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Where are the Animals?

This book for beginner readers support phonics-based classroom instructions by using high concentration phonetically regular words and most commonly used sight words.

 

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About Mustard Seed:

Founded in 1995 to provide community development work building low income houses, Mustard Seed provides a variety of community resources helping low income families. Director Rick Chan Frey, has a PhD in education at U.C. Berkeley and has been writing and presenting on the books project at a number of educational conferences.

“Check more Books about Animals by: Mustard Seed

A very cute non-fiction book for early grades (aimed at Grade 1) about baby animals. Another great creative commons book from Mustard Seed Books.

A non-fiction book all about tigers. This book is levelled to guided reading Level H, for grades 1 to 2 with 245 words. Another great creative commons book from Mustard Seed Books.

A very cute account of a baby lion’s day, aimed at young children or those learning to read. Another great Creative Commons book from Mustard Seed.

I See Colours – A short book with the phrase I see…. and animals of different colors. A nice short book for very small children and early readers.

 

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