and long vowel sounds, letter tracing, word families, blends and digraphs, and more. The answer key and incentive chart track progress with 140 motivational stickers to reward students.

How It Works: Students practice their writing and phonics skills through hands-on writing activities, tracing activities, games, puzzles, and more. The full-color pages feature clear, step-by-step instructions to follow along with each new task.

Working Together: Parents use the workbook for home practice, and teachers incorporate it into hands-on lessons. The incentive chart and answer key track student progress. Encourage students with reward stickers after they've completed each activity.

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   Good Workbook
My daughter absolutely loved it. Its one of two books i use to have study time with him or when she didn't have any homework. The fifth child, who attends school in the Washington suburbs, will start her first year of school in the fall. I would say it helped her a bit with her speaking, but she still has a lot to learn, Coach Mike Hayles said.
   Yes it teaches phonics but it's very small and there ...
Yes, it teaches phonics but it is very small and there is no repetition, so it is not very useful. 0 1462228 16622201 This is a very small and there is no repetition, so it is not very useful."
   Five Stars
Good exercises for first-graders, clear directions, and small enough to carry on a trip make it easy to take along.
   Great phonics book
Myer whipped right through the K version of this, so we moved on to the first grade. It seems to target him more with more advanced skills, like blending, digraphs, middle and short vowels and word families. It's great to see the sticker chart at the end.
   Good kindergarten review
It was for my daughter who will be finishing her first year of school in the fall. Good for review of kindergarten material, not so much first grade, he said. I'm not sure I would recommend this book to a first grader.
   Simple but fun
It has stickers for every page after your child completes them, which is great. My first grader can do this book by herself without me having to sit with her, which is nice, but it is a little too simple. It's still a work in progress, but I really like it.
   Good old fashioned phonics book
A great book, My 1st grader loves it. It's really helping out with his online school, which he isn't picking up on as well.
   Affordable w/ pages of activities
I'm so in love with this little book. It has a lot of material if your little one is new to beginning and ending letters. My little one can figure it out, Mrs. Cowger said. This is the second book I bought, but my little one prefers this book, so I will be purchasing more materials from this company again.
   A good way to start the reading/writing process
It is recommended for kindergardeners or kids just starting 1st grade. I got it for my 1st grader to help him with his writing more than reading. It did help, Glover said.
   taught my child quite a lot
It was the only book I bought for him that he could put down and understand the beginning and end of words. It does a pretty good job teaching kids the concepts of beginning and ending sounds, but when it comes to vowels my child had a real time grasping it, I had to do it on a white board. This book will not teach your child how to read and neither is it guaranteed that your child will fully grasp how vowels work, but it has helped my child grasp the building blocks and how letters are assembled to create words, Melissa said.