Alphabet Anatomy: Meet the Capital Letters

Alphabet Anatomy Meet the Capital Letters Alphabet Anatomy s innovative rhyming verses and unique illustrations instruct on letter sound recognition AND how to write the letter thus its anatomy Thoroughly entertaining each letter s heartw

  • Title: Alphabet Anatomy: Meet the Capital Letters
  • Author: Linda Ann Jones Branson Jones Toby Mikle
  • ISBN: 9781460200476
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Paperback
  • Alphabet Anatomy: Meet the Capital Letters

    Alphabet Anatomy s innovative rhyming verses and unique illustrations instruct on letter sound, recognition, AND how to write the letter, thus its anatomy Thoroughly entertaining, each letter s heartwarming personality and characteristics will engage and delight children as they discover what the letters do behind the scenes when they re not busy making words The lettersAlphabet Anatomy s innovative rhyming verses and unique illustrations instruct on letter sound, recognition, AND how to write the letter, thus its anatomy Thoroughly entertaining, each letter s heartwarming personality and characteristics will engage and delight children as they discover what the letters do behind the scenes when they re not busy making words The letters know that the journey to reading is inherently complex, and mastery of these essential skills is absolutely vital for future success In Alphabet Anatomy, the letters love to share their lives, and their highest aspiration is that each child who meets them will embrace this wondrous journey, and develop a life long love for not only reading but writing as well Alphabet Anatomy teaches full understanding of the alphabet, that is, the four inter connected components 1 Letter shape knowledge or recognition 2 Letter name knowledge 3 Letter sound knowledge 4 Letter writing ability In addition, Alphabet Anatomy utilizes the four core elements which extensive research has proven effectively teach reading and provide a solid and effective foundation for proficient reading in later years 1 Phonological awareness 2 Letter identification 3 Vocabulary development 4 Recall and retell sentences and stories Soon to come Meet The Lower Case Letters

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    1. Vera Godley

      I remember all five of my children learning to say and identify their letters and learning to write them. I'd sit down with them and speak of little things that might help make it fun for them such as the "M has two peaks pointing up like the tops of two mountains." Well, Linda Jones has taken the joyful task of teaching children the letters by creatively giving personality, shape, rhyme, and meaning to each letter.With each letter, it takes on a personality which is brought out in the rhyme and [...]

    2. C.M. Truxler

      Linda Ann Jones’s Alphabet Anatomy Points the Way to Learning FunThe Alphabet Anatomy by Linda Ann Jones is an entertaining tool with which to familiarize children just learning the alphabet with each letter form. While the author focuses completely on the capital form of each letter, the book creates a good base for the jumping-off-point. Children will delight with the stories created for each letter, which describes how the letter itself is written. Each capital letter’s tale is created th [...]

    3. Amy_Read to My Heart's Content

      I remember back long ago when I was in first grade and there was this poster that hung on the wall in my classroom. I used to love to stare at that poster and make up different stories about it each day. What was the poster you asked? It was the letters of the alphabet made to look like people. I loved it! I still think back to it and know that it was a very helpful for me to become as enthralled with learning as I am even now.This book brings back those wonderful memories and helps establish th [...]

    4. Mason

      Teaching youngsters the alphabet should be a fun experience for them and you as well.Author Linda Ann Jones assists in that task with her book, Meet The Capital Letters, the first installment in her Alphabet Anatomy series.Bringing the letters to life are the charming illustrations by Branson Jones, teenage son of the author. Youngsters will delight in the quirky drawings. They will be laughing their way through the alphabet as they learn.The author has used rhyming verses with each illustration [...]

    5. Patricia Kemp Blackmon

      In this picture book the alphabet comes alive with colorful characters with great personalities, style and fun in a rhyming tale of ABCs. The illustrations are bold and colorful and depict each and every letter in the alphabet. This is one lively bunch of letters. L is a little soldier with combat boots and a helmet! Very patriotic!M is a mountain and he has snow caps. Oh, so Cool!What a wonderful adventure into the Anatomy of the Alphabet! FUN! FUN! FUN!The child will learn letter recognition, [...]

    6. Patricia

      This beautifully illustrated book offers a great guide to learning the alphabet. The reader is introduced to each letter and the letters shapes and personality. The illustrations are beautiful.Even a child that is not yet ready to read will love looking at the various shapes and colors of the alphabet. Each letter has its own rhyme that makes each letter unique. The author explains the story behind each letter that came to form the sound and shape of the letter.Alphabet Anatomy is a great introd [...]

    7. LeighAnn

      It was the perfect time for my daughter and I to read this book. We've been working on the alphabet a lot recently (she's almost got it down!) so we were really happy to read this. This book makes learning the alphabet fun. The letters are brought to life with very colorful and creative illustrations. Along with each illustration, there is a little rhyme that goes along with it that explains how to write the letters. I think this is very helpful when learning and memorizing. I still remember rhy [...]

    8. Jessica

      Alphabet Anatomy: Meet the Uppercase Letters is a cute picture book that gives the "backstory" to each letter. Every letter has its own rhyme that describes its shape and a picture that highlights the rhyme and includes other words of that letter.The rhymes are clever and cute. Children will love them and the Jones did an excellent job of spelling out the features of the letters while keeping it fun. Letter formation can also be introduced with this book, because the rhymes describe the letter's [...]

    9. Athena Nagel

      I actually wish I had found this book while my children were younger. It turns the alphabet learning lessons into a fun, creative way at looking at each letter. I have no doubt this book would have helped our son learn his alphabet with less stress. He has developmental disabilities and achieves his best learning through creative and artistic means - this book totally fits the bill. This would be a great addition to any preschool/kindergarten classroom. As an example - H Happily hops on 2 stilts [...]

    10. Shannon McGee

      With creative drawing and snazzy rhymed sentences. Each letter has a unique word match to it. While some of the words are simple other are ones rarely used and nice to see them utilized to help kids learn the meanings. I really liked the art in Alphabet Anatomy. It was done by the author’s son which is a neat bonus I am sure for the partners and readers. Down side that letter X is a pain to rhyme darnit. I would have preferred to still have made the word associated with it a word beginning wit [...]

    11. Kristi Bernard

      Do your young readers and writers ever wonder why the letters of the alphabet are shaped the way they are? The answers to their questions can finally be answered. The letter C has an interesting tale. Her right side is open so cats can come for a cozy little catnap. The letter J on the other hand runs straight down and then jumps into a curve. The letter O is for obstacles that never get in the way. Young readers can get excited about learning the alphabet and learning new words. This rhyming st [...]

    12. My Book Addiction and More MBA

      ALPHABET ANATOMY: MEET THE CAPITAL LETTERS by Linda Ann Jones and Branson Jones is an exciting children's books with beautiful illustrations. A great educational tool. A fun way to teach children their capital letters. I look forward to more from these authors. I wish this was around to help teach my grandchildren their letters. A must for anyone with small children,just learning their letters. School systems could also use this as a tool. Received for an honest review from the author.RATING: 5H [...]

    13. Super Reading Kids

      Full Review at: superreadingkids/I laughed at the cover of the book. I loved the "S" and that it was a snake. My brother loves snakes so I knew he could really like this book too. I loved all the colors and different pictures for each capital letter. MY favorites were "O" and "J", especially since my name starts with J.Right now my mom and I are working on learning the different sounds and how to write the letters in the alphabet so this book was a fun helping tool for me. If you are learning yo [...]

    14. Sandra Stiles

      Author Linda Jones and her illustrator son Branson Jones has created a wonderful pre-k/kindergarten book to teach kids the capital letters. The wonderful rhyming descriptions explain how to draw the letters, gives a word to help remember the letter. As a teacher who started out teaching kindergarten I can definitely see the value in having this book on your shelf. If I was teaching kindergarten today I would project one letter at a time, read the rhyme and have the students practice drawing the [...]

    15. Brooke Bumgardner (Brooke Blogs)

      Cute alphabet book, it was an interesting concept to see the letters out and about in the world. :)

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