Ready for Kindergarten
Bob Books Sight Words: Kindergarten
Sight words are common words that appear again and again in your childrenÕs reading material. Knowing these words Òby sightÓ is essential for reading fluency. This set provides practice at the beginning reading level, and introduces 30 of the most common and easy sight words. Our method makes the process of learning to recognize sight words very simple for the young reader. Consistent short vowels and simple stories mean children sound out (decode) the story, and learn only three sight words per book. With plenty of repetition and context clues, your young reader will quickly master early sight words with Bob Books Sight Words - Kindergarten. Inside this eBook youÕll find: - 10 easy-to-read, hilarious small books, 12 pages each - All stories told in three and four letter words, plus sight words - Consistent short vowels mean easy decoding in the rest of the story - Three new sight words introduced in each book
From A to Z—and Acrobat Peas to Zoologist Peas—every letter is exciting in this Classic Board Book edition of LMNO Peas!
Get ready to roll through the alphabet with a jaunty cast of extremely cute and busy little peas in this Classic Board Book edition of Keith Baker’s hit concept book. This fresh and fun alphabet book features bright colors, bouncy rhyming text, and silly pea characters who highlight the wide variety of interests, hobbies, and careers that make the world such a colorful place!
Babylink: Colors in the Garden
Revel in the warm, inviting, retro-style illustrations from Argentinian creator, Marcos Farina, in these early concepts board books featuring Colors in the Garden and Animal Opposites
In the garden you will find…
Pink cherry blossoms
Teach your child early concepts while they delight in the playful depictions of colors found in the garden! Featuring an eclectic collection of plants and animals, children will recognize their favorites and may learn about a new plant or two! Using whitespace and high contrast graphic illustrations, these books make the perfect first gift for baby and toddler development.
New from beloved author Joan Holub, Hello Robots! is a fun, playful board book about robots and sequencing!
Hello robots fast asleep.
Wake up! Get dressed, robots!
Perfect for reading out loud, Joan Holub’s hilarious text and Chris Dickason’s lively illustrations will have little ones learning and laughing as they try to help sleepy robots complete their morning routine in the correct order.
A clever, interactive approach to first concepts, the Hello board book series introduces important “next-step” concepts like sequencing in a hilariously engaging way.
All about Me
Filled with gorgeous photographs inspired by National Geographic Little Kids magazine, curious children are introduced to physical diversity and cultural differences within families around the world.
As a boy and his mother move quickly through the city, they're drawn to different things. The boy sees a dog, a butterfly, and a hungry duck while his mother rushes them toward the departing train. It's push and pull, but in the end, they both find something to stop for.
Acclaimed author/illustrator Antoinette Portis' signature style conveys feelings of warmth, curiosity, humor and tenderness in this simple, evocative story.
A Neal Porter Book
Left Or Right
This Math Concept Book Engages Young Readers Through Simple Text And Photos As They Discover The Difference Between Left And Right.
At once funny and informative, Yaks Yak presents animals acting out the verbs made from their names. Illustrations rich in comic details show hogs hogging, slugs slugging, and other spirited creatures demonstrating homographs, words with different meanings that are spelled and pronounced the same. A chart listing the words, their meanings, and their history is included. Ideal for sharing, this book offers a sprightly and fanciful introduction to a fun form of wordplay.
Night Owl loves the nighttime! He can see everything, but when he doesn't see Mommy Owl, he starts to listen . . . .
With language that emphasizes sound words and listening skills, Toni Yuly's picture book is a reassuring bedtime story for little night owls everywhere.
Run, sing, dance, and hop—follow Bear on his energetic romp! From David McPhail comes a board book of early concept words. In I Play, a charming bear demonstrates children's favorite action verbs, allowing children to replicate Bear's movements and learn the words for the things they do every day. These new board books are not only handy, fun guides for early learning concepts, but also the youngest readers' introduction to the whimsical world of David McPhail.
Resources for Early Learning
Bright By Text
IdahoPTV has teamed up with Bright by Text to send free activities, games, and resources right to your cell phone. Messages are targeted to your child’s age and include information on child development, language and early literacy, health and safety, behavioral tips, and more.