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I Read Signs (Reading Rainbow)

I Read Signs Reading Rainbow Thirty familiar signs fill the pages of this handsome book inviting the youngest child to come closer and take another look Tana Hoban s classic and acclaimed photographic books for preschoolers enco

  • Title: I Read Signs (Reading Rainbow)
  • Author: Tana Hoban
  • ISBN: 9780688073312
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
  • Thirty familiar signs fill the pages of this handsome book, inviting the youngest child to come closer and take another look Tana Hoban s classic and acclaimed photographic books for preschoolers encourage pre readers to discover the shapes, letters, words, symbols, and patterns in the world all around them A wonderful choice for car trips Right on target ALA BooklisThirty familiar signs fill the pages of this handsome book, inviting the youngest child to come closer and take another look Tana Hoban s classic and acclaimed photographic books for preschoolers encourage pre readers to discover the shapes, letters, words, symbols, and patterns in the world all around them A wonderful choice for car trips Right on target ALA BooklistSupports the Common Core State Standards

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    1 thought on “I Read Signs (Reading Rainbow)

    1. This was a super fun simple book for my preschooler who is really into letter recognition! It was fun practice!

    2. Simple but brilliant. I love how these are photos of REAL SIGNS that kids can identify from everyday life, and are eventually able to read as well when they are learning to read.

    3. Great to use for talking to parents about environmental print and one of the first forms of "reading" that kids pick up on!

    4. Tana Hoban is a photographer. Many of her photos have been used to create books such as I Read Signs. Though this book was published just a few years after I was born, I think it is an excellent text to include in any primary library at home or at school.Each page contains a photograph of a sign. These are not just street signs, but also signs on trash cans, exits, storefronts (i.e. "Come In, We're Open"). This text lends itself well to introducing early readers to visualizing and inferring abou [...]

    5. I have to shelve this book because it was my brother's absolute favorite book when he was first learning to read. When we would ride somewhere in the car, he always did like to point out signs and read them aloud, and this book let him do that any time he wanted. My favorite part of watching him read it came when he got to the picture that was shot down a long, straight street lined with "No Parking" signs. My brother would point at EVERY SINGLE SIGN and read it, "no parking no parking no parkin [...]

    6. My daughter is entering a sign reading phase so it was time to bring home 'I Read Signs' by Tana Hoban. She knows all about the circle backslash means 'no,' so the other day she looked up at a sign in town and quizzically asked, "How come it says no P?" Being in a funny mood we told her that you couldn't say P words near that sign or the police would come. Our other favorite sign lately is "No hamburgers" which you will find places where you are not allowed to bring food or drink, but especially [...]

    7. Picture book with a variety of street signs. Good for teaching children about what the signs mean and perfect for helping them learn to read them, too.

    8. Signs in and around the community. A good book to introduce to students and how they can learn to read using signs.

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