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Dr. Cleophas O. Jones was born in Mobile, Alabama. He is an educator with 20+ years of K-12 leadership experience at the elementary, middle, high school, and district office level, in one of the largest public school systems in the United States. He is committed to providing highly resilient, informational and infunmational literature selections designed to reach and inspire all readers, and particularly children and struggling readers. Dr. Jones is one of the best poetic children’s literature authors, ever. He believes in reading for positive acceleration, learning for productive maximization, and applying your knowledge for progressive elevation. He knows that by setting your mind to having fun when reading, then reading will become a fun mindset. Reading and leading are directly related. His literary works are dedicated to children all over the world who are inspired to read and aspire to lead…that’s all children. Dr. Jones’s implied motto speaks volumes – “UReadULead”.
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Having Fun Learning Our Abc's Starring Doc Cee and Miss Livy
by Cleophas Jones

Overview


This selection is meant to encourage readers to become more familiar with topics and aspects related to the field of Reading and Language Arts, particularly at the pre-school/Kindergarten level. Communication and Participation are two character traits that may be infused in the teaching of educational standards designed to promote learning and overall positive growth and development.
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Description


Are you learning your alphabet or have your already learned your alphabet? If you have learned your alphabet, do you remember making the first phonetic sound with the letter “a”, or how about the letter “t”? Did your teachers and parents use symbols and objects to help you learn how to pronounce and recognize letters? In this beginner's educational “UReadULead” selection, Doc Cee, Miss Livy, and the rest of the class have an exciting school day and it all centers around the standard of learning the alphabet. In their classroom, the teacher makes up an exciting alphabet game and the children have a fun time learning the alphabet. Read along and participate in the story game, and you too, will become an alphabet expert. Then, show your parents and friends what you have learned by saying the alphabet, from “a” to “z
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Overview


This selection is meant to encourage readers to become more familiar with topics and aspects related to the field of Reading and Language Arts, particularly at the pre-school/Kindergarten level. Communication and Participation are two character traits that may be infused in the teaching of educational standards designed to promote learning and overall positive growth and development.

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Description


Are you learning your alphabet or have your already learned your alphabet? If you have learned your alphabet, do you remember making the first phonetic sound with the letter “a”, or how about the letter “t”? Did your teachers and parents use symbols and objects to help you learn how to pronounce and recognize letters? In this beginner's educational “UReadULead” selection, Doc Cee, Miss Livy, and the rest of the class have an exciting school day and it all centers around the standard of learning the alphabet. In their classroom, the teacher makes up an exciting alphabet game and the children have a fun time learning the alphabet. Read along and participate in the story game, and you too, will become an alphabet expert. Then, show your parents and friends what you have learned by saying the alphabet, from “a” to “z

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Book details

Genre:EDUCATION

Subgenre:Elementary

Language:English

Series title:UReadULead

Series Number:15

Pages:36

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781543904529


Overview


This selection is meant to encourage readers to become more familiar with topics and aspects related to the field of Reading and Language Arts, particularly at the pre-school/Kindergarten level. Communication and Participation are two character traits that may be infused in the teaching of educational standards designed to promote learning and overall positive growth and development.

Read more

Description


Are you learning your alphabet or have your already learned your alphabet? If you have learned your alphabet, do you remember making the first phonetic sound with the letter “a”, or how about the letter “t”? Did your teachers and parents use symbols and objects to help you learn how to pronounce and recognize letters? In this beginner's educational “UReadULead” selection, Doc Cee, Miss Livy, and the rest of the class have an exciting school day and it all centers around the standard of learning the alphabet. In their classroom, the teacher makes up an exciting alphabet game and the children have a fun time learning the alphabet. Read along and participate in the story game, and you too, will become an alphabet expert. Then, show your parents and friends what you have learned by saying the alphabet, from “a” to “z

Read more

About the author


Dr. Cleophas O. Jones was born in Mobile, Alabama. He is an educator with 20+ years of K-12 leadership experience at the elementary, middle, high school, and district office level, in one of the largest public school systems in the United States. He is committed to providing highly resilient, informational and infunmational literature selections designed to reach and inspire all readers, and particularly children and struggling readers. Dr. Jones is one of the best poetic children’s literature authors, ever. He believes in reading for positive acceleration, learning for productive maximization, and applying your knowledge for progressive elevation. He knows that by setting your mind to having fun when reading, then reading will become a fun mindset. Reading and leading are directly related. His literary works are dedicated to children all over the world who are inspired to read and aspire to lead…that’s all children. Dr. Jones’s implied motto speaks volumes – “UReadULead”.

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