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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Inc Scholastic,Gene Hult
  • ISBN:
    0439403820
  • ISBN13:
    978-0439403825
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  • Publisher:
    Cartwheel Books; Box edition (September 1, 2002)
  • Pages:
    16 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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    1832 kb
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    1114 kb
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    1984 kb
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    710
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Start by marking Clifford's Phonics Fun Boxed Set as Want to Read . Six boxed sets (2 tk in Spring 2003, 2 tk in Fall 2003) of 12 books each will guide young readers through a carefully selected progression of letters and sounds

Start by marking Clifford's Phonics Fun Boxed Set as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Six boxed sets (2 tk in Spring 2003, 2 tk in Fall 2003) of 12 books each will guide young readers through a carefully selected progression of letters and sounds. CLIFFORD'S PHONICS FUN starts with the easiest letters, "m" and "a," used in a simple rebus book. The books in this first pack, along with the five book packs that will follow, A new Clifford phonics program!

Items related to Clifford's Phonics Fun Boxed Set Published by Cartwheel Books (2002).

Items related to Clifford's Phonics Fun Boxed Set Scholastic, Inc Clifford's Phonics Fun Boxed Set ISBN 13: 9780439403825. A new Clifford phonics program! Six boxed sets (2 tk in Spring 2003, 2 tk in Fall 2003) of 12 books each will guide young readers through a carefully selected progression of letters and sounds. Published by Cartwheel Books (2002). ISBN 10: 0439403820 ISBN 13: 9780439403825.

Clifford's Phonics Fun Boxed Set Grades PreK–1. The books in this boxed set feature adventures that reinforce values such as caring and sharing. Each book highlights the letters and sounds in the story, along with "words to learn" and "words to sound ou. My First Phonics Readers Grades PreK–1. Twelve engaging decodable books offer intentional and sequential phonics instruction. Phonics From A to Z Grades K–3. Ready-to-use lessons, word lists, games, and learning center ideas build engaging, effective phonics practice into your reading-writing program

Genre: Early Learners.

Genre: Early Learners. Age Level: 4 - 8. Format: Boxed Set.

Clifford has been teaching kids life lessons like being kind, sharing, helping others and being a good friend for nearly 50 years through his heartwarming journeys and adventures with friends. Clifford's Phonics Fun Box Set About Scholastic.

Build skills in twelve funny phonics stories. This cool set lets you practise phonic sounds in twelve funny stories. First literacy gets magically easy with the help of these best-loved friends. It even has a carry strap so you can carry it around! Each story has colour pictures and a new phonics lesson to learn.

A new Clifford phonics program! Six boxed sets (2 tk in Spring 2003, 2 tk in Fall 2003) of 12 books each will guide young readers through a carefully selected. Phonics Fun. by Gene Hult. Select Format: Paperback. Select Condition: Like New.

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A new Clifford phonics program! Six boxed sets (2 tk in Spring 2003, 2 tk in Fall 2003) of 12 books each will guide young readers through a carefully selected progression of letters and sounds.CLIFFORD'S PHONICS FUN #1 starts with the easiest letters, "m" and "a," used in a simple rebus book. The books in this first pack, along with the five book packs that will follow, all show Clifford, friends, and family in various adventures that reinforce Clifford's values of caring, sharing, and being together. Each book points out the letters and sounds being focused upon, along with "words to learn" and "words to sound out."

Raelin
This Clifford boxed set is okay for the very beginning reader. However, the books seem to be more sight words rather than phonics. Unlike other readers, each book doesn't seem to highlight a specific phonics sound or blend or digraph. The fact that they have more sight words than phonics doesn't matter so much to me because my son needs to learn both, but these readers were a little bit too low-level, simplistic and short for him. He is probably at the B/C reading level on the A-Z reading scale. I would say these books are a level A, but that I just a guess.

Overall, these Clifford readers are not a completely bad choice for the early-level reader, but because kids move so fast past levels aa/A, I would try to see if you can borrow these or find them used rather than investing the money. Although my son finds them easy and is happy to choose one to read to me, I don't think he'll read each of them more than once.
Impala Frozen
These books are fantastic! Finally some "beginning" readers that beginners can actually use. If your child knows the Clifford characters, and has a pretty good grasp of basic phonics (three letter words) they will be able to read 90% of the words in the books! My students were complaining that they could only read "little" books (meaning the decodable readers), so they are excited to be able to read these "real" After the first two or three books, the books have more than a couple words on the page, so if you have a brand new reader they might be a little overwhelmed at first sight, but take it slow and they will do just fine!
The books have a few sight words, but only a few (like hello and down), so if you are focusing on phonics first these are a good start.

I solved the problem of the names being too hard to read by lightly shading the non-decodable names a specific color (red for Clifford, pink for Emily Elizabeth, etc). The first book introduces each character, so I used that to preview the names for my kids.
Punind
Bought this set of early reading books for my four-year-old. At first, he enjoyed reading the books with his favorite Clifford characters. But unlike other early reader books, this set seems to have no didactic progress or consistent sight word identification. In addition, it includes names like "Emily Elizabeth" that are very hard for beginning readers to sound out. Save your money and get the "Bob" books or Starfall readers, which are much more effective at teaching kids to read.
Kakashkaliandiia
My five-year-old son has been using these for home school reading practice. We bought them because he had been through his curriculum readers and was bored with them, but he wasn't quite ready to just jump into "real" books. They were a bit of a challenge for him at first, but just enough challenge not to be frustrating and to keep him learning. The books do contain special sounds ("ch," "sh," etc.), but the intro of each book takes a moment to cover the new sounds and any "fun" sight words so he is prepared (not frustrated) when he comes to the new words.
Vetalol
This was a gift and it was a hit!! Thanks!
Jaiarton
These Clifford readers are as good as any phonics readers I have seen, and they have the important feature that they star Clifford and his friends, beloved by children everywhere. There are two important things to remember when buying this (or another) set of beginning readers. First, be sure to buy the FIRST Clifford set first. (I made the mistake of buying Set 2 first, and quickly discovered that they were considerably more advanced than Set 1; the sets are really meant to be read in order.) Second, it is very important to keep in mind that your child will only be able to benefit from early readers once he or she is ready to read. I bought these for my son when he was not yet four years old. I would read them occasionally to him, but he had no interest whatsoever in trying to read them himself. But suddenly, about midway through kindergarten, he became very interested in learning to read. The Clifford books make it effortless to teach him. Each morning and evening we read a new Clifford book and he is so eager to do so. The stories are very sweet and star all of the characters from the TV show version of Clifford. In summary, if you're ready for a set of beginning readers, these are the ones I'd recommend.
luisRED
I bought these as a gift for my 5 year old nephew - what a hit! He calls me on the phone so he can read them to me. His mother loves them too, she told me that other books were not keeping his interest, or were frustrating him, so that he wouldn't read them. She actually had to tell him they could call me back to read some more because he just wanted to read ALL the books to me at once! Highly recommend
Worked well with my daughter, made of sturdy material and years later I am going to use with my second child