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What a Dog! (First-Start Easy Readers)

by Sharon Gordon

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  dayspring777 | Feb 22, 2016 |
Use this book with grades pre-K - 2 to encourage independent reading and reading aloud to others, and to develop word recognition.

This book is about a dog who wants to go outside. Everyone in the family is too busy to take him out, except the youngest child. Once outside, the child questions who is walking who, and decides that from now on, the dog will have to wait til everyone is able to walk him.
Addresses the issue of caring for pets.

Use this book in the classroom to build word recognition through repetition of words in a text, and to promote independent reading and read aloud skills.
  victoria-hill | Sep 20, 2011 |
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