eBook By Dr. Margaret Allen / DMCA
Jingle Jangles: Fluency Practice, Gr. K-2
Research had confirmed that the more children practice reading, the more fluent they become. This book features 32 interactive scripts and mini-books based on familiar songs and chants that provide this necessary elemenmt of repeated reading practice in a fun and interactive way. This motivating format keeps children's interest level high throughout several "takes" of the same text, leading to mor...
Paperback: 128 pages
Publisher: Creative Teaching Press (April 2004)
Package Dimensions: 10.7 x 8.4 x 0.4 inches
Amazon Rank: 6060554
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“This product is okay but I wish I had been able to "Look inside" as many products from Amazon include. I had order this for my kindergarten groups but they were not ready for it at the beginning of school and it was too repeative for the first grade...”
fluent and confident readers.