Dig, Scoop, Ka-boom! (Step into Reading)
Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Books like this are so informational for children and hold such a wealth of knowledge. I really enjoy reading books, like this one and many others to my children, for if you start them young then they will grow to have a love for reading and adventure! Jun 14, Hannah rated it liked it Shelves: simon-read Great book for boys who are early readers! Feb 05, Becca rated it liked it Shelves: easy-reader , picture-books , preschool-appropriate.
Basic easy reader book boys who like "diggers" and the like will enjoy. Mar 21, Christine Turner added it Shelves: construction-equipment , early-readers , onomatopoeia. A construction site crew is busy at work in this rhyming story. Apr 29, Katie Fitzgerald rated it really liked it Shelves: level-easy-readers , genre-realistic-fiction , source-edelweiss. Later it is revealed that the machines are actually toys in a sandbox, each under the control of an imaginative child. It uses engaging subject matter to introduce new vocabulary words and to promote an understanding of figurative language.
Though each sentence is very simple - sometimes consisting of just one word - the language provides new readers with a rich literary experience.
Dig, Scoop, Ka-boom! (Step into Reading)
The only place this decision seems odd is when the whistle blows. My guess is that the author was thinking about the whistle at the end of a work shift, but a preschooler might not make that connection. I also like the way the illustrator zooms out to reveal the sandbox all at once. I was pleasantly surprised by this shift in the story, as I imagine many kids would be as well, and I liked that each detail previously presented appears again in this one illustration, including the logs and rocks.
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Preschoolers and kindergartners who have grown up loving diggers and construction-themed picture books will be pleased to find a similar book they might be able to read all on their own. Jun 17, Kelly rated it really liked it Shelves: childrens-picture-books , library-book. Easy reader book. Nice, simple story. The pictures are big and bright, while the words on each page are fairly short and descriptive. As a step 1 book I agree that this book would be great for a beginning reader and as one to be read to a younger toddler. There is enough going on with the picture I received this book from Edelweiss and the publisher for my honest review This is a delightful little story that will capture the interest in any young child who is interested in trucks, and especially construction type trucks.
There is enough going on with the pictures and there are not a lot of words to this story to have the younger crowd loose interest in the story. And I have to say that I really like the ending, and how it shows that kids can play together to build something big between them all. Jun 06, Jennifer Clausen-greene rated it it was amazing. My son adored this book and had me read it to him over and again.
Dig, Scoop, Ka-boom! (Step into Reading) - AbeBooks - Joan Holub:
So any book that gets my son engaged in reading and helps him learn new words is a book worth buying in my opinion. Really adorable book for kids who enjoy construction or trucks in general. The words are in large enough print that kids can read them easily. The pictures are bright and colorful with great short descriptions. The rhyming text story follows along easy and enga My son adored this book and had me read it to him over and again. What Is the Statue of Liberty? What Was Woodstock?
Dig, Scoop, Ka-Boom! (Step Into Reading)
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Overall rating No ratings yet 0. Andrea Posner-Sanchez. Gail Herman. Home Contact us Help Free delivery worldwide. Free delivery worldwide. Bestselling Series. Harry Potter. Popular Features. New Releases. Dig, Scoop, Ka-Boom! Description A construction site crew is busy at work in this rhyming Step 1 early reader. As the work continues, readers are in for a surprise--the "crew" is actually a group of young friends engaged in a fun day of dramatic play.
Two sheets of vehicle-themed stickers are included. It's a natural for young readers who love to build and are fans of vehicles that dig, scoop, and sometimes go ka-boom! Step 1 readers have big type and easy words, rhyme and rhythm, and picture clues, for children who know the alphabet and are ready to read.
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