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We highly recommend the following language resources for use at home or in class:
1. The Oxford Picture Dictionary for Kids (English/Spanish Edition) by Joan Ross Keyes, Paperback: 152 pages, Publisher: Oxford University Press
The Oxford Picture Dictionary for Kids is very well organized and uses a group of characters that provide continuity throughout the dictionary. These characters provide a continual story line so that I use the dictionary not only for “finding words,” but also as a base for teaching content-area information. The pictures are clear and well-defined and cover a large vocabulary spectrum.
2. The Oxford Picture Dictionary for Kids: Monolingual English Edition Joan Ross Keyes; Hardcover 144 pages, Publisher: Oxford University Press
A picture dictionary (in American English) designed for children aged five to seven years. It can be used alone or with accompanying components as the core of an entire picture dictionary programme. Over 700 words are presented in the context of pictures that tell stories. Five characters and their families appear throughout the book in interesting and amusing everyday situations. Sixty topics are presented with beautiful four-colour artwork.
3. The Great Big Book of Fun Phonics Activities (Grades K-2) by Claire Daniel, Deborah Eaton, Carole Osterink, Paperback: 352 pages, Publisher: Scholastic
352 Pages of Instant Activities, Games, Take-home Books, Fun Skill Pages, Picture/Word Cards, and Much More to Build Early Reading Skills This jumbo collection has it all; fun skill pages, games, mini phonics books to read, picture/word flash cards, instant activities, and more to give emergent readers a BIG boost on the road to literacy. Each and every phonics skill you teach is in this super 352-page resource including rhyming, beginning and ending consonants, short and long vowels, blends, digraphs, phonograms, dipthongs, and more.