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How to (nonfiction), 24 words, Level A (Grade K), Lexile BR30L
What can you put into a salad? In Make a Salad, students will read about some foods that are great for making a salad. The book uses detailed, colorful photographs; high-frequency words; and repetitive sentence patterns to support early-emergent readers. The book can also be used to teach students how to identify the main idea and details in a book as well as how to capitalize and punctuate sentences.
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Main Idea and Details : Identify main idea and details
Initial Consonants : Discriminate initial consonant /p/ sound
Consonants : Identify initial consonant Pp
Grammar and Mechanics
Capitalization and Punctuation : Capitalize sentence beginnings and punctuate sentence endings
High-Frequency Words : Identify and use the high-frequency word the
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