And this one:
This kind of reading is sometimes refered to as environmental print. According to readingrockets.org,
Environmental print is the print of everyday life. It's the name given to the print that appears in signs, labels, and logos. Street signs, candy wrappers, labels on peanut butter and the K in Kmart are other examples of environmental print. For many emergent readers, environmental print helps bridge the connection between letters and first efforts to read.Reading Rockets suggests using environmental print to: find letters in your name, talk about the sounds letters make, and explore capital and lowercase letters. Read more about these ideas here.
If you don't have the Target ad, you can cut words and symbols off products or download pictures from the internet.
Logan was also able to "read" these logos I printed off the internet:
"Children in our classrooms are becoming literate. They are not simply learning the skills of literacy. They are developing personal and social identities- uniquenesses and affiliations that define the people they see themselves becoming."