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The Reading Street series, is a comprehensive English and Language Arts curriculum for homeschooling designed to help your child meet his or her educational goals during every Grade level. The Grade 1 set is packed with engaging and modern content designed to foster your child's love of reading and writing. The concise layout of Reading Street: Grade 1 will guide you through English and Language Arts, helping you plan exciting and informative lessons that set your child down the path of critical thinking and habitual reading.
Complete with six volumes of content, a Teacher Resource DVD, Handbook and Assessment DVD, Reading Street: Grade 1 is an easy-to-use curriculum perfect for establishing your child's literary foundation. As you and your homeschooler complete the fun activities, writing exercises and games, your child will begin to grasp important English and Language Arts concepts.
By the end of first Grade, children should feel more confident in their English and Language Arts skills. The goal of Reading Street: Grade 1 is to develop children's abilities to:
Every week, you and your child will explore one Big Idea that encompasses vocabulary, reading topics and writing prompts. The first Grade content is structured so the Big Idea and the activities that support it challenge your young child while helping him or her learn important foundational information. With all the games and quizzes Reading Street: Grade 1 presents, your homeschooler is sure to enjoy his or her lessons. Additionally, your child will find bright pictures and age-appropriate stories and poems when they open the cover of this curriculum set.
Want to learn more about the amazing features found in Reading Street: Grade 1? Check out the Features and Benefits page.
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Cathy Lee Gibson, MBA, SPHR, PHR, is the Director of Human Resources Management Programs at the Metropolitan Office of Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations in New York City. She holds an SPHR, PHR, and a B.A., summa cum laude, from Ithaca College, and an MBA from Pace University. At Cornell Cathy designs and directs the human resources program, teaches, and advises HR professionals on professional development, including the criticality of PHR certification.
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