In honor of our favorite conferences—the NCTE (National Council of Teachers of English) Annual Convention followed by the ALAN (Assembly on Literature of Adolescents of NCTE) Workshop, we are doing a countdown over the next two weeks. Each day, we will feature a list that reflects the number of days left until the conference! We can’t wait to see many of you there! If you can’t be there, make sure to follow #ncte18 and #alan18 on Twitter and other social media to participate in this amazing PD from your home.
1. Bob Books: Beginning Readers
Our boys LOVE these books. They feature stories that include predominantly three-letter (and some four-letter) words.
2. Bob Books: First Stories
These books are also a great help for our boys. They also feature short words, but each mini-book is a story.
Ricki: I’ll admit I never anticipated using workbooks with my kids. They don’t really align with my philosophy. But my son absolutely loves the map in this book and has so much fun doing it, and that makes me love it.
4. Flip-a-Word Book Series
Ricki: I am, admittedly, highly entertained by this series. They are fun for learning. My son used these when he was first learning to read.
5. Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes by Eric Litwin
6. Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you See? by Bill Martin, Jr.
7. One Lonely Fish: A Counting Book with Bite! by Andy Mansfield
Kellee: Trent has all three of these books memorized, but now that he is learning to read, he is making connections between the words he has memorized and the words on the pages.
Trent loves his magazines. He reads them in the car constantly and yells out the words he recognizes and sounds out other words.
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