Happy President's Day!
Two readers are provided in this packet on George Washington, our first president. One is an emergent reader for your students and the other is a teacher version, in color. Both of these have dots under the text so students can track the text with ease. The vocabulary is appropriate for primary learners and many high frequency words have been used. Repetitive text is also used to build student confidence. Finally I have a book that has content for young children. I think this is just right for your classroom!
Hello, I am asking you this question because I saw one of your products on the home page, so it is almost a "random" question, but then again it is not. I have ideas for books but I am NOT an artist. However, I keep seeing the same "type" of characters (illustrations) for a lot of the books and worksheets on TpT. Do you illustrate your own worksheets, books or do you use some kind of clipart source? If you'd like to inbox me at email@example.com that would be great. If not, I understand. Great job on your resources!
I have an illustrator (or two) that work for me and those are my favorite drawings to use. I do not illustrate my own work.
February 3, 2013
I just bought the Washington and Lincoln readers, but when I printed them out and folded on the outside like the directions say, the books are backwards.
Shouldn't the title page be on the right side, with the fold on the left like a traditional book? As of now, when you print it, it's on the left, which causes it to be on the back of the book when you fold the pages in half (and causes the pages to be out of order).
You may have to print one out to see what I mean. :-)