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eBook Everything for Early Learning, Grade 1 download ISBN: 0769684815
Author: School Specialty Publishing
Publisher: American Education Publishing; Workbook edition (February 16, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 320
ePub: 1582 kb
Fb2: 1896 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Children's Books

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This 320 page workbook is full of bold, appealing illustrations that motivate young learners and features practice pages to ensure children master the essential skills with easy-to-understand directions. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

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Grade Level: Preschool and up. Series: Everything for Early Learning. Paperback: 320 pages.

Everything for Early Learning is the perfect practice tool that every first grader needs to achieve success in school!

Children work through fun and engaging activities that provide skill-and-drill in important reading, language arts, and mathematical skills. This 320 page workbook is full of bold, appealing illustrations that motivate young learners and features practice pages to ensure children master the essential skills. This workbook also includes a complete answer key and easy-to-understand directions.

Features:

•Problem-solving

•Deductive and analytical thinking

•Addition & subtraction

•Telling Time

•Consonant & vowel sounds

•Rhyming

•Sequencing

Comments: (7)
Haal
This was one of several books purchased for home schooling. We've found it easy to use and my 7 year old enjoys the work in the book. The book presents several different ways of learning important key concepts. It was less about repetition and more about presenting the same information in different ways. I've found the concepts in the book stuck well after we had finished them and the graphics were friendly and inviting.

The book is completely black and white with color stickers in the center.

In all, this is the second "Everything For Early Learners" book I've purchased and I've been pleased with both. My only caveat is that it has quite a few American-centric concepts and therefore might be confusing for those living overseas teaching their children American English.

I've rated it 4 instead of 5 stars because so many of these books use outdated images - my 7 year old has never seen an old fashioned ground line telephone in the era of cell phones. And words like "saucer" under a teacup or a bottle of talcum powder for powder were also big stumpers for a kid that age.
Chinon
The worksheets were too easy for our daughter. It is more age appropriate for Kindergarten aged children. Our daughter completed the entire workbook in just a few days with no help.
Thomeena
Love it.
Enone
I bought this to use with my 6 year old to keep him up on his math, reading, etc. He enjoyed most of it, but a lot of the activities were under his age. It was a nice addition to add to our day, but because many of the activities were too easy for him, it became tedious.
Beahelm
Awesome book and delivered on time
Braendo
Great for review during the summer!
Ber
We have been using the "Everything for Early Learning" series of books for our children since we began homeschooling. The Preschool through Second Grade books have proven to be extremely useful for teaching those early academic skills. Preschool works on colors, shapes, concepts such as before and after, in and out, and letter structures. Kindergarten teaches consonant sounds, short vowel sounds, beginning phonics and reading as well as counting, ordinal numbers, and simple addition and subtraction. First grade teaches complete vowel sounds, consonant blends (such as TH and SH, etc) and phonics rules for reading success. The math concepts don't progress beyond very basic addition and subtraction at these levels.

The reason I give it 3 stars instead of 5 is that while the series opens the door to these skills, it does not offer nearly enough repetition with each new skill or concept to be considered a stand-alone course of study for each grade. For instance in the Kindergarten language arts when a new short vowel sound is introduced there are only 3 pages of exercises before a new sound is introduced. This is a constant throughout all the books. If you have a bright child that picks up new concepts very easily you might be able to get away with using these books alone for the very basic early years of teaching at home: Preschool, Kindergarten, First Grade. I would not recommend depending on the Everything series alone for a child who needs repetition and practice in order to grasp a concept. Also, they only cover language arts and math so any other subjects would still need to be provided through other materials.

Having said that, I've taught three children to read with these books. There are times when I've found it necessary to use extra materials to help drive home some new ideas that aren't covered sufficiently, but I've homeschooled 2 boys (who are now in 3rd and 4th grade and reading very well) and am currently using the First Grade book with my 5 year old daughter who is learning to read. I'm also using them with my 4 year old grandson and 3 year old granddaughter at the Kindergarten and Preschool levels.

These books are playfully designed with friendly monsters used to communicate each lesson. Children who go to public or private school who could benefit from extra work with their parents at home should find them fun enough to remain engaging. The lessons are not long, so as to help keep the child's attention. As a homeschooling mother who is also a former private school teacher I don't recommend depending on these books exclusively for your curriculum, but like I said: I've taught two boys to read with them and am teaching my daughter as well - and now I'm using them with my grandkids.