Enthusiastic, valuable, remarkable, and perceive are examples of WOW! Words - sophisticated words that enrich children's listening and speaking vocabularies regardless of writing and reading proficiency. Sorted into age-specific groups, four sets of 36 lessons teach one new word for each age group for each week of the school year. Parents and teachers can engage their confident conversationalists with the book's rich, age-appropriate tools and resources: definitions, synonyms, pronunciation guidelines, figurative language, additional forms, sentences, short rhymes, poems, songs, discussion questions, illustrations, and hands-on activities, in addition to visual aids that organize and display word-acquisition progress. Grades PreK-2. Index. Illustrated.Help children make aT-chart titled aAggravating Behaviorsa for listing such behaviors in the left-hand column. ... Hands-On: Surveying Aggravations to Senses Have each child choose one of the five senses and draw its feature, such as eyes for seeing, nose for smelling, ... Herea#39;s What It Means adjective: able to say how you.
|Author||:||Babs Bell Hajdusiewicz|
|Publisher||:||Good Year Books - 2011-01-01|