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Focus on Vocabulary Early With Big Words for Little People by Jamie Lee Curtis
Great book to help expand the vocabulary of young children using words they may hear all the time. My mother always told me that language arts were the single most important part of a child's educati...
Big Words is a hit!!
My 4 year old granddaughter asked her mother for some "privacy" in the public restroom last week, ad...
Curtis Writes Big Words For Little People
Vocabulary instruction is so important. And starting early is what Curtis and Cornell's new book is all about. Ellen Keene, one of the prominent leaders in literacy research, has said in the classroom teachers s...
Pros: Great vocabulary words and entertaining illustrations.
Cons: None, the kid loved it and learned something in the process.
Pros: The book actually creates the results I heard Jamie Lee envisioned on "The View".
Cons: No cons on a wonderful and well thought out book.
Pros: Great illustrations, supportive text, great teaching tool for vocabulary instruction
Cons: Very little white space, crowded pages