Intellectual Bookshop's Learning Guides for Grades 3-8

1. The Reading Planner (Coming Soon!)

Books that Shape the Intellectual Child for Grades 3-8

Book cover for READING PLANNER grades 3-8

Building a Personal Library for Home or School

Reading without question plays an instrumental role for children to excel academically and in life. The first goal then is to develop curiosity early on in kids

at home. After all, reading is the best way to build a foundation of learning and readiness for school. To maintain curiosity, in-home Intellectual Spaces, Intellectual Classrooms, and genre-based libraries engage young scholars in reading. No matter a child’s developmental stage, building a personal library is essential for developing an enthusiasm for learning.

How can genre-specific books help?

• Reading a variety of books daily enhances language development in babies.

• Building a list of favorite books encourages early conversation in toddlers.

• Developing a strong subject-specific knowledge base will be useful for class discussions, assignments, and rigorous testing.

In-home and classroom libraries should consist of books, workbooks, and lab supplies that cover a range of subjects and genres. The Intellectual BookShop offers a full line of genre-specific books and materials to keep young intellectuals engaged in learning.



2. Teach Me How To Read (Coming Soon!)

Show Me. Ask Me. Now Let Me. For Grades 3-8.

Teach Me How to Read learning guide book coverLet’s Ensure Complete Mastery of Foundational Skills

With intervention tools, lessons, and curated booklists, young intellectuals work to:

• comprehend alphabet principles

• increase academic vocabulary

• deepen conceptual understanding

• build background knowledge

The Teach Me How to Read learning guide provides an instructional model that ensures every child will learn to read and write proficiently.





3. Teach Me How To Learn (Coming Soon!)

Show Me. Ask Me. Now Let Me. For Grades 3-8.

Teach Me How to Learn 3-8 book cover

Develop Concept-based Mega-Learning Skills for Reading Complex Text

As more mature intellectuals work through the concept-based instructional guide,

Teach Me How to Learn, mega learning components, or organizational, study, abstraction, and communication (OSAC) skills, continue to grow. Independent reading time and text complexity increases at each learning stage or grade level.

Readers access more complex text and connect higher levels of content across a broader range of genre-types. As a result, intellectuals acquire more background knowledge, increase their vocabulary, and deepen their conceptual understanding. Once mega learning components are activated, metacognitive thinking, such as comprehension and text analysis skills, are further enhanced to improve academic performance.


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