Learning to Read is a Ball
Do you want to prepare your child to be a lifelong, successful, and passionate reader?
Jump start your child’s early reading skills while having a ball!
This is not just another beginning reader book. Learning to Read is a Ball is a one-of-a-kind, versatile resource that will assist in building your child’s language and early literacy skills. This unique and adaptable book can be used with toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners. It is a must-have for anyone interested in developing language and literacy in young children.
Learning To Read is a Ball Includes:
- A delightful rhyming 28-page children’s picture book about balls
- A 17 page parent guide that carefully explains:
- How to develop oral language using different reading styles
- How to use synonyms and antonyms to build vocabulary
- How to encourage storytelling
- How to play with rhymes and alliteration to build the understanding that words
are made up of different sounds
- How to highlight letters and words to stimulate print awareness
Develop these foundational reading skills in your child, and you’ll take pride knowing you helped prepare your little one for formal reading instruction going into pre-school or kindergarten.
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About The Author
Kimberly Scanlon, a New Jersey licensed and nationally certified speech language pathologist, formed Scanlon Speech Therapy in January of 2011. An innovative thinker and passionate therapist, Kimberly decided to create a unique practice driven by compassion, integrity, and best practice.
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