Subject: Physical Science
Genre: Procedural Text
Comprehension Skill/Strategy: Sequence of Events
Diagnostic Reading Assessment (DRA/EDL): 16
Guided Reading Level: I
Lexile Level: 16
DK's iOpeners equip K-6 students with the skills and strategies they need to access and comprehend nonfiction so that they are not only learning to read but reading to learn. The combination of high-interest content and eye-popping photography of iOpeners brings science and social studies topics to life, raises student achievement in reading, and boosts standardized test scores.
Filled with prompts and illustrations to help inspire their inner Dr. Frankenstein, Monster Doodles for Kids lures boys and girls into this pocket-sized laboratory where they can create fiendish, snaggle-toothed monsters and eye-popping villains to their heart's desire.
Chris Sabatino is a monster lover who doodles all day long. Chris's crazy creatures have been featured in books, magazines, comics, and greeting cards. He is the author of Pocketdoodles for Boys and lives in Canton, Massachusetts.
As a complement to the book's essentially skills based core, you will find feature spreads on artists who have been major influences on the development of portraiture, and plenty of scope for incorporating their innovative ideas in your own drawings.
The Fundamentals of Drawing Portraits presents an inspirational approach to all aspects of the subject, ensuring that you will remain enthused from beginning to end and regularly revisit its pages for advice and encouragement.