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Harcourt was an American publishing firm with a long history of publishing fiction and nonfiction for adults and children. From 1919 to 1982, it was based in New York City.

Published 2003 by Harcourt.

Trophies: Practice Book Grade 3-2. Publisher: HARCOURT SCHOOL PUBLISHERS Jan 1 2002.

Grade 1. (5 v. ): Guess who?; Catch a dream; Here and there; Time together; Gather around. Grade 2. (2 v. ): Just for you; Banner days.

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Harcourt: Guess Who? - Trophies hardcover

Harcourt: Guess Who? - Trophies epub download

ISBN13: 978-0153397769

ISBN: 0153397764

Author: HARCOURT SCHOOL PUBLISHERS

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: Education & Reference

Language: English

Publisher: HARCOURT SCHOOL PUBLISHERS; 1 edition (July 1, 2003)

Pages: 160 pages

ePUB size: 1140 kb

FB2 size: 1321 kb

Rating: 4.1

Votes: 141

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Nuadora
I homeschool and have been doing Trophies since 1st grade, My daughter loves the stories and the fun things to do after each story. I can't believe but children do pick up words quick and the highlighted words in the story do wonders. Its a fun way to learn how to read!
Nuadora
I homeschool and have been doing Trophies since 1st grade, My daughter loves the stories and the fun things to do after each story. I can't believe but children do pick up words quick and the highlighted words in the story do wonders. Its a fun way to learn how to read!
Xtintisha
This is great for working with your child on ELA - English, Language, Arts. The stories have comprehension questions. They discuss and use different genres. I would highly recommend this textbook.
Xtintisha
This is great for working with your child on ELA - English, Language, Arts. The stories have comprehension questions. They discuss and use different genres. I would highly recommend this textbook.
Undeyn
Bought this for our 1st grade homeschooler: I only gave it a 3-star rating because the Think & Respond questions after each story were thought provoking and non-stressful for the child although the stories were much too basic for a 1st grader.
Down Sides: pictures actually take up most of the space in this book and the stories (around 10pgs long) are very short with around five words per sentence (meaning 5 or 6 sentences-stretched out on around 5 of the 10 pg story).
I counted 6 stories, 2 poems, and a photo essay along with meet the author, illustrator, or photographer pgs.
Yes, this book easily introduces different genres to your child and there are connection activities (math, writing, art, social studies, etc.) that accompany the stories, the actual content of the stories are more on a preschool level.
To my knowledge, there are 5 textbooks for the 1st grade level of the Trophies Series and I'm far too skeptical at purchasing the other levels (1.2 -1.5).
Would Not Recommend since it seems that this series' content is elongated and stretched out over 5-thin, picture packed textbooks.
Undeyn
Bought this for our 1st grade homeschooler: I only gave it a 3-star rating because the Think & Respond questions after each story were thought provoking and non-stressful for the child although the stories were much too basic for a 1st grader.
Down Sides: pictures actually take up most of the space in this book and the stories (around 10pgs long) are very short with around five words per sentence (meaning 5 or 6 sentences-stretched out on around 5 of the 10 pg story).
I counted 6 stories, 2 poems, and a photo essay along with meet the author, illustrator, or photographer pgs.
Yes, this book easily introduces different genres to your child and there are connection activities (math, writing, art, social studies, etc.) that accompany the stories, the actual content of the stories are more on a preschool level.
To my knowledge, there are 5 textbooks for the 1st grade level of the Trophies Series and I'm far too skeptical at purchasing the other levels (1.2 -1.5).
Would Not Recommend since it seems that this series' content is elongated and stretched out over 5-thin, picture packed textbooks.
Budar
I am going to be homeschooling my daughter for first grade next year. After looking over several readers, I decided on this one for several reasons.

1) The pages are in color and are well laid out. The language in the story is very good for choral reading with a student and are easy to read.

2) I like the short activities included in the book after each selection. There are also comprehension questions in the book--you don't have to have the teacher's guide for these.

3) I love the variety of different types of stories (realistic fiction, animal stories, fantasy, biography, etc.) as well as the good balance between fiction and non-fiction selections.

4) They are very affordable when purchased used, even though there are five readers for the year. They are hardback and will be very durable.

I have also purchased 4 of the 5 teacher's guides used. After looking them over, I am going to use them for the morning introduction, the comprehension questions for the stories, and integrate the practice pages from the accompanying practice workbooks. The teacher's guides all have a good spelling list for each week and a weekly lesson planner. I do like them, but they aren't a must. It is a very integrated and well balanced program, but there's a lot to do if you are going to do everything in the teacher's guide.

My plans are to use: The Harcourt Trophies Gr. 1 for reading selections and teaching comprehension, First Language Lessons for Grammar, Write One program for writing, and Explode the Code for phonics.

One really, really great thing about Harcourt books is that if you own a copy of the student text and a practice book, the publisher gives permission to the classroom teacher to make copies of the practice book for their classroom use. That makes buying these books and their workbooks a great value, because I will be able to copy the practice books and use this set with each of my children when they are in first grade and not have to make any more purchases (I'll just make copies of the workbook pages).
Budar
I am going to be homeschooling my daughter for first grade next year. After looking over several readers, I decided on this one for several reasons.

1) The pages are in color and are well laid out. The language in the story is very good for choral reading with a student and are easy to read.

2) I like the short activities included in the book after each selection. There are also comprehension questions in the book--you don't have to have the teacher's guide for these.

3) I love the variety of different types of stories (realistic fiction, animal stories, fantasy, biography, etc.) as well as the good balance between fiction and non-fiction selections.

4) They are very affordable when purchased used, even though there are five readers for the year. They are hardback and will be very durable.

I have also purchased 4 of the 5 teacher's guides used. After looking them over, I am going to use them for the morning introduction, the comprehension questions for the stories, and integrate the practice pages from the accompanying practice workbooks. The teacher's guides all have a good spelling list for each week and a weekly lesson planner. I do like them, but they aren't a must. It is a very integrated and well balanced program, but there's a lot to do if you are going to do everything in the teacher's guide.

My plans are to use: The Harcourt Trophies Gr. 1 for reading selections and teaching comprehension, First Language Lessons for Grammar, Write One program for writing, and Explode the Code for phonics.

One really, really great thing about Harcourt books is that if you own a copy of the student text and a practice book, the publisher gives permission to the classroom teacher to make copies of the practice book for their classroom use. That makes buying these books and their workbooks a great value, because I will be able to copy the practice books and use this set with each of my children when they are in first grade and not have to make any more purchases (I'll just make copies of the workbook pages).