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BOB Books: Developing Readers Workbook Paperback – Illustrated, May 8 2018
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- Publisher : Scholastic Inc.; Illustrated edition (May 8 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 224 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1338226797
- ISBN-13 : 978-1338226799
- Item weight : 771 g
- Dimensions : 21.59 x 1.78 x 27.69 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #10,957 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I've bought a lot of English study materials, and the Bob Book series has been uniformly excellent in every way. 100% recommend.
Note that my kid at least wasn't self-directed enough to study by himself, except a few days he sat down to read the Bob Books. Instead, we had a mini "English Class" about an hour a day and worked through this material.
In this instance...and I didn't take any stars away...the book was just too hard for us...my child has LDs. We are going to try for the previous book. I am holding on to this because I am sure we will get to it. She is excited by it and likes the stories and the workbook so that's good enough for me! Anything that motivates and makes a child want to read and write is awesome!
1) the workbooks work in succession with the book series, so be fully committed. You need to know the story for some workbook pages.
2) the workbook has some typo’s
3) many of the stories are nonsensical. They are teaching the short a words or short i words as an example and not on the story plot.
4) PK and kindergarten workbooks have a lot of coloring and they may get bored after awhile. K1 has no coloring and is our next book so I can’t comment on how it’s working out.
We are through PK and 1/2 of the K workbooks and has worked in teaching my granddaughter how to read HOWEVER, this program will not work for my grandson. Don’t go ahead of yourself and purchase workbooks and reading series in advance until you know your child will succeed with this reading method.
Overall it’s OK and my granddaughter reads well!