One of our all time favorite reading resources came to us in form of The Reading Game so you can imagine my delight in being able to share with you the newest resource from the same people who brought it into our world. The Magic Stories by Allsaid & Dunn, LLC, publishers of The Reading Game and authors of the Wordly Wise series adds just the perfect touch of "magic" that my daughter needed in the process of learning how to read. And while The Magic Stories is the absolute PERFECT follow-up resource for The Reading Game, you absolutely do not have to have played it first to find success with The Magic Stories. These delightful stories are written with words appropriate for 2nd and 3rd grade learners, but they can be used in multiple ways with both older and younger readers, too.
As you know, I'm a pen and paper girl myself, so I couldn't wait to print the pages. These can be printed on regular paper or cardstock and can be printed one-sided or two. Either way, they are lovely. Combined together, The Magic Stories make for a very nice sized book that will become a family favorite. The fables are fun and well worth reading and re-reading. The simple black and white illustrations are beautiful and your child will enjoy coloring them to personalize the book. Once that is "all said and done," you'll have a treasure to enjoy for years to come.
In addition to the Naughty Words deck, each story has a set of seven worksheet pages to be printed to help students learn. There is a pre- and post-reading assessment of the words that will be in each book, a maze to test reading comprehension after the story has been completed, a finish-the-sentence worksheet that helps your child learn the basic elements of language arts, a Real & Imaginary worksheet that ensures that children know the difference between what can really happen and what we can pretend happens in life, and a creative writing exercise that complements the story read. This is a wealth of reading readiness at your fingertips. Reluctant readers are going to thoroughly enjoy reading and studying through these magic stories and worksheets just as much as children who simple enjoy reading for reading's sake.
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I was given the opportunity to review The Magic Stories by Allsaid & Dunn, LLC, publishers of The Reading Game and authors of the Wordly Wise series as a member of the Homeschool Review Crew. You can check out the Crew Review and see what other members of the Homeschool Review Crew thought of these magical stories.