3 edition of Beginning Reading (Home Workbooks) found in the catalog.
January 2002 by Carson-Dellosa Publishing Company .
Written in English
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Please note that the words are not in the same order as the sight word packs. This workbook contain 4/4(1). Beginning Steps to Reading A Phonetic Approach by Eastern Mennonite Publications Beginning Steps to Reading (BSR), introduced in by Eastern Mennonite Publications, provides a systematic, phonetic approach to teaching children to read.
The sounds are introduced beginning with short vowels and then consonants from more common to less common. b) the book is predictable. c) the story and/or pictures are engaging — so that your child actually wants to read the book.
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