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A very well written reading comprehension activity book with well thought out questions. Each activity is about a new topic and often with something informative or a good life lesson. The activities are a good mix of use of crayons, drawing skills, interpretation, writing, etc. Kudos to Hannah Braun for creating this resource!
A nice written book I definitely recommend. Well written materials. Helpful for small kids. But I wish the material for the book can be slightly better. Therefore I gave it a four star, one star less than 5 star.
Love this workbook. Unlike others we have tried, this one is very well loved by our daughter. She can do some independently, some with assistance, but definitely looks forward to doing one or two a day. The different activities work best for her attention deficit.
My son really enjoyed the activities in this book! He was 6 when he started and just finished it at around 7 years old. The passages were interesting and kept him engaged. It wasn’t as challenging to get him to do the work in this book vs others.
We have a 2nd grade boy that just wants to play. He hates reading. He was behind in class in reading. We spent a ton of money on books, but it was always a battle to get him to read. And when he did, the story would take forever, making him enjoy it even less. We also bought reading apps, which were not helpful. This book has one small story on each page, beginning to end. Each story takes about 5 minutes to read. He is willing to and even looks forward to reading one or two pages per day. He is now on 30 consecutive days of reading and his reading has already vastly improved. I realized that if adults can learn a foreign language in 5 minutes a day on Duolingo, then a kid can learn to read at the 2nd grade level in 5 minutes a day too. This is working for us and we’ve stopped the torture rests. So I would give this book 6 stars if possible. The book has over 100 very short stories.
I like these. My son is autistic and I feel these really are helping him to understand information better all around. They are teaching him to pay attention to details and how to add those details together to understand the overall concept of these short stories. He also has fun with them.