Recursos para todos

Con el fin de facilitaros recursos a los que no os es posible imprimir desde casa, os sugerimos estas posibilidades que podéis adquirir online, adaptadas según la edad de vuestros hijos, esperamos que os sirvan de ayuda:

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Audio Books

This is a great youtube channel for read-aloud books in English! This is a great alternative if you want them to listen to books read by a native speaker!

Great read aloud books to buy

The Circus Ship by Chris Van Dusen
It’s based loosely on a true story of a circus ship that went down in a storm off the coast of Maine and quite a few of the animals swam to shore.

Nothing Rhymes with Orange by Adam Rex
Orange wants to be part of the story so badly, but . . . nothing rhymes with orange. The rhymes in the book get increasingly silly which in turn, makes Orange more and more irate – why can’t anything rhyme with orange when even other totally obscure fruits get a rhyme?

The Boo-Boos That Changed the World: A True Story About An Accidental Invention (Really!) by Barry Wittenstein, illustrated by Chris Hsu
If you’d like to go with a non-fiction title, it’s hard to beat this one about how band-aids were invented. After all, is there any audience that loves a bandaid more than a crowd of five and six year olds?

Lovely Beasts by Kate Gardner, illustrated by Heidi Smith
Lots of animals seem really scary but have more to them than meets the eye. On one page, you’ll have the animals looking fierce in black and white, but when you turn the page, the illustrations are in color and you learn something interesting and surprising about the animal. For every animal-loving child, this one is a total win.

The Bear and the Piano by David Litchfield
This book has the most gorgeous illustrations and a little side of absurd whimsy (a bear who learns to play the piano on an abandoned keyboard in the forest).

Count the Monkeys by Mac Barnett and Kevin Cornell
You’re all ready to count the monkeys except a bunch of scary animals keep frightening them off. Will you ever have a chance to count the monkeys?

Great easy readers

Bob Books

Teach a child letter sounds with Bob Books Set 1! With four letters in the first story, children can read a whole book. Consistent new sounds are added gradually, until young readers have read books with all letters of the alphabet (except Q). Short vowels and three-letter words in simple sentences make Bob Books Set 1 a fun confidence builder. With little books, come big success. (TM) 

Scholastic readers:

Leveled books- level a for very beginer readers and they can work their way up in their reading levels. A complete set to teach little ones to read. These leveled readers are not too easy or too hard, but just right! That is because they have been carefully evaluated by a reading specialist to correlate with Guided Reading Levels. The books are on topics children love, which makes them perfect for group learning. The readers have beautiful color covers and are black & white inside. The books increase in difficulty from set A to D.

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