Book Review: Phonics and Sight Words Storybooks

Learn to Read by Laurin Brainard

Learn to Read by Kimberly Ann Kiedrowski

by Kimberly Ann Kiedrowski

5 out of 5 stars

 

The Sight Words Storybook has short stories for beginning readers that focus on two sight words for each story. One story has the sight words “a” and “little”, so the story uses those words again and again. “A little shirt, a little sock, a little shoe, a little hat…”

 

The Phonics Storybook includes short stories that focus on word families, such as words that end with -et or words that end with -ig. So the first two stories have a lot of words like “vet, pet, wet” and “pig, jig, dig, wig.”
At the end of each story there is an activity page where the child can trace words, complete a maze, do a word search, or circle the words from that word family.
Each story has bright illustrations with cute characters. I like how simple and fun the stories are as the characters go to the beach, take their dog to the park, ride in an airplane, and follow a treasure map. Some of the characters are human, and some are animals, but every story is adorable!

Most of the stories are only 6 sentences long. Just right for little readers to try a little at a time.

These books is perfect for K-5 and 1st grade readers! There is also a “Note to Parents” at the beginning of the book about how to help your child read and sound out the words.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts, and are not influenced by anyone.

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