Me First!

Prefixes Lead the Way

by Robin Pulver
Illustrator(s): Lynne Rowe Reed
eBook | Pages: 32
Size: 8 X 10 | USD: $16.95
ISBN: 9780823437313
Publication Date: July 30, 2016
Age: 6-9 | Guided Reading Level: O
Themes: Language Arts, Patriotism, President's Day, School, Writing
Recommendations: K,SLJ

About the Book

In this zany language arts book, a classroom lesson on leadership gets a boost from little groups of letters called PREFIXES.

It’s Leadership Day in Mr. Wright’s classroom, and the prefixes are IMpatient to take center stage. After all, they are the greatest leaders around! Prefixes attach to the beginning of words and change what they mean. But they are MIStaken about their role in the day’s festivities. . . . Mr. Wright has a lesson on President Abraham Lincoln PREpared. The prefixes are in DISbelief that they could be so carelessly IGnored. Luckily, Mr. Wright gets a REminder to include them in the lesson and the prefixes are ready to UNleash their power.

Educator's Guide
Educator's Guide

ME FIRST! Prefixes Lead the Way

This Discussion and Activity Guide will “REview,” “ENlighten,” and “UNleash” the knowledge of “PREfixes”!