Mighty Readers Workbook – Book Review

Did you know Bradley is learning to read this year??  Looking for good books to use in the process has been quiet a challenge.  But Mighty Reader Workbook by Heidi Cooley has been a huge help in the process.  I don’t have to stress about prescreening all of the stories because I know they are good wholesome stories that are teaching the truth and love.

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Mighty Readers Workbook covers some of my favorite Bible stories include:  Noah and the Ark, Jonah and the Great Task, Joseph and the Colorful Coat, Moses and the Ten Plagues, David and Goliath, Three Friends in the Fiery Furnace, Daniel and the Lions, Queen Ester, Jesus is Born, Zacchaeus Climbs a Tree, Jesus Feeds the 5,000, Jesus and the Cross and Jesus and the Empty Tomb.

Each story has a list of vocabulary words already selected for me with the definitions in the workbook.  Each story is broken down into a week of work helping children spend time focusing on the story and learning several great reading skills each week including comprehension questions, context clues, inferencing, key details, problem solution, visualization, synonyms, connecting writing with reading and text features.

Mighty Readers Workbook is a great addition to any homeschool home or a parent looking to help your children with some additional reading.  I would highly recommend this book to any of my friends.

If you love Mighty Readers Workbook for grade one I recommend you also check out Mighty Readers Workbook for grade two.

Disclosure: Thanks to B&H Publishing Group for sponsoring today’s post; all opinions are honestly my own.  Please check out my policies and disclosure for more details.

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