I See Sam Readers
The I See Sam readers were published by Ginn and Company in1972. They were developed by the Southwest Regional Laboratory for EducationalDevelopment and Research or SWRL. This was a federally funded research programin beginning reading and as such the books are in the public domain.
Our goal is to get all the readers online for home andclassroom use. The readers are being reformatted and in some cases the pagesand drawings will be altered or the order changed to fit our printable bookletformat. The I See Sam readers will be posted as they are finished. Thesereaders are designed to be read in order. There are 52 readers in the originalprogram.
Website, original drawings, coloring pages and worksheetscopyright 2012, Billie Garcia. All readers and worksheets may be printed and distributed for home and classroomuse.
Noggin download free. I See Sam pictures and readers, originally the SWRL readers, are inthe public domain. The I See Sampictures and readers have been retouched, reformatted and in some cases altered from the originals.
Fun Phonics Readers is a series of graded children’s phonics readers written as. Companion readers for the popular Finding Out series of children’s English texts written by David Paul. Contents: Every story complements the phonics, vocabulary and language structures of the respective unit from the respective Finding Out text. Page 12: Who is reading about lions now? Book 1: I See Sam In 1972, the federally funded Southwest Regional Laboratory for Educational Development & Research and Ginn and Company published The Sam Books of early readers as part of a Beginning Reading Program. Because it was federally funded.I recently discovered I See Sam Books. The books were published through a federally funded program in 1972 and made available in the public domain in 1977.