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Contents 3...My 100 Words to Read Group 1 4...Find the Word 5...Word Math 6...Match It! 7...What Am I? Group 2 8...Who Am I? 9...Which Word? 10...Which Way Is Up? 11...Mystery Letter Group 3 12...Read and Spell 13...Yes or No? 14...My Good Friend 15...Match It! Group 4 16...Which Word? 17...Match It! 18...Friends Share 19...Rhyming Pear Tree Group 5 20...Go Car, Go! 21...This or That? 22...What Am I? 23...Sort It Out! Group 6 24...Letter Detective 25...How Many? 26...Sparky and Lisa’s Day 31...If Numbers Were Walking Mini Book 27...Balloons for Lilly Dear Educator, Teachers know and experts agree that the only way for children to master sight words—those high frequency, often non- decodable words essential to reading fluency—is through practice. With 100 Words Kids Need to Read, we are pleased to offer a tool to help you provide that practice in an engaging, effective format. We created the three books in this series—for first, second, and third graders—with the guidance of literacy experts and classroom teachers. Broken down into manageable groups, words are introduced in context and reinforced through inviting puzzles and games. Each sequence of activities is carefully designed to touch on reading, writing, and usage—taking children beyond mere visual recognition of sight words to genuine mastery. The journey through these skill-building pages will help young readers make the successful transition from learning to read to reading to learn. Along the way, they will also receive excellent preparation for standardized tests. Enjoy the trip! David Goddy VP, Publisher Editor: Kaaren Sorensen Art Directors: Joan Michael, Deborah Dinger, Vanessa Frazier, Beth Benzaquin Editorial Consultants:Wiley Blevins, Mary C. Rose, Sue Sxczepanski Writers: Laine Falk, Spencer Kayden, Jessica B. Levine Copy Editors: L.C. Israel, Bryan Brown Production Editor: Barbara Schwartz Magazine Group: VP, Publisher: David Goddy•VP, Editor in Chief: Rebecca Bondor•Associate Editorial Director: Alyse Sweeney•Design Director: Judith Christ-Lafond•Production Director: Barbara Schwartz•Executive Director of Photography: Steven Diamond•Publishing System Director: David Hendrickson•Manager, Digital Imaging Group: Marc Stern•Director of Library Service: Bert Schacter•Library Manager: Margaret Stevaralgia•VP, Marketing: Jocelyn Forman•Scholastic Education:President: Margery Mayer •Group VP Marketing: Greg Worrell•Director, Customer Service Technical Support: Karine Apollon-Mowatt•Associate Director of Customer Service: Pat Drayton To order more issues or for customer service: 1- 800-SCHOLASTIC Copyright © 2001 by Scholastic • All rights reserved. Published by Scholastic Inc • Scholastic and associated logos are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Scholastic Inc. No part of this publication may be reproduced, or stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without written permission of the publisher. For information regarding permission, write to Scholastic Inc., Attention: Permissions Department, 557 Broadway, New York, NY 10012 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publications Data available ISBN 0-439-37064-7 12 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 00 01 02 03 04 2 Printed in the USA. First printing X ANSWER KEY Page 4: Words to be marked follow in bold: Lilly has a cat. The cat is little. The cat goes to Lilly. Page 5: at; an; as. Page 6: From top to bottom, pictures match sentences 2, 1, 5, 4, 3. Page 7: hidden picture = panda in bamboo. Page 8: Answers will vary. Page 9: 1. play; 2. jump; 3. fast; 4. run; 5. ran. Page 10: 1. down; 2. out; 3. up; 4. on; 5. in. Page 11: 2. o ; 3. p; 4. u; 5. n. Page 12: 2. father; 3. and; 4. were; 5. They. Page 13: Answers will vary. Page 14: friend; We; are; good. Page 15: From top, pictures match sentences 2, 3, 1. Page 16: 1. Will; 2 sit, sat; 3. ate; 4. be; 5. eat; 6. be, ate. Page 17: night; stop; day; rain. Page 18: went; with; of; for; from; If. Page 19: 2. night; 3. stop; 4. ate; 5. will; 6. look; 7. be; 8. sat; 9. went. Page 20: go; saw; wants; can go; goes. Page 21: 2. that; 3. old; 4. new; 5. This. Page 22: hidden picture = flower. Page 23: Actions: see, saw, go; Things: book, car; Colors: blue, orange, green, red, yellow. Page 24: 1. o, a; 2. i, a; 3. e, o; u. Page 25: 1. two; 2. four; 3. three; 4. one. Page 26: 1. seven; 2. eight; 3. three; 4. five. Mini Book: rain; to; car; mother; with; has; seven; get; girl; two; gave; orange; He; to; They; play; as; good; sleep. Page 31: Number words to be circled appear as follows: verse 2: One; verse 3: One, Two, Two; verse 4: Two; verse 5: Two, Three, One, Two; verse 6: Four’s; verse 7: Five, Ten; verse 8: Six, Five, Seven; verse 9: Seven; verse 10: Eight’s; verse 11: Nine, Ten; verse 12: Ten, zero, one.

Dear Educator

Teachers know and experts agree that the only way for children to master sight words—those high frequency, often nondecodable words essential to reading fluency—is through practice.<br /> <br /> With 100 Words Kids Need to Read, we are pleased to offer a tool to help you provide that practice in an engaging, effective format.<br /> <br /> We created the three books in this series—for first, second, and third graders—with the guidance of literacy experts and classroom teachers. Broken down into manageable groups, words are introduced in context and reinforced through inviting puzzles and games. Each sequence of activities is carefully designed to touch on reading, writing, and usage—taking children beyond mere visual recognition of sight words to genuine mastery.<br /> <br /> The journey through these skill-building pages will help young readers make the successful transition from learning to read to reading to learn. Along the way, they will also receive excellent preparation for standardized tests. Enjoy the trip!

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