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Making alphabet books to teach letters and sounds / Dorothy P. Hall.

Hall, Dorothy P. (Author).
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Newburgh Chandler PL - Bell Road Library J 372.4 HAL ELC (Text) 39206019975406 J Early Literacy Collection Checked out 10/28/2018

Record details

  • ISBN: 088724694X
  • ISBN: 9780887246944
  • Physical Description: 96 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
  • Publisher: Greensboro, N.C. : Carson-Dellosa Pub. Co., [2002]

Content descriptions

General Note:
"Carson-Dellosa Publishing CD-2614"-- Cover.
"The Four-Blocks Literacy Model."
"Using tongue-twisters, student names, and predictable charts"-- Cover.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction -- Why use tongue twisters? -- Why use children's names? -- Why make predictable charts and class alphabet books? -- Five-day cycle for predictable charts -- Making take-home alphabet books -- Why write this book? -- Note about alphabet books -- tongue twisters, names, and predictable charts -- Take-home alphabet books (Black masters) -- Alphabet books.
Target Audience Note:
K-1.
Subject: Alphabet books.
Alphabet > Study and teaching.
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Introduction 4(1)
Why Use Tongue Twisters?
5(2)
Why Use Children's Names?
7(1)
Why Make Predictable Charts and Class Alphabet Books?
8(2)
The Five-Day Cycle for Predictable Charts
10(5)
Making Take-Home Alphabet Books
15(1)
Why Write This Book?
15(2)
A Note about Alphabet Books
17(1)
Tongue Twisters, Names, and Predictable Charts
A (as in Amie and acorn) is for
18(1)
A (as in Alex and apple) is for
19(1)
B (as in Ben and ball) is for
20(1)
C (as in Carol and cat) is for
21(1)
C (as in Cindy and city) is for
22(1)
Ch (as in Chad and chew) is for
23(1)
D (as in David and dog) is for
24(1)
E (as in Ethan and E-mail) is for
25(1)
E (as in Emily and eggs) is for
26(1)
F (as in Felicia and fish) is for
27(1)
G (as in Gail and gum) is for
28(1)
G (as in George and giraffe) is for
29(1)
H (as in Hannah and hats) is for
30(1)
I (as in Iris and ice) is for
31(1)
I (as in Iggie and ink) is for
32(1)
J (as in Jeremy and jet) is for
33(1)
K (as in Karen and kites) is for
34(1)
L (as in Lucy and letters) is for
35(1)
M (as in Michelle and magic) is for
36(1)
N (as in Nicole and nuts) is for
37(1)
O (as in Omar and ocean) is for
38(1)
O (as in Ozzie and oven) is for
39(1)
P (as in Pat and pets) is for
40(1)
Q (as in Quinton and quilts) is for
41(1)
R (as in Ryan and rug) is for
42(1)
S (as in Suzanne and sun) is for
43(1)
S (as in Shanda and shoe) is for
44(1)
T (as in Tom and toys) is for
45(1)
Th (as in Thelma and thorn) is for
46(1)
U (as in Ulysses and unicorn) is for
47(1)
U (as in Ursula and umbrella) is for
48(1)
V (as in Vickie and van) is for
49(1)
W (as in Will and water) is for
50(1)
X (as in Xavier and x-ray) is for
51(1)
Y (as in Yolanda and yellow) is for
52(1)
Z (as in Zach and zoo) is for
53(1)
Take-Home Alphabet Books (Blackline masters) 54(37)
Professional References and Children's Works Cited 91(1)
Alphabet Books 92


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