All of us loved this sweet, simple book about a gray cat who collects colors. Red Is a Dragon , by Roseanne Thong. This is a beautiful book about a little girl who sees colors wherever she goes; I love that it introduces my kids to Asian culture. A darling rabbit discovers tubs of paints and dips herself in each one. This simple book is great for teaching about both basic colors and color mixing. My Two asked for it often. Mix It Up! Both my Two and Four loved this brilliant, interactive book about color mixing. When I first read this book, my Two only knew one color by sight yellow — so the color mixing part was over his head.
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This is a very simple, yet highly engaging book. One day, three white mice discover three buckets of color.
They assume that it is mouse paint, and after dipping themselves in the buckets we suddenly have a red, yellow, and blue mouse. The mice dance in puddles of paint, and we learn all about color mixing. This is a solid board book with split pages; kids can turn look at the color at the top and flip the bottom pictures until they find the corresponding one. Great concept!
This simple book has been popular for 40 years. The short text and vibrant pictures red caboose, orange tank car, yellow hopper car, etc. Little Green Peas , by Keith Baker. I love that each page is very focused on a particular color with the color word in giant block letters. This makes the book very effective for teaching colors to toddlers.
Other strengths include simple rhyming text and fun, detailed illustrations of little green peas. This is a sweet story about a baby bear and his mother exploring nature. My reason is that the featured color is often a very small part of the page. Children can read complex sentences fairly fluently, taking note of punctuation.
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They use expression and do not rely on illustrations to help them. Children might read silently or quietly at quite a rapid pace, taking note of punctuation. Usually about 25 pages with 5 to 10 sentences per page. Books might have chapters. Children will read silently most of the time. They are interested in longer texts which they can return to easily after a break. Usually no more than 30 pages and about 10 sentences per page. Usually more than 30 pages. Children read silently with confidence and perseverance. A wide variety of longer, demanding texts, usually with around 30 - 50 pages.
Oxford Reading Tree books have the book band colour shown on the spine. Oxford Reading Tree levels follow the book band colours, however over the last few years, there were a few exceptions to this in the Biff, Chip and Kipper Stories. Some books within the same Oxford Reading Tree level had different book bands.
Please note - the publisher has recently updated the book bands in the Biff, Chip and Kipper Stories to give consistency across their schemes, resulting in the latest reprints changing their bands so that all of the books within the same Oxford Reading Tree level now have the same book band. The book band system is designed to help schools grade their reading books. Most reading scheme books for children aged 4 to 8 years have been given a book band colour by the publisher based on the level of reading difficulty. As you will see from the chart above there are general guidelines about which book bands should be covered at each age group.
Please remember that children learn in different ways and make progress at different times. It is possible that there may be seven year olds on book band red and five year olds on book band turquoise. As a rough guide, children are expected to reach the highest level lime at seven or eight years old.
Children who read above lime level are reading fairly fluently and although some books are still graded above this level, children are reading such a wide range of material that the banding becomes not so important. Colin Dann. Lauren Farnsworth. Jean-Yves Ferri. Rene Goscinny.
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