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Animal Eyes is an informational text about the different characteristics of eyes found on creatures in the animal kingdom. The text is composed of simple, everyday language.
All the sentences are simple in structure. Photographs support the text directly. An exclamation mark and a question mark are used.
The book concludes with a “Words to Know” chart that contains all the words in the book in alphabetical order.
This title is from the TIME® for Kids: Nonfiction Readers series from Teacher Created Materials. Build your school bookroom or classroom library with dynamic and engaging nonfiction readers.
Invoice Title: ANIMAL EYES
Animal Mothers and Babies is an informational text about how animals feed, teach, protect, and spend time with their young. The text is composed of simple, everyday language.
All the sentences are simple in structure. Photographs support the text directly.
The words mother or mothers are repeated on every page. The book concludes with a “Words to Know” chart that contains all the words in the book in alphabetical order.
Invoice Title: ANIMAL MOTHERS AND BABIES
Big and Little is a nonfiction picture book that allows children to compare big and small objects. Simple language patterns are close to oral language and are repetitive.
Illustrations of big and little objects match print very closely and fully support meaning. Illustrations are simple with no distracting detail.
Sentences contain very simple adjectives such as big and little. A Words to Know list is included with the words big, is, little, and this.
Invoice Title: BIG AND LITTLE
Colors is a nonfiction picture book that shows children colours in everyday objects. The book focuses on the question, “What color is this?” Simple language patterns are close to everyday language.
Clear illustrations fully support meaning. There is one line of text on each page.
Concept words are illustrated by pictures and simple adjectives describe colour. The text is comprised one and two syllable words that are supported by photographs. A Words to Know list is included at the end of the book.
Invoice Title: COLORS
Places to Go is a simple, nonfiction text that shows children all the places they could potentially visit and the things they could see. Places presented in the book includes beaches, forests, and mountains.
Each page has a simple description that aligns with corresponding images. These illustrations are clear and support meaning. Sentences are mostly five words long but do turn over one line.
Concept words are illustrated. One and two syllable words are prevalent. High frequency words such as, to, go and we, are repeated throughout the book.
Invoice Title: PLACES TO GO
Shapes is a nonfiction picture book that introduces children to different shapes and encourages them to locate these shapes in their immediate environment. A simple, repetitive language pattern is used.
Images fully support text. Side by side, everyday objects and the corresponding shapes of those objects, are presented. Illustrations are very simple with no distracting detail.
Concept words are illustrated by pictures. The text is comprised of mostly one and two syllable words. A Words to Know list is included at the end of the book.
Invoice Title: SHAPES
Water is an informational text that shows children the places where water can be found. The sentence stem “You can find water in ________” is repeated.
Illustrations fully support the text.
Most words are in common the oral vocabulary for young children. A Word List is provided.
Invoice Title: WATER
Workers is a simple, factual text. The book shows children what different workers do. The sentence “I work” is repeated on each page.
Short sentences that are usually five to ten words long make up the text.Clear illustrations fully support meaning. Print is clearly separated from pictures.
Pictures clearly illustrate potentially new words.
Invoice Title: WORKERS