Reading Adventures Cars level 1 Boxed Set

Disney Reading Adventures is a curriculum-based, leveled reading program that offers children the support and guidance they need as they progress on the reading continuum from emergent readers to independent readers who read for meaning. Thoughtfully crafted and engaging stories contain key features that develop children’s reading comprehension and vocabulary skills. The stories are highly predictable with repetitive sentence structures and easy-to-read sight words designed to inspire a sense of mastery and confidence. Includes ten, 16-page books, 86 stickers, parent letter, and achievement certificate.

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3 Comments

  1. Love these books! My 4 yr loves these books and is so excited to read them every night! He especially loves the stickers that come with the set and every time we read a book I reward him with one. He is starting to read some of the sight words and should be reading the books on his own very soon with how motivated he is. Great start to reading.

  2. Patterns make it easy to memorize words These were a gift to my boy when he turned 4 a few weeks ago. He’s a budding reader with short vowel 3 letter words being easy, and needing support for other words. All my other kids got phonics based books at this age, but he wanted Disney Cars, so we went for this set. I do like them, and he can read them and is learning new words, too. However, since it is pattern-based learning with pictures to help for each new word per page, he memorizes the patterns, looks at the picture, and doesn’t…

  3. Not phonics These are pattern based readers (not phonics), so they weren’t exactly what I hoped. That being said, they’re cute and the stickers and completion certificate are nice additions.

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