Reading Adventures Disney Princess 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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  1. Great Set of Readers We just got this the other day and my little girl loves it. She is in kindergarten and is learning to read. Each page has plenty of sight words and maybe one or two words you either sound out or you learn by memorization or using the picture like bouquet. It is just enough of a challenge for her without being to hard to make her get discouraged. The baby is in my lap trying to type so I am sorry about my typing lol. Of course the stories are cute too. They might be a little advanced for someone…

  2. great concept…not great follow through my daughter was so so excited about these books. but the point of them is that beginning readers are practicing their reading skills. to me, this means that the books should have a LOT of sight words, as well as words that sound the way they are spelt. in these books there are a LOT of words that are just plain not gonna work for a beginning reader to sound out correctly. chef, and musician and bouquet are not words that little kids can sensibly sound out. so as much as my daughter loves…

  3. Not good for early reading. My daughter loves Princesses and she enjoys these books. They are short, so I read two or three a night to her as bedtime stories. I’m disappointed with them, however, because I wanted books that would help her learn to read. These are more frustrating than helpful because they contain numerous words that are difficult to pronounce for an early reader, such as “chef”, “feast”, and “Jacques”. It seems like every page contains at least one word that is impossible to sound…

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