50 Fun and easy reproducible activities that help every child master the top 100 high-frequency words. Included are activities like a mini book, word games and a Bingo game.
This book is easy to understand. At a guess I would recommend it for the age of 5+. The stories can be started a little younger, but the bingo and word search games definately require the child to have learnt or be learning to read.
I really like the fact the stories can be cut out to be reused, and also the flash cards can be cut out and laminated for continuous use.
The only thing I could suggest as an improvement to the book, is to make the book have coloured pages. Since it is all black and white it looks very bland and uninteresting - colour would definately liven it up.
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