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The, of, and a are all words a 2G reader can read on his or her own.

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In a 2G book, every word is either a Power Word a reader should already know, or a word that can be “guessed” by using the first letter sound (or blend) and the picture.

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If your child gets stuck on sea, encourage him or her to go back to page 2 and read it again. Help your child notice that sea is the same word on both pages.

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If your child gets stuck on babies or beach, he or she should look back to the previous pages for help remembering these words.

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Now is a power word your child may or may not know. This word is hard to guess from the picture or the meaning of the sentence. If your child gets stuck on this word, tell it to him or her. He or she can still be 2G before he or she knows now.

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Animals is a power word your child may or may not know. If your child gets stuck on this word, tell it to him or her. He or she can still be 2G before he or she knows animals.

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Ask your child, “What did this book say about sea turtles?” Expect him to give you an answer that makes sense with the book. Make sure she understood what she read.

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Was your child able to read this book successfully?

Was your child able to read this book using the sound of the first two letters of a new word and the pictures as help?

Yes!

Congratulations! You can read level
2G
Keep going! and try the next level!

No!

Keep practicing! Let’s keep practicing reading 2 Green books. Read at least 30 minutes every day for a week then try again!