Spring 2021

Patrones en el jardín (Patterns in the Garden)

From the Series Patrones en la naturaleza (Patterns in Nature)

Patterns in the Garden introduces emergent readers to patterns in gardens, such as rows of plants, spiderwebs, and flower petal arrangements, while providing them with a supportive first nonfiction reading experience. Carefully crafted text uses high-frequency words, repetitive sentence patterns, and strong visual references to support emergent readers, making sure they aren’t facing too many challenges at once.

Patterns in the Garden includes tools for teachers and caregivers, as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, an index, and a Let’s Review! question and photo. Patterns in the Garden is part of Jump!’s Patterns in Nature series.
Format List Price Your Price Qty
978-1-64527-898-6
$24.21 $16.95
978-1-64527-900-6
$29.99 $22.50
Interest Level Preschool - Grade 1
Reading Level Preschool
Category Beginning Readers, New!, Spanish
Subject Early Concepts
Copyright 2021
Publisher Jump!
Imprint Tadpole Books
Number of Pages 16
Publication Date 2021-01-01
BISACS JNF013070, JNF037030, JNF045000
Dewey 577.5
Dimensions 6.5 x 9
Lexile 100
Guided Reading Level B
Features Index and Table of contents

Reviews

Patrones en la naturaleza (Patterns in Nature) - Reviewed by School Library Journal

Patterns and textures take the spotlight in this Spanish series about where to find patterns in all kinds of natural environments, including forests, deserts, gardens, and beaches. Readers as young as three will benefit from full-page color, high-definition close-ups of butterflies, raccoons, ladybugs, honeycomb, and sunflowers, and the visual patterns that exist in each. Caregivers will want to trace and point out dots, stripes, and other visual elements, prompted by short captions on some of the pages that identify patterns using words. Spreads that have no text will inspire on-the-fly dialogic reading between caregiver and child. VERDICT This Spanish series can be easily adapted to different audiences and the emphasis on repetition will help readers develop early literacy and vital visual literacy skills.