請參考這篇部落格文章：Learn to Read 介紹
These hands-on activities are perfect for reinforcing the reading skills your child is developing with the Learn to Read Kids Club products. Most of the supplies you will need for the projects are common household items or can be downloaded here. Learn how to make a mini-book, a word wallet, and more! Click here to access your free activities.
Children will enjoy reading fun tales about Scaredy Cat, the silly but lovable Monsters, the funny adventures of Mr. Noisy, and so much more in this 48-book collection.
Learning to read is fun with the right materials! The Kindergarten Learn to Read Collection contains the complete Kindergarten Learn to Read series and is a 5% savings over purchasing the sets individually. The Kindergarten Learn to Read Collection allows children to learn at their own pace as they choose which areas to spend less or more time in. With over 48 fun and engaging books to choose from, children can easily share with siblings and friends, select a different book to read every day, or read their favorite books over and over! The sturdy storage box protects and extends the life of your materials and conveniently fits in a home library or in your child's room.
- Forty-eight fun and engaging books that feature easy-to-read stories, rhymes, and songs that engage your child’s attention and nurture reading development
- Six handy parent guides that provide guidance, support, and vital tips to help you enhance your child’s reading development
- Twelve companion workbooks that expand upon the themes in each story, providing additional practice and reinforcement of the skills featured in each book
- Six reading reward charts and corresponding stickers that your child can use to track his or her reading accomplishments
- 12 Read-Along CDs
This is a skills-based program that combines real reading with targeted instruction in phonics, sight word recognition, vocabulary, and comprehension.
How it Works
These books—paired with the expertly developed workbooks and parent guides—create a well-rounded reading experience that kids and parents will connect with and enjoy. This critical combination leads to a confident transition from being a nonreader to becoming a successful early reader.
Each story introduces fundamental skills your child must develop when learning to read. Those skills include the following:
- Phonics—connects the sounds of language to the written symbols that represent them. Phonics instruction helps children learn the relationships and begin to understand the alphabetic principle—the predictable patterns of written letters and spoken sounds.
- Sight Words—typical words children encounter frequently in reading and writing. While students are learning words daily, sight words can be more difficult for them to retain since these words do not always follow letter-sound relationships. In order for children to retain a difficult word, they need many opportunities to experience and manipulate it.
- Vocabulary Words—children expand their vocabulary indirectly in three ways: through active conversation, through listening to literature that is read to them, and through their own independent reading. The more talking, listening, and reading they do, the larger their vocabulary. The stories in this set introduce and reinforce vocabulary words through repetition and reinforcement.
The readers also provide a related learning skill that children need in their daily life and overall development.