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Lunch with Cat and Dog

  • Product Type: Reader
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  • ISBN: 978-1-68310-228-1
  • Grade: 1
  • Guided Reading Level: D
  • specifications
Cat always wants more than Dog. But Dog has a way to make sure they get the same amount!
Fiction: This book is a fiction book.

About Learn to Read Books
The Learn to Read books feature easy-to-read stories, rhymes, and songs that engage students’ attention and support their reading development by providing the following elements:

  • High-interest topics for beginning readers
  • Humorous or surprise endings that children love
  • Predictable story lines with repeating text to help early readers develop reading strategies and build confidence
  • Illustrations on every page that match the text to support word identification, boost comprehension, and expand vocabulary
  • Lovable, humorous, and engaging characters that children will connect with and enjoy reading about

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  • Discussion questions to promote vocabulary development, reading comprehension, and connection with text.
  • Extension activities to foster a deeper understanding and interest in the material.

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The Learn to Read book series was created by a team of veteran teachers and reading experts. Their extensive first-hand experience with teaching children how to read, along with their in-depth knowledge of literacy research and child development, has helped create a highly effective, engaging beginning reading series.

Math Concepts

Sight Words


Vocabulary Words

Related Learning Skills

  • Fractions
  • Comparing  sizes
  • Volume
  • with
  • and
  • dog
  • a
  • I
  • want
  • the
  • most
  • said
  • two
  • for
  • you
  • one
  • me
  • yes
  • three
  • big
  • little
  • four
  • eight
  • full
  • too
  • Vowel pair /ie/ as in piece
  • pizza
  • piece(s)
  • watermelon
  • milk
  • cookie
  • cake
  • Using picture details to understand a story
  • Recognizing that an -ed ending is added to some action words (verbs) to show passage of time— for example, yell (yelled) and demand (demanded)
  • Recognizing punctuation: quotation marks, exclamation  point
  • Learning manners
Author Rozanne Lanczak Williams
Fiction/Nonfiction Nonfiction
Weight 1.9 oz
Pages 16


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