Guess what the twins learn in this installment of Sasha and Tasha: Chore to Mr. Morton's Corner Store?
Children learn the /or/ sound and the importance of honoring elders within the community. The introductory Word Skill Builder Lists explain /or/ word families. These lists are easy to follow and utilizes simple instructions to help students understand the different letter blends and words that make the /or/ sound. The words from the lists are then intermingled throughout the text, thus improving reading fluency. Through repetition of the /or/ sound, students gain practice and develop confidence to become fluent readers.
Sasha and Tasha are delightful young leads. They share experiences and family traditions from their African-American community. Their language and experiences are appropriate even as they discuss complex concepts like honoring family traditions. Let's Talk About are discussion questions that prompt children to determine the theme of the story while providing parents an opportunity to clarify and expand on familial expectations.
Sasha and Tasha are at it again, helping students to become better readers while teaching valuable lessons. Experience all the adventure in Sasha and Tasha: Chore to Mr. Morton's Corner Store.