5 edition of Reading words with Timmy Turtle found in the catalog.
Reading words with Timmy Turtle
Peter K. Shreck
Timmy Turtle guides the beginning reading activities that introduce several new words.
|Statement||by Peter K. Shreck ; illustrated by Sabrina P. Jarema.|
|Contributions||Jarema, Sabrina P.|
|LC Classifications||PE1117 .S55827|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||79018327|
Short stories for kids are stories, either fiction or non-fiction, that have a quick beginning, middle, and end with classic story elements, such as problem and solution, cause and effect, characters of different types, and good, solid themes. Kids Learn to Read is a delightful game that invites preschool-aged children to practice blending sounds together to read and spell simple words, such as “dog”, “sun”, and “big”. – learn to blend letter sounds into words by moving Tommy the Turtle across the letter bridge as each letter is sounded out and a word is formed and.
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Its six sections include: ★ Magic Letter Bridge: kids learn to blend letter sounds into words by moving Tommy the Turtle across the /5(K). Anyway, Timmy and Barbecue went out to eat with their parents.
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Timmy and Barbecue went first. Then their parents tried to cross. The Turtle Boy book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
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