Increase your child's recognition, motor skills, and usage of the letter Gg!
The "Gabriel's Not So Good Guest" Workbook is for parents and teachers that want to do more than teach the letter Gg to preschool-aged children. It's for the parents and teachers that want to set the stage for children to fall in love with reading without having to struggle to keep them engaged and focused as they learn the letters of the alphabet. Our workbook is based on a story that is both fun and interesting, which means children will want you to read it to them over and over.
Many parents that are ready to start teaching their child the alphabet mistakenly believe that they don't have the power to control whether or not their child is interested in learning. Teaching through stories, especially at an early age, increases both active participation and listening skills. The "Gabriel's Not So Good Guest" Workbook will create opportunities for your child to:
- Create Lasting Connections — form a "bond" with Gabriel that will help them to recognize that character in their story
- Reinforce Lessons — connect images with new words to improve information retention
- Improve Penmanship — develop pen control through activities like tracing pages, word and letter To Find, and mazes
- Hone Motor Skills — sharpen hand-eye coordination through coloring pages directly from the story
By introducing the characters in our books to your child, you'll increase their ability to retain, comprehend, and expand upon the fundamental building block of reading - the alphabet.
So, if you're ready to set the stage for your child to fall in love with reading, then the "Gabriel's Not So Good Guest" Workbook is what you've been looking for!