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The comprehension questions packs require picture books. Do you have a list of titles or suppliers that you recommend?

Yes, each of the comprehension questions programs requires a set of picture books. Each picture book has a scripted set of questions which have been devised by speech pathologists. As of December 2018 all picture books were in print and available, but due to the nature of publishing it is difficult to predict future availability.

Prior to trying to source the picture books, it is recommended that you purchase the resource first. In the event that you wish to enquire about the availability of the picture books, you can preview the list online by following the steps below:
Step 1: Go to the product you wish to view (links provided below) and hit the 'Preview' button on the book cover.
Step 2: When the book loads, scroll through to page 6 on all books except ages 8-9 where the titles are listed on page 7. This will be the most up to date reference point for the reading books included in the resource. If you have an old version of the resource, find out more about our trade-in options HERE.

Comprehension Questions for 3 Year Olds
Comprehension Questions for 4 Year Olds
Comprehension Questions for 5 Year Olds
Comprehension Questions for 6-7 Year Olds
Comprehension Questions for 8-9 Year Olds

There are a range of sources that will supply the picture books. Two organisations that PLD has had positive dealings with include:
Westbooks 152 Burswood Road, Burswood WA (08) 9361 4211 or general enquiries to
Cathy Stark from LionCrest Education 0422 769 710 or 1800 249 727

A suggested implementation guide for this resources is listed on the following pages in our Whole School Literacy Strategy:
Early Years page 8
Foundation page 13
Year 1 & 2 page 20
Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 page 23

Updated on: 29/04/2020

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