Mit makes a snowman. Nan watches but the snowman has no face. Nan flies away. She returns with a carrot for the snowman’s nose, then coal for his eyes and a stick for his mouth. Then the final touch—a hat! Ann is angry when she sees her hat on the snowman. Nan suggests that a bucket can be used instead of the hat. The bucket makes the snowman complete. The story is read along so your child can listen to the text or read independently. This story is geared toward children grades P-3. "Nan and the Man" is the 14th book in the series of beginning readers from ReadingTeacher.com.
New Words in Book 14:
a, man, the
The 80 books in the series use systematic phonics to ensure that your beginning readers will get a great start in reading proficiency.
The books begin at a very simple level and gradually introduce new sounds and words until students have mastered all 44 phonemes (sounds) in the English language.
The books should be read in order, because the sounds and words in each book build upon those learned in previous books. It is important that students master each book before moving on to the next.
Each new word throughout the program is repeated at least 5 times in the book in which it first appears and 5 more times in the next 10 books.