Expanding Language Stories 7-Book Set

Product Code : MPS8-31228
$114,885.00
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Description Sarah E. Hodson Ages: 1-5 Accelerate young children's participation in early language-learning with these storybooks that teach key skills in a developmental progression. The skills advance within each book...

Description

Sarah E. Hodson

Ages: 1-5

Accelerate young children's participation in early language-learning with these storybooks that teach key skills in a developmental progression.

The skills advance within each book and between the books, giving professionals and caregivers a teaching framework. The captivating illustrations and carefully crafted text prompt verbal expression and provide an enjoyable way to interact with young children.

Seven fun, durable board books help children:

  • expand and lengthen utterances
  • build vocabulary
  • learn basic grammar and sentence structure

The Expanding Language Stories 7-book set consists of:

  • Action WordsFocus on early actions and use present tense verbs (e.g., run); present participle verb forms (e.g., running) in forming simple sentences.
  • Describing WordsDescribe common objects and learn early concepts through opposite pairs (e.g., big/little, clean/dirty).
  • Yes/No QuestionsChildren first identify a target object in the picture (e.g., "Where is the ball). Then they answer simple questions about it (e.g., "Is this a ball" "NO!" "Is this a ball" "YES!")
  • Wh- QuestionsChildren understand and answer simple "what" and "where" questions. Illustrations aid comprehension. Answers to the wh- questions reinforce spatial concept skills (e.g., on, under).
  • PluralsDifferentiate singular and plural nouns with illustrations of "one" and "more than one" objects. One-word text on each page helps children focus on the concepts and the morphological /s/ word ending.
  • PossessivesTarget possessive nouns (e.g., Daddy's, Mommy's, doggy's) in simple sentences. The story sequence is an engaging game-like format: "Whose hat is this" "Not daddy's hat!" "Not doggy's hat!" "Mommy's hat!"
  • Basic Sentence StructureTarget the sentence structure, "I see a _______" through repetition and visual prompts (e.g., "I see a house." "I see a shoe."). Rebus pictures with the text help children reproduce the sentence structure.

To target the prerequisite skills of imitation and forming first words, see the companion seven-book set, Early Imitation & Emerging Language Stories.

COMPETE 7-Book Set: each board book 14, 5 " x 6 " coated pages. ( 2012)

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