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Download Gifted and Talented Reading Workbook (Gifted and Talented Workbook Series) epub

by Susan Amerikaner,Leesa Whitten




Provides a variety of activities designed to spark the reader's creativity and interest in reading, and to teach comprehension, inference, flexibility, and fluency
Download Gifted and Talented Reading Workbook (Gifted and Talented Workbook Series) epub
ISBN: 0929923839
ISBN13: 978-0929923833
Category: Children
Author: Susan Amerikaner,Leesa Whitten
Language: English
Publisher: Lowell House (March 1, 1992)
Pages: 96 pages
ePUB size: 1563 kb
FB2 size: 1767 kb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 546
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Rko
Another great book from this series. Reading and doing related activities are the best way to train the comprehensive understanding of concept. While doing this book, my kid was happy and felt challenged at the same time. Another great book recommended by Beestar. While Beestar weekly training helps kid the problem solving and advanced thinking skills, this book is a great addition and we like it
Light out of Fildon
I have a 3.5 year old whom I am homeschooling. All preschool workbooks are the same....ABCs....123s...which picture is the same?...which picture is different?...Longest, shortest..on and on... This series, however, is a refreshing departure from the rote in so many others.
Begining on the very fist page, my son was challenged to think logically based upon the directions, as follows: The page has three boxes stacked one upon the other. He must get three crayons, blue, yellow, green. Then he was told the blue box is on the top, the yellow box is on the bottom, one box is green. Based on that information, he had to reason which box was green. Second page: Three boxes stacked upon each other. Get yellow, blue and orange crayon. Here are the directions: The yellow one is on the bottom. The blue one is under the orange one. That's it. Again, he was challenged to think about what color each box had to be.
Most workbooks do not challenge our children to think logically, but this one does! This is a GREAT series. It is NOT written for "gifted & talented" children. It is written to help YOU bring out your child's gifts and talents....which is clearly written on the cover of the book. I highly recommend this book and the others in the series.
Rasmus
This is a nice workbook for children in the 4-6 year old range,
but I would not classify it as a book for the gifted and talented. I have an extremely gifted 4 year old and an average 5 (almost 6) year old. They both flew right through these
exercises without pause. I was looking for something to challenge my 4 year old (who is reading and doing math at a
1st grade level) and this just wasn't it. I was extremely
disappointed in this workbook as well as the Language Arts book from this series that I purchased.
Mozel
I found this book to be very good in helping my granddaughter use thinking skills