Brooke Can Cook

Rosen Phonics Readers

Colorful Illustrations support decodable text, guiding beginning readers to identify, recognize, and use the short /oo/ sound. Featuring high-frequency words, this authentic fictional narrative also gives emerging readers the opportunity to read with purpose and for meaning while reinforcing basic phonemic sounds. Readers will meet Brooke, a relatable character who is learning how to cook and wants to host a dinner for her friends. This fiction phonics title is paired with the nonfiction phonics title Who Took the Book?: Practicing the Short OO Sound. The instructional guide on the inside front and back covers provides: * Word List with carefully selected grade-appropriate words featuring the short /oo/ sound found in the text * Teacher Talk that assists instructors in introducing the short /oo/ sound * Group Activity that guides students to identify the short /oo/ sound, decode the words that contain it, and use the words * Extended Activity that provides students with additional opportunities to think about, list, and use words containing the short /oo/ sound * Writing Activity that guides students to write the letters that make the short /oo/ sound

RL
Grades
Pre-K-2
IL
Grades
Pre-K-2
GRL
C
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ISBN: 978-1-5081-3600-2
Author: Whitney Walker
Copyright: 2017
Reading Level: Grades Pre-K-2
Interest Level: Grades Pre-K-2
GRL: C
Dimensions: 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"

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