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Spectrum 1st Grade Reading Comprehension Workbook, Ages 6 to 7, Reading Grade 1, Letters and Sounds, Sight Words Recognition, and Nonfiction and Fiction Passages - 158 Pages (Volume 55) Paperback – Aug. 15 2014
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First grade reading comprehension workbook for kids ages 6+
Support your child’s educational journey with Spectrum’s 1st Grade Reading Comprehension Workbook that teaches essential 1st grade reading comprehension skills.
Reading Comprehension Grade 1 Workbooks are a great way for children to learn reading comprehension skills such as letters and sounds, sight word recognition, key ideas and details in a story, and more through a variety of passages and activities that are both fun AND educational!
Why You’ll Love This First Grade Reading Workbook
- Engaging and educational reading passages and activities. “Fiction stories”, “Nonfiction stories”, and “Word to picture association” are a few of the fun activities that incorporate reading to help inspire learning into your child’s classroom or homeschool curriculum.
- Tracking progress along the way. Use the answer key in the back of the reading comprehension grade 1 reading book to track student progress before moving on to new and exciting activities.
- Practically sized for every activity. The 158-page 1st grade reading workbook is sized at about 8 ¼ inches x 10 ¾ inches―giving your child plenty of space to complete each exercise.
For more than 20 years, Spectrum has provided solutions for parents who want to help their children get ahead, and for teachers who want their students to meet and exceed set learning goals―providing workbooks that are a great resource for both homeschooling and classroom curriculum.
The Spectrum Grade 1 Reading Comprehension Workbook Contains:
- Nonfiction and fiction reading passages
- Reading activities
- Answer key
From the Publisher
The Spectrum Grade 1 Reading Workbook covers important 1st grade reading comprehension topics for first grade students through focused practice, including:
- Alphabet letters and sounds
- Sight word recognition
- Key ideas and details
- Fiction and information text
Features illustrated texts and exercises with step-by-step directions.
Engaging activities reinforce letters and sounds, word recognition, and other reading skills.
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- Publisher : Spectrum; Workbook edition (Aug. 15 2014)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 158 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1483812146
- ISBN-13 : 978-1483812144
- Item weight : 408 g
- Dimensions : 21.08 x 0.64 x 27.18 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #30,036 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #342 in Early Childhood Education Materials
- #1,600 in Learning & Education Toys
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If you have a reluctant writer or are planning on buying several different Spectrum workbooks for one child, then I will warn you that the workbooks require a lot of writing. A LOT of writing. If you do love the layout of these books, then I would suggest that you alternate which ones your child works on in a single day. My oldest daughter (6th grade) is not a reluctant writer and even she dreaded having to do these books. So if you want to try them out I suggest only getting one at a time and doing only a page a day. A lesson is generally 2-3 pages. If you have a reluctant writer those 2-3 pages will take over an hour to complete. If you child has no issue with writing, then they might be a good fit. Or if you are just wanting one workbook to help your child brush up on certain skills it can be a great choice.
I also noticed the the workbooks seem to stay on the same topic no matter which grade level book you are working out of. So if the 6th grade book was on a lesson about pronouns, then the same lesson number would also be about pronouns in the 3rd & 1st grade books. So this can be helpful if you have multiple children and want to keep them on the same lesson idea. Just be aware that while many line up exactly there are a few off here and there.
The only one of these workbooks we enjoyed is the Spectrum Reading, Grade 1. There is little to no writing required in the book. The first half is an ongoing story about Little Duck. So you read three story "clips" and then ask your child the questions written below the clips. This is normally only a few minutes long, depending on how talkative your child is when it comes to the answers. The other side of the lesson generally has 1-3 photos in 3 rows and the directions are as simple as circling what goes together, number the sequence, write the beginning sound, write the ending sound, identify the cluster, etc. Very little writing. We haven't yet gotten to the second part of the book, but it looks like it is going to be longer stories with comprehension questions. I can update my review once we hit that part.
If you need ideas for what else to look for in case you decide against these workbooks: We ended up switching out our 6th grade writing for an actual writing program (Essentials in Writing), our 3rd & 1st grade writing book was switched out for Writing with Ease (available on Amazon, highly recommend if you have reluctant writers). Our 6th grade language arts was switched out for the same program she does for writing. The language arts for 3rd &1st grade was switched out for Grammar Galaxy. Our 3rd grade reading workbook was replaced with 180 Days of Reading, 4th Grade (same comprehension workbook, but the answers are in multiple choice form instead of writing out long answers). Our 6th grade reading has been replaced for now with Evan Moor's Greek and Roman Myths Literature Pockets (also on Amazon).