Explore the Art of Learning the Letters and their Lives ALPHABET ANATOMY looks behind the scenes at the letters … because they’re not always busy making words.
In Linda Jones' book Alphabet Anatomy it is all about forming the letters. Jones and put together a very cute book for kids that are learning to form their letters. And what better way than in a fun reading book. This particular book deals with the formation of the capital letters. The small alphabet anatomy is yet to come in another book. This book could be used in so many ways. It also catches their attention in that it is written in rhyming verse. The illustrations are just as instructive as the words themselves in that they see how to write the letter. Each letter is portrayed with its own unique personality and characteristics.
Here are four things that your child will learn by the end of this book:
- letter shape and/or recognition
- letter names
- letter sounds
- how to form the letter
- phonological awareness
- letter idetification
- vocabulary development
- recalling and retelling sentences and stories
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A copy of this book was provided by the author and Bostick Communications for the purpose of this review.