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722
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JD12-CON
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Jack and the Ball

Jack and the Ball

Jack and the Ball
Description

Jack wants Bella and Rosie to play with his ball, but they think it's too small.
This book has been officially leveled by using the F&P Text Level Gradient™ Leveling System.

Level:
D/5 View Level Chart
Author:
Michele Dufresne
Page Count:
12
Word Count:
100
Characters:
Jack and Daisy
Genre:
Fiction, Fountas & Pinnell
Graphics Type:
Photographs
On RRCNA booklist:
Yes
Accelerated Reader Quiz Available:
Yes

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Reviews
Characters Children Love to Read About –Jane
My students love to read about Jack and Daisy and their antics! They can absolutely relate to them when Bella & Rosie are always saying they are too small. This is one of my students' favorites! (Posted on 12/25/2013)
A lot of bang for your buck –vjj
You will want this book, as there is a lot more reading going on in this early level text than in some higher level texts by other publishers. The repetitive nature of the text supports the emergent reader and allows them to fill a sense of accomplishment! (Posted on 2/2/2012)
empathy –Betty
My first graders have empathy for Jack because many times their older siblings say they are too little to do things. (Posted on 1/31/2012)
Great sequel to Bella & Rosie books! –Bonnie
This is another great sequel to Bella and Rosie books! My students just love the books and have great success with them! Thank you for developing fun, interesting books that children will love! (Posted on 1/25/2012)
Great book for beginning readers! –Jacqueline
Jack tries over and over again to entice Bella, Rosie, and finally Daisy to play with him and his green ball. The repeating text provides exposure to a variety of structures of sentences and questions that are good for language development and for practicing fluency. Students will love it! (Posted on 1/16/2012)
Another great book –Sue
For younger readers the font size and large spacing between words is excellent. The repetitive use of the sight words is great practice for those words. The illustrations are colorful and realistic. Would recommend the book. (Posted on 1/10/2012)
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