“Enhance Literacy Skills with 201 Thematic Poems: Riddle Poems Book Review”
This book review explores the features and benefits of “201 Thematic Poems: Riddle Poems to Build Literacy.” The article highlights how this book provides a collection of 201 thematic poems that engage readers through the use of riddles. It discusses how the book promotes literacy skills by encouraging critical thinking, vocabulary development, and creative expression. The review emphasizes the thematic approach and the variety of topics covered, making it suitable for diverse reading interests. It also praises the book’s engaging illustrations and accessible language. Overall, it recommends “201 Thematic Poems” as a valuable resource for educators and parents looking to foster literacy skills in children.
Patrice Badami 0:00
This is Patrice Badami with Acorn to Tree children’s book review. And today I have a book. It’s from Scholastic. It’s called 201 thematic riddle poems to build literacy, short, irresistible guests; my poems are perfect for shared reading, circle time and more. This is just an excerpt by Betsy Franco. This is an excellent idea for children. I like this book because when it’s time to go to bed at night, I read a couple of books to my daughter, and then we pull this out; it helps a child to learn how to deduce and find the answer when given certain clues.
For like, for example, a ladybug, it’s black, it’s red, it’s a bug. And then there, oh, it’s a ladybug. So the excitement when they’re able to put the pieces together is so that it’s just a great spark to see in your child’s eye. And it helps them to get very excited when it’s kind of like giving them a trivia question, but if they’re at their level, this book is for children pre-K to two, and it’s a very, it’s an excellent idea for emergent readers. It encourages, you know, children to be interested in reading and learning. And it’s a terrific idea to build literacy. So once again, 201 thematic riddle poems to build literacy, and it’s by Betsy Franco. And it’s not just for the classroom as well; it’s for you can read it at home, it’s for the school. It’s a great way of incorporating literacy into your particular time with your child. Other than just reading a book, it’s also another idea of incorporating discussion, opening up the lines of communication by including them. They just love doing the different riddles and figuring them out. So see if you can find it. It’s an adorable book