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ALPHABET ANATOMY: MEET THE CAPITAL LETTERS - PARENT GUIDE
ALPHABET ANATOMY: MEET THE CAPITAL LETTERS - PARENT GUIDE
Linda Ann Jones, Branson Jones, Jubilance Publishing, Amazon

ALPHABET ANATOMY: MEET THE CAPITAL LETTERS - PARENT GUIDE written by Linda Ann Jones

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Examiner Childen's Book Review by Maryann Scheufele, MA May 25, 2014

ALPHABET ANATOMY: MEET THE CAPITAL LETTERS - PARENT GUIDE
Written by Linda Ann Jones
Illustrated by Branson Jones
Paperback, Ebook: Jubilance Publishing
Published 2014
30 pages
Parent Shelf

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(NB) ALPHABET ANATOMY: MEET THE CAPITAL LETTERS - PARENT GUIDE has organized and well thought out ideas that will enhance learning the alphabet and help develop phonemic awareness (the concept that each letter of the alphabet represents a sound), a necessary skill for learning to read, through every day home activities and play. Linda Ann Jones, author of ALPHABET ANATOMY: MEET THE CAPITAL LETTERS has written the PARENT GUIDE to her children's book. Parents will find new and interesting ways to reinforce their child's learning of the alphabet, and they will find how to give their children direction when they think about the alphabet. Twenty six letters of the alphabet will open the doors of learning skills within your child's brain development. Parents can not ever teach the alphabet too much. ALPHABET ANATOMY: MEET THE CAPITAL LETTERS - PARENT GUIDE provides an opportunity to share more in depth quality time between parents and their children as they develop reading and language skills. Designed to give parents a systematic approach to learning and structured with good creative play ideas, ALPHABET ANATOMY: MEET THE CAPITAL LETTERS - PARENT GUIDE assures parents that work with this guide that learning to read will happen through understanding the alphabet. Parent's who use this PARENT GUIDE will be able to give their children a gift for a lifetime as their children learn thinking skills and develop those skills through practice. Parents are given direction for home projects in arts and crafts, games and creative play, so they can play and learn within a constructive sequence for learning the alphabet. Consider how the development of learning the alphabet skills form patterns of thinking in the brain as you have more quality time with your children.
*The writer of this review has not received benefits other than copy of review book to review and has not been contracted to promote a business or products.

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