To Win at Chess, ch

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To Win at Chess
Written by Jill Lauren
Illustrated by Darren McKee
Target Sound: ch, th; -zz, -ll, -ff, -ss; -ck; short ĕ, ŭ, ŏ, ĭ, and ă
Sight Words: is, the, a, and, have, love, so, to, my, of, I, he, be, for, me, was, we, she, are, you, want(s), said, go, see(s), began, give, good, puts, all, by, does, they, there, how, from, saw, which, too, don’t, it’s, let’s 
Overview: To Win at Chess contains words with the ch, th sounds, and the -zz, -ll, -ff, -ss, and -ck endings, such as “check,” “chess,” “then,” and “rocks.” There are also CVC words with the short ĕ, ŭ, ŏ, ĭ, and ă sounds. 
Age: Beginning readers, struggling readers and beyond.
Plot Summary:  Beth, Thad, and Chan play chess. Chan becomes upset when she doesn’t win. Beth and Thad help her learn a better way to think about winning and losing at chess.  
Page Count: 16 pages
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