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Scripted Lesson Plans
$9.95 – $15.95
The lesson plan book is composed of 32 lessons, one for each little book! All Lesson Plans are parent and teacher-friendly, scripted so the parent or teacher is provided the words to use in teaching, and possible child responses are included as well. The children’s format for learning incorporates the five critical areas of reading: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Vocabulary, Fluency, and Comprehension.
SCRIPTED LESSON PLANS
The lesson plan book is composed of 32 lessons, one for each little book! All Lesson Plans are parent and teacher-friendly, scripted so the parent or teacher is provided the words to use in teaching, and possible child responses are included as well. The children's format for learning incorporates the five critical areas of reading: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Vocabulary, Fluency, and Comprehension.
- The lesson plan book is composed of 32 lessons—one for each little book!
- These lesson plans are parent-teacher friendly. They are scripted so the parent or teacher is provided the words to use in teaching, and possible child responses are included too.
- The format of every lesson incorporates the five critical areas of reading—phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension. This is a particularly useful supplement for Latter-day Saint homeschoolers.
- The “comprehension” section in each lesson can initiate parent-child conversations about gospel concepts.
WHY USE SCRIPTED LESSON PLANS?
- Teach Gospel principles and reading simultaneously
- Use Scientifically based reading research
- Easy to use, simple instructions
- Help your child develop a love for the Book of Mormon
HOW TO USE SCRIPTED LESSON PLANSView the Guide!
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Scientifically Based Reading Research (SBRR)
The lesson plan book is composed of 32 lessons, one for each little book! All Lesson Plans are parent and teacher-friendly, scripted so the parent/teacher is provided the words to use in teaching, and possible child responses are included as well. The children’s format for learning incorporates the five critical areas of reading:
The ability to identify and manipulate individual sounds (phonemes) in spoken words. We know that a student’s skill in phonological awareness is a good predictor of later reading success or difficulty.
Vocabulary can be split into two types: receptive vocabulary and expressive vocabulary. A child’s receptive vocabulary consists of the words the child understands when he/she hears or reads them. A child’s expressive vocabulary consists of the words the child uses when he/she speaks.
The ability to read with speed, accuracy, and proper expression. In order to understand what they read, children must be able to read fluently whether they are reading aloud or silently. When reading aloud, fluent readers read in phrases and add intonation appropriately.
The understanding and interpretation of what is read. To be able to accurately understand written material, children need to be able to (1) decode what they read; (2) make connections between what they read and what they already know; and (3) think deeply about what they have read.
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Made to Last for Years
32 lessons, years of enjoyment
Thank you for your hard work creating these products. I am extremely excited to use these books with my son. How can I go wrong teaching them to read with the Book of Mormon as the foundation/goal?
I don’t remember exactly how I found your site. I teach prek for my son and 6 of his friends, and I was looking for beginning readers to use with my class (I like Bob books, but was doing my research, and I think I found your site by hunting on the internet). Once I saw your products I couldn’t pass it up!
Thank you, I look forward to getting the box! Let me know if you have any more questions. C.
Thank you for your wonderful cd! We are so excited to use it. I found out about your website just searching on the Internet. I recognized some of your illustrations by Rebecca Miller on some of your books (whom happens to be my sister in law). I began looking into what she had done and then I happened upon your website. Thanks for your wonderful story about how you started the Sunday scripture drawings.
Hi Miss Johnson,
Thank you so much for creating the Mormon Little Books. I ordered level A to read with my three year old. He absolutely loves the books! We read them every morning before we eat breakfast. It’s fun to see him asking questions, making observations, and connecting with the characters. This morning while reading the Baby Nephi book, we read the page about Nephi drinking. After I turned the page, he quickly turned it back to the page we had just read and said, “His mommy says, ‘No horse! Don’t drink baby Nephi’s water. That’s gross!’ ”
Though it was a funny moment that made me giggle, a very strong impression suddenly came to me that these books were helping him truly connect with these Book of Mormon figures and that if he can build relationships with these Book of Mormon figures at a young age, he will love the scriptures and have a connection with ALL scriptures as he grows older. I distinctly felt that I needed to order the whole set to help him continue to connect with the scriptures. So that’s what I’m going to do!
Thank you for designing these amazing books. They are so simple and perfect for a toddler. I feel that the short phrases and beautiful illustrations help imprint images and associations in their sweet little minds — minds that seem to thirst for learning and knowledge and soak things up like a sponge!
As I’m writing this letter to you, my toddler just walked in. I told him I was writing a thank-you letter to the lady who wrote the Baby Nephi books. I asked him if he thought it would be cool for me to buy more Nephi books. He gave me a big squeeze and with a huge smile on his face said, “So so tool (cool)!!” He seriously loves these books so much!
You had mentioned in your last email to me that I could order the whole set minus the cost of Level A if I ordered within 30 days. We are about a week past that date, but I was wondering if you could still honor that offer. I would really like to get the entire set after having that experience with him this morning!
I want to thank you for taking the time to send me the insight behind Book of Mormon Picture Pages. How touching your personal account was to me. As I read through your testimony and experience I had so many moments that connected me to your heart. What an exceptional mother and example you are, not only for your own family, but for all those you are helping to guide through this exceptional project. My life, and my family, will be continually blessed because of the efforts that you placed into this work. I thank you for so selflessly allowing us to be a part of this project that required great dedication, sacrifice, and labor. We will cherish it.
I am a mother to four children who has a fervent desire for my children to know the scriptures. The scriptures are a blessing and endowment in my life. I have a very personal connection to them; but it was connection that I did not obtain until l was married and mothering my first child. As my love of the scriptures ignited, and as my heart connected to the sacred guidance, understanding, and teachings within, I keenly recognized that my responsibility would be to help my children, at the youngest of age, to love these words of God.
I found your Book of Mormon Picture Pages when my youngest was only two years old. I cannot remember now how I came across them. I was filled with EXCITEMENT and immediately wanted to start the project, but at the time I was very sick as I was carrying our second child. Afterwards, I decided to start on a few different Book of Mormon projects that would help my very young children gain access to the special stories in the Book of Mormon in a way that would communicate to their early learning abilities. However, in the back of my mind I waited until the time felt right to begin our own Book of Mormon Picture Pages.
The other night as I was putting together lessons for my four year old’s weekly Book of Mormon study, Book of Mormon Picture Pages came into my mind. It was a precise and clear recollection. I knew that it was the time to begin this project with my family! With all four of our children on earth, our oldest being eight and our youngest 4 months, we are ready to begin this exciting opportunity.
I’d love to keep in contact with you and share some of the pages and experiences we create. Would that be something you would feel comfortable with?
Thank you again for all you have done to preserve this work and for your willingness to share it with others around you. I will spread word of this to friends and family that all may have the opportunity to partake.
With love, B