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Going to Family Camp 3.6 reading level


This ISAAC Reading Intervention Program story is a delightful academic treat for emergent readers – even if they have never read with comprehension and fluency before. The instructional procedure and methodology makes all the difference, by simultaneously utilizing virtually all of the popular reading methodologies (i.e. phonics, whole word, whole language, language experience, linguistic, et al). This allows students’ with different learning styles to process information quickly. Phonetically-deaf students, global and other odd-learners no longer have to depend solely on programs utilizing only one or two methodologies to acquire all of the skills necessary for reading success.

The main character narrates this story about his family's adventures at "Family Camp".  Most of the story centers around activities around activities around the campfire at the lake.  Students expressive/receptive vocabulary will grow and their comprehension will dramatically improve with every exercise.  Students will appreciate a new (or renewd) relationship with the printed page and learn words like bonfire, s'mores, snuggle, mardhmallows and rescuing.  Whether students have attended camp in the past or not, they will enjoy this successful reading experience.

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