Lots of Fun with Words

Lots of Fun with Words

Help young children learn about words. The vivid, beautifully detailed photographs and charming rhyming text make learning fun!

Author: Osvalda Warner

Publisher:

ISBN: 1743631898

Category: Children's stories

Page:

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Help young children learn about words. The vivid, beautifully detailed photographs and charming rhyming text make learning fun!
Categories: Children's stories

Coloring Fun with Words

Coloring Fun with Words

Originally created to help children with Dyslexia learn to spell and recognize words that have no word/image association, through fun and captivating illustrations "Coloring Fun With Words" has become a learning tool for all children ...

Author: Tracey H. Steffek

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 9781477206324

Category: Art

Page: 56

View: 523

Originally created to help children with Dyslexia learn to spell and recognize words that have no word/image association, through fun and captivating illustrations "Coloring Fun With Words" has become a learning tool for all children learning to spell and recognize difficult words.
Categories: Art

Richard Scarry s Best Stories Ever

Richard Scarry s Best Stories Ever

A section of brief stories illustrated with labeled pictures is followed by a picture dictionary in which the alphabetically arranged words are defined by an illustrated sentence.

Author: Richard Scarry

Publisher: Goldencraft

ISBN: 0307668304

Category: Animals

Page: 175

View: 624

This collection includes "The Three Billy Goats Gruff," "Chicken Little," "The Fox and the Crow," "Tugboat Tom," and many others.
Categories: Animals

Plays with Words

Plays with Words

And that word would be called a SNIGLET! A word that isn’t in the dictionary but should be! This could put me on the map! Inside the cover are 36 different ways to use homophones! But. These are just my way of using the words!

Author: Bruce P. Attwood

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781532092336

Category: Humor

Page: 48

View: 979

Two, too and to and their, there and they’re. Homophones! They sound the same but are spelled differently. However, if you put two or more in a row- words or phrases- each spelled differently, said consecutively and make it make sense, then we should be able to call that a Homophonial! And that word would be called a SNIGLET! A word that isn’t in the dictionary but should be! This could put me on the map! Inside the cover are 36 different ways to use homophones! But. These are just my way of using the words! Can you come up with a different story line or even another new one? Step inside and be entertained!
Categories: Humor

Fun with Words

Fun with Words

This engaging, activity book has over 100 colourful stickers to match and place, and more than 30 puzzles to complete Ð boosting your child's essential language skills through play.

Author: Chez Picthall

Publisher: Picthall & Gunzi

ISBN: 1907604278

Category:

Page: 12

View: 434

Bright and colourful split-page board books. Youngsters will love to flip the flaps to make a match! Colourful photographs of everyday objects are combined with basic text to teach simple first words through play.
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Fun with Words

Fun with Words

A collection of games, tricks, and puzzles with words.

Author: Maxwell W. Nurnberg

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN: 0133455041

Category: Word games

Page: 87

View: 793

A collection of games, tricks, and puzzles with words.
Categories: Word games

Fun With Words The ABC s of Heteronyms Homonyms

Fun With Words  The ABC s of Heteronyms   Homonyms

In "Fun With Words" artist Dawn Mattson and author Jim Peacock team up to create an adventure exploring words.

Author: Jim Peacock

Publisher:

ISBN: 1999201736

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 50

View: 554

In "Fun With Words" artist Dawn Mattson and author Jim Peacock team up to create an adventure exploring words. It's an entertaining opportunity for young readers to learn - and for parents and grandparents to share learning experiences with kids and grandkids while building positive personal relationships. Aunt and Ant are two words that sound the same, but one is a lady relative and the other is an insect. Say what? Homonyms are words that sound the same but may be spelled differently and have different meanings. Have you ever been Chilly while eating a bowl of Chili? Have you ever ridden a Hoarse Horse? Have you imagined a Bare Bear? Other words, spelled the same but with different meanings, are called Heteronyms. Iron is an appliance to make fabric smooth, and it's also a name for a golf club. Have you ever been Cool as opposed to warm? Have you worn a Cool T-shirt? Fire up your imagination with your own word games as we travel A to Z with two curious sisters, Hallie and Zoey.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Phonics

Phonics

POP-UP & LIFT-THE-FLAP BOOKS. Learning common word sounds is fun with these pull-the-tab books. Educational value - teaches phonics, reading skills and telling the time. Ages 0+

Author: Susie Linn

Publisher:

ISBN: 1782448896

Category:

Page: 12

View: 420

Learning common word sounds is fun with these pull-the-tab books. These fun books are based on UK National Literacy Strategy learning objectives and contain Reception high frequency words. They also include Years 1 and 2 key words.
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Have Fun with Words

Have Fun with Words

The workbook provides: • A clear presentation of target words as well as expressions, carefully selected and put in context. • Stimulating activities for recall and practice • Free practice in challenging extension activities • ...

Author: Maria Sarkar

Publisher: Austin Macauley Pub Limited

ISBN: 1849634971

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 74

View: 363

Have Fun with Words is designed to motivate learners, aged 9-12, to build vocabulary in a structured way and to become aware of the richness of the English language. The workbook provides: • A clear presentation of target words as well as expressions, carefully selected and put in context. • Stimulating activities for recall and practice • Free practice in challenging extension activities • Links to grammar to show how words operate in a sentence • Tasks to develop other related skills such as using the dictionary effectively and guessing meaning of words, all eventually helping to improve reading fluency and enriching the child's writing.
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

Fun With Words

Fun With Words

Author: Nicholas P. Criscuolo

Publisher: Fearon Teacher Aids

ISBN: 0822431726

Category: Language arts (Elementary)

Page: 60

View: 368

Categories: Language arts (Elementary)

Disney Babies Fun with Words

Disney Babies Fun with Words

Baby Disney characters learn words as they wander around in the country.

Author: Walt Disney Productions

Publisher: Viking Children's Books

ISBN: 0831723033

Category: Infants

Page: 44

View: 189

Baby Disney characters learn words as they wander around in the country.
Categories: Infants

My First Word Search

My First Word Search

As they go through the this book, young readers will happily find the very first words that they need to know—ones that relate to their everyday life and surroundings: different foods, holidays, common household items and, of course, ...

Author: Eden Greenberg

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 9789351189077

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 72

View: 549

Let’s play! Solving simple puzzles can feel like a game to a child. But while they’re enjoying themselves, they can also build their word-recognition and reading skills. As they go through the this book, young readers will happily find the very first words that they need to know—ones that relate to their everyday life and surroundings: different foods, holidays, common household items and, of course, those special things they love, like the circus. Let your kids discover the wonder of words with these funky puzzles!
Categories: Literary Collections

Having Fun with Words

Having Fun with Words

Lively Language for Reluctant Learners R.E. Myers. Fun with Words Lorenz
Educational Press Lively Language for Reluctant Learners Having with Words
Author: R.E. Myers Illustrator: Bron Smith ETLC1046302 ISBN: Grades 58 Front
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Author: R.E. Myers

Publisher: Teaching and Learning Company

ISBN: 9780787745608

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 8

View: 793

Creative activities with a humorous, offbeat flavor to motivate students to get involved in thinking and expressing themselves. Lessons include: spoonerisms, word play, and rhyming.
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

Having Fun with Words of Wit and Wisdom

Having Fun with Words of Wit and Wisdom

In 3,401 Quotations from Writers Across the Ages from the Prophets in the Bible
to Barack Obama Words You're Tom ... Choate Rosemary Hall, alma mater of
Adlai Stevenson and John F. Kennedy, is using Having Fun with Words of Wit
and ...

Author: Tom McMorrow

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781426915864

Category: Fiction

Page: 280

View: 284

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Categories: Fiction

Fun with Words to Make You Smile Similes

Fun with Words to Make You Smile Similes

Similes are words that can make you smile.

Author: Rich Linville

Publisher:

ISBN: 1729144667

Category:

Page: 40

View: 623

Similes are words that can make you smile. Similes (SIM-uh-LEEZ) are words that compare two different things. Similes have either the word "LIKE" or the word "AS." Have fun making up your own similes. But be careful. Not all similes make people smile. See if you can think about and figure out the meaning of each simile before you turn the page to read possible answers.
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La la Theory

La la Theory

Katie, a writer and linguist, discusses linguistic theories as well as the way the English language has evolved. She provides fun facts about words and palindromes and talks about missing her dead father.

Author: Katie Haegele

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:1124352957

Category: Language and languages

Page: 22

View: 812

Katie, a writer and linguist, discusses linguistic theories as well as the way the English language has evolved. She provides fun facts about words and palindromes and talks about missing her dead father.
Categories: Language and languages

More Puns Fun With Words

More Puns   Fun With Words

A sequel to PUNS FOR CHILDREN - Winner of the Pullet Surprise.

Author: Ninki Mallet

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1523307749

Category:

Page: 120

View: 754

A sequel to PUNS FOR CHILDREN - Winner of the Pullet Surprise. A book full of GREAT PUNS & FUN WITH WORDS, EPONYMS, HYPERBOLE, HOMONYMS, COLLECTIVE NOUNS - FUNNY WORDS - BEAUTIFUL WORDS - SPOOKY WORDS, and a really SILLY SONG written by The Beatles
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Fun With Words on Vacation

Fun With Words on Vacation

Young readers are encouraged to use the labelled drawings of vocabulary words to complete the sentences that recount the visits of the Disney babies to the beach, the zoo, and other vacation attractions.

Author: Disney

Publisher: Mouse Works

ISBN: 0831723033

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 44

View: 266

Young readers are encouraged to use the labelled drawings of vocabulary words to complete the sentences that recount the visits of the Disney babies to the beach, the zoo, and other vacation attractions.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines