This book begins with verbally being able to identify colors and then identifying the color words. Melvine puts in the supplemental material for learning the alphabet, digraphs, and vowel sounds. She included activities where students will point, circle, or write colors, numbers, or letters. Also, she uses red to help with identifying vowel sounds. At the end of the book, she has sentences written out for the student to read. The one unique aspect of this workbook is the author’s use of color to help maintain the attention of the students.
The audience of the workbook could be any teacher who is working with pre-kindergarten-age students up to first grade. The workbook also may benefit anyone who is working with special education students that need extra repetition of skills.
Overall, this workbook would be useful to reinforce or practice phonics skills that students are learning.
– The Moving Words Review
Worth purchasing the book on Barnes & Noble.
About the Author. For 25 years, I greatly enjoyed teaching K to 4th grades until 2012, when I retired. My class sizes were up to 28. It is, and was, rewarding to have been and to be a part of children learning, and them having successful beginning reading experiences