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deocomdudistio.cf: The Peaches on the Beaches: A Book about Inflectional Endings ( Sounds Like Reading ®) (): Brian P. Cleary, Jason Miskimins. The Peaches on the Beaches: A Book about Inflectional Endings The Sounds Like Reading series uses different devices to help children learn to read.
Find activities, games, and more at www. Get A Copy. Hardcover , 30 pages. More Details Other Editions 6. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Peaches on the Beaches , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about The Peaches on the Beaches. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Oct 19, Tracy rated it liked it Shelves: girls-reads This was a good book for my dyslexic child to read.
She enjoyed it! Aug 19, Vicki rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-i-read-with-my-kids.
Cleary is a former adult literacy coach and he put together a great series of books for young readers. The Sounds Like Reading series uses different devices to help children learn to read. There are eight books in the series and the rhyme, repetition and illustrations help inroduce young readers to short vowel sounds and consonant blends. I am happy that I have access to his books at my local library and I highly recommend this series to every parent who is helping their little ones wit Brian P.
I am happy that I have access to his books at my local library and I highly recommend this series to every parent who is helping their little ones with literacy.
Also recommended for teachers of pre-k and early childhood. Jan 02, Dolly rated it liked it Recommends it for: beginning readers and parents reading with them. Shelves: , childrens , rhyming , pets , ocean-seashore , cooking-recipes , humor. We really enjoy Brian P. This book was entertaining and I love that our girls can read it to me!
Dec 02, Kelley rated it it was ok. This is a good book for a beginning reader because it uses a lot of rhyming words and allows a child to see the ways letters make sounds that are repeated in different words.
see url However, the book is not an easy book for a beginning reader to actually read. A lot of the rhyming words are a little too difficult for a child who is just learning how to sound out words.
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