If you have children in first grade, you will love the Reading in First printable reading series! Your children will enjoy learning sight words while they improve reading comprehension and spelling! It is interactive and features all of the first grade Dolch sight words that my child needs to know. Best of all, my daughter can read them with little to no help!
It took us only 15 minutes to make each book and read over it. There are review pages for each book that include reading comprehension questions and copy work. My daughter has learned to read and spell 7 new sight words and her reading has significantly improved after using the series for just one week!
April K says
What a nice giveaway.. thanks! Btw.. that Ornaments for Orphans page.. what a great page!
Cathy Milner says
Love Enchanted Homeschooling Mom! Thanks for the giveaway!
I like the Christmas tree star ornament. 🙂 Fun giveaway!
These are super cute! Thanks for the giveaway 🙂
Great giveaway! I would love to use this with my daughter. 🙂
Fab giveaway. My Star Wars obsessed children would adore it. 🙂
HowToRunAHomeDaycare WithSuccess says
My daughter is learning how to read as well. We’re always on the look out for great beginner readers, thanks for the tip. I’ll check it out.
my girls is in 1st and bob books a boring her but she’s not yet ready for early chapter books… this looks awesome
K Coake says
This looks intriguing. I’m going to need to look more into this. My 6 year old is reading well above grade level, so maybe something like this would just add a touch of fun to our homeschool day.
Thanks so much for linking this up at my Real Family Fun link party!
Hannah du Toit says
Your girls are so darling Janine!!!
Sarah C says
I would love to win this to use with my son. Thanks!
This would be such an amazing resource to have!
I would love to have more books my son can read. He is in first grade and would love more.
Beach Mama says
I have a first grade daughter that is struggling with reading. This looks like an easy fit into our homeschooling and it would benefit her.
This is my situation. Would love to motivate my child.
Penney Douglas says
The Wookie smells a cookie! How cute! These look like they would be fun and interesting which helps kids learn better.
Kathy Shea Mormino says
Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop this week; I hope you’ll join us again!
Kathy Shea Mormino
The Chicken Chick
Sunnycoast Klips says
Sounds like just what we need. I still remember the boring and frustratingly written “Digger the dog” readers I read in grade 1
I am struggling to get my first grader to find books her level to read. These sound perfect!
Shannon Soehl says
My son needs something that lets him see he is progressing. This might be the ticket!
Kalley C says
This looks absolutely wonderful for my daughter. I am planning on home schooling her for several years (haven’t decided how far we should go), but this would be a wonderful addition to what we are already doing with her.
This would be great for my daughter ~ we are starting K in the fall. Thanks.
This would be great for my Kindergartner!
My son is starting kindergarten this coming year, but can already read quite well. This would be great to use at home because I fear they won’t challenge him enough in school.
Anderson Family says
This would be awesome for my daughter! It would be great to use to keep her challenged with her reading.
Sugar Aunts says
This looks great for beginner readers. Thanks for sharing!! I would love to invite you to link up at our Share It Saturday linky party. We have lots of creative ideas submitted each week and you would fit right in! http://www.sugaraunts.com/2013/02/share-it-saturday-7-and-our-week-in.html
We also are inviting all contributors to join us on our Share It Saturday Group Pinterest page as a collaborator. It is a great way to have your posts seen by new viewers! The link for the Pinterest page is on our post. Hope to see you there!
Colleen at Sugar Aunts
Angie Church says
would love to offer grand daughter a head start in her education
I remember that new reader excitement! It’s such an accomplishment for your child and YOU! Good job, mama! She’s precious, btw!
Thats awesome. My kids used to love to read as well and still do in their teen years. They are excellent readers!
I know you are proud momma!
Stopping by from your Blog Hop today!
Looks like I missed a chance to participate in this awesome giveaway. But this is a wonderful and a good fit for me since my older one is has immense interest in reading books by herself. I’m always looking for ways to satisfy her curiosity. I’m going to check out this program