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1st Grade Readability

Newcomers in Action

Each flip book in this 10-book set covers a key life skill necessary for newcomers, such as managing money, finding a job, or starting at a new school. The books also delve into American culture and expectations. Developed for newcomers reading at the most basic level, the books range in readability from 1.0 to 1.9 and have Lexile scores of 130-230.

Each book is actually two books in one, with a nonfiction side and a fiction side. The nonfiction side teaches students about an important life-skills topic, and the fiction side depicts characters negotiating new skills in real-life situations.

Moving In | Pack Up

Smart Grocery Shopping | Smart Shop

Doing Household Chores | Keep it Clean

Cooking Your Own Meals | Dinner is Served

Planning to Save | Something Big

Finding a Place to Live | A Place of Our Own

Starting at a New School | Fitting In

Organizing for School Success | Make the Grade

Community Resources | A New Home

Finding and Keeping a Job | Hire Me

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Reading Level

Interest Level

1st Grade Readability

Grades 6-12


Subject/Genre: Life Skills

Ratings: Lexile:130-230

Recommended Ages: 12–18

Pages: 76 pp., 5.125 x 7.75

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Item No.

Description

Price

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DDD-3010

Set of 10 flip books


$130.00

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