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Guess what the twins learn in this installment of Sasha and Tasha; Peach Cobbler Pie in July? Children learn the long i¯ sound and the importance of telling the truth. The introductory material explaining the sound and word families of long i is clear and easy for children to follow, utilizing kid-friendly terms like "team talkers" and personifying letters to make linguistic concepts more concrete and relatable. Through repetition, the story uses phonemes and word families to improve reading skills for intermediate readers. A Word Skill Builder List is provided to build reading confidence and…mehr

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Guess what the twins learn in this installment of Sasha and Tasha; Peach Cobbler Pie in July? Children learn the long i¯ sound and the importance of telling the truth. The introductory material explaining the sound and word families of long i is clear and easy for children to follow, utilizing kid-friendly terms like "team talkers" and personifying letters to make linguistic concepts more concrete and relatable. Through repetition, the story uses phonemes and word families to improve reading skills for intermediate readers. A Word Skill Builder List is provided to build reading confidence and thus improving fluency. Sasha and Tasha are charming leads, their language age appropriate even as they discuss complex concepts like honesty. Discussion questions at the end prompt children to think about values in their own families and help them to relate to the story. The questions encourage discussions and provide parents an opportunity to clarify or expand on familial values and expectations. Sasha and Tasha are back with another lesson on phonetics and honesty in Peach Cobbler Pie in July.
Autorenporträt
Nia Ali is an author, English teacher, and a proud mother of two, amazing children. She continues to write to expand her classroom, teaching students academia and valuable lessons. As she homeschooled her daughter, she noticed some minor reading deficiencies. She searched for material to support her goals, but couldn't find any material to provide practice with word blends and families, sound and word repetition, delightful stories that positively represented the African-American community, or any material that taught valuable, traditional lessons. Therefore, she created the very material that she needed with the charming leads, Sasha and Tasha. Nia Ali has committed nearly 20 years to teaching students that have been under-represented and under-educated. She has received several teaching awards and holds a master's degree in Educational Leadership. She is active with many community organizations and strives to be an agent of change. Nia Ali takes pleasure in speaking engagements to empower individuals to recognize their gifts and fulfill their purpose.