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Concepts About Print

Introduce key aspects of books and text that beginning readers need to understand.

  • Big books enable teachers to demonstrate and explain the use of books and reading of print.
  • Leveled books provide opportunities to practice and apply reading strategies.
  • Reader's Theater engages young students in linking printed words to oral language.

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Concepts About Print

Big Books

  • Shared Reading Classics en español

    Fiction Big Books by Brenda Parks
    Develop early reading strategies through rhyme, rhythm, and repetition. Beloved classics engage young readers with familiar tales and characters.
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  • Content Connections en español

    The only K–2 Big Books that explicitly teach concepts, text structures, and nonfiction text features. Engage students with real-world topics and photographs.
    Develop the ability to read informational text and understand content-area concepts. Engage students with real-world topics and photographs.
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Leveled Books

  • Exploradores principiantes

    Support language and literacy development. Fiction and nonfiction texts with built-in scaffolding help all students, including English learners, succeed.
    Leveled fiction and nonfiction support content-area concepts while developing language and literacy. Built-in scaffolds help all students, including English-language learners, succeed.
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  • Cuentos Clásicos

    Standards-based theme sets provide four types of books, including innovative Opinion books, to develop close reading, cross-text analysis, and text-based comprehension.
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Reader's Theater

  • Mi primer Teatro del lector

    Teach high-frequency words and concepts about print through choral-reading scripts that support early reading strategies.
    Engage pre-readers with 3-part choral reading lap books, while building sight word and academic vocabulary.
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