Sound Out X Sports
by Matt Sims
Each X Sports title is now enlarged to a 7x9 format with full-color images throughout. This informational text series uses short, but complete sentences to convey the history and facts of each extreme sport. X Sports follows the Sound Out skills in levels 5 and 6 of the Sound Out skills chart
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For the first time each title is available separately or as a Class Set (5 of each title).
With all Sound Out Chapter Books, students have a chance to read engaging text while the controlled vocabulary helps them practice phonics and basic word-building skills. Sound Out Levels 5 and 6 introduce the following skills: one-syllable spelling patterns, word endings, compound words, prefixes and suffixes, and simple two-syllable words.
Want to fly across the water? All you need is a board, a rig, and some wind.
Have you ever wanted to do tricks on a cool bike? You will learn where the sport came from, and how to ride a BMX bike.
In-line skates can be a great way to get around. You will learn about the first in-line skates, and how to do skating jumps and tricks.
Would you like to race down a river? How about riding a raft? You will learn how rafting became a sport, and how to raft safely.
The sport of rock climbing has come a long way. Anyone can learn to rock climb. It is great fun to make your way up a rocky cliff.
Want to fly like a bird? Sky diving gets you up high in the air. You will learn how sky diving began and how to stay safe when you sky dive.