Books for learning to read are not something that is trendy, but something that is based on fundamentals and principles. Since ancient times, communication has had a great influence on reading and graphic representations to convey messages to large masses of people.
Books for learning to read are the best help for most parents who wonder how to help their children. This process of learning to read begins either at home or at the child’s school. Luckily for parents who don’t stop worrying, there are some free books to learn to read with upper and lower case letters, as well as illustrated pages.
The pictograms are recommended by specialists dedicated to facilitate the interpretation of images through words that make reading easier in children of 3 and 6 years of age in this learning process. Children’s books with pictograms are a good educational support and highly recommended for all students of various ages in general who are looking to get started in reading.
This type of books with images are very effective especially for the youngest who generally present more difficulties. In these books you can see that the words are shown in different examples with pictures that allow to recognize without any difficulty the identification of the words.
Many specialists believe that, with capital letters, the task will be simplified for the small ones since they are the first letters they learn and, therefore, the capital letters are a good option to start. It’s a way to make it easier for children by preventing them from getting tired learning routines and day-to-day activities that are easily recognizable by children.
To make this task easier there is a unique and exclusive selection where the texts are reproduced in different models of letters in more than 20 books to learn to read in PDF format allowing you to choose the most comfortable way to start the process of reading.
Here we present our complete selection of Books to Learn to Read:
10) First Steps in Reading and Writing
Gouvernement du QuébecSource: Gouvernement du Québec
12) World of Letters Kindergarten
Oxford UniversitySource: Oxford University Press Pakistan
13) Learning To Read, Reading To Learn
Various authorsSource: ERIC - Education Resources Information Center
14) A Child Becomes a Reader
Bonnie B. Armbruster, Fran Lehr, Jean OsbornSource: Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)
16) How to help your child learn to read and love reading
Government of Prince Edward IslandSource: Government of Prince Edward Island
19) Fun with Phonics! (Presentation)
Melisa Evans, Stacy AnthonySource: Region 4 Education Service Center
20) Balanced Reader: Learning to Read, Reading to Learn (Presentation)
Alison DavisSource: National Geographic Learning
21) Tips for Helping Children Learn to Read (Article)
University of CyprusSource: University of Cyprus
23) All About Reading Level 2 Teacher's Manual
Marie RippelSource: All About Learning Press