In my opinion good is book . Font size is big and key words of sentences are given as picture on the right side.they have covered all sight words in book 1 and book 2. But I have two concerns 1st there is no exercise in book 1 at all. Book 2 have few last pages of practice but that is fill in the blanks for missing letter in sight words. There is no sentence with blanks to fill. 2nd. All capital" I "written like thia(WIC is correct) but we in books make kids write capital I with sleeping lines on top and bottom. this capital I is same as small letter l. Which looks exactly same. I did not notice it in first go. But wen my son started reading it with phonics he made the sound l instead i then I realised . And this issue is everywhere in the book. It is very confusing when capital I and small l comes together . Kindly refer the picture. This book will help child to recognise the word and how to use in WIC situation and whole sentence framing but child won't be able to write. That writing practice parents has to do seperately. Else I would have given 5 🌟. Good for kids 4+.
I really liked the concept of this book. It will help the children to read sight words and sentences. Good book for early readers. Being a librarian I really recommend this book for 5 years above children to read this book
My 5 yr old daughter likes this book so much since it contains a number of words familiar to her, & some sight words & when these are combined into sentences with pictures alongside, it makes it even more appealing! On top of that there are a number of stars at the bottom of each page that can be colored as & when the child finishes reading each sentence- instant gratification!
The sentences may be a bit repetitive but it helps to reinforce the words learnt at school... From 3-word sentences it slowly builds up to short paragraphs using a central word eg. 'very', 'an', 'into'...
Its really a very good book for early readers. It will help children to read sight words and sentences, which will gradually encourage the in getting into more complex words and sentences. They would also get encouraged into reading books which highly required for improving their communication and vocabulary skills. I recommend these kind of books to kids who are in UK or Level 2.
A very good method of improving reading in kids aged 5 and around. Children hv different ways of learning and my kid who was very reluctant in learning sight words is very happy to read out loud in this book. Thanks to the makers.