With sight words, and short repeated phrases, At The Zoo is a perfect book for early readers. At the Zoo uses the sight word phrase “I like to look at the…” (see the full text below).
At the zoo is another great creative commons leveled book from Mustard Seed Books (see more about Mustard Seed Books below).
With a word Count: 56 and 8 content pages, This book is leveled for the following common reading standards: Grade Level: 1.1 Guided Reading: C, Reading Recovery: 2.
What do we see at the zoo?
Sample Pages and Text from At The Zoo
I like to look at the zebras.
I like to look at the bear.
I like to look at the tiger.
I like to look at the monkeys.
I like to look at the crocodile.
I like to look at the hippo.
I like to look at the lion.
I like to look at the elephant.
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