Great educational tools are immensely critical to child development, but I have found that they are in short supply in the libraries of young readers. a touch of colorWritten and illustrated by Susannah Nilsen, it has given us a supreme perfect example of an educational book aid.
The beginning begins with common sight words that help us as we read, and the writing is simple enough that young readers can pick up these sight words quickly. Although this story does not follow a specific plot or have a general theme, in fact, it allows for an entertaining way to learn. The rhythmic verses jumped off the page with a steady pulse that kept the reader hanging on every word.
I recommend this book to any family or young reader who is learning to read or who needs help acquiring more powerful reading skills. This book will allow a quick and entertaining learning. Illustrations and sight words cohered effortlessly and echoed a seamless connection to sight words, allowing for even better teaching aids.
I believe that the gift of reading is magical and can help us do amazing things. The author explains at the end of the book: “Her experience in the classroom allows for a deep understanding of the value of picture books in the classroom, both as a vehicle for teaching across the curriculum and for exploring all sorts of concepts.” this is something I saw clearly through his writing and the illustrations themselves.
a touch of color is a whimsical picture book that will appeal to preschoolers and toddlers with its vivid images and entertaining text. Parents and teachers will find this a valuable children’s book for teaching about colors and introducing sight words. This is a wonderful addition to the home or classroom library.
Pages: 32 | ASIN: B0BJ6JZJB9