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Things I Like – With Sight Reading List

things i likeThings I Like – A short story about a 5 year old boy Makaio and all the things he likes. The book is perfect for learning to read, including a sight reading list at the front and questions at the back.

By: Alika Turner

Text and Images from Things I Like

Hi my name is Makaio and I like lots of things, come on I’ll show you.

Book Activity

  1. What does Makaio like doing with his mom?
  2. What is Makaio’s favorite vegetable?
  3. Who does Makaio like dancing to silly music with?
  4. Who does Makaio like to play catch with?
  5. What is the name of this book?

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Comments 5

  • A great for growing Kids 🙂
    Check out the other Kids books here: https://goo.gl/qMgkxb
    Happiee Reading 🙂

     
  • Yes, we loved the book. My 3 yr old even answered the questions correctly

     
  • Kimberly writes:
    Great book for kids learning to read. Love the sites words and activity sheet. The illustrations are amazing.

    renia writes:
    grand kids loved it

    Jake and Tanner writes:
    Great book, he loved the family parts

    sumea writes:
    i enjoyed everything

    Kim writes:
    Great book!

    LAURA writes:
    the book is great for young children but it would be nice to write things like:when i wake up in the morning i like….before i go to sleep i like….etc just to introduce more vocabulary to the children and for us the adults to mimic more actions. thanks

     
  • Jessica’s mom writes:
    I saw this book on Facebook and it was actually writen by a five year old boy. This is incredible and my daughter now wants to write her own book.

    Tatiana writes:
    great book

    Enes writes:
    I like this book because he like soccer and I like soccer to.

    sf writes:
    I like when the boy talked about what he like.

    arkay writes:
    it is easy. and should be read by small children about 4+

    amariah writes:
    It was a good book and I like it

     

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