Oxford Phonics Spelling Dictionary by Roderick Hunt, Debbie Hepplewhite
  

Oxford Phonics Spelling Dictionary

Written by Roderick Hunt, Debbie Hepplewhite
Illustrated by Alex Brychta
Part of the UK bestselling dictionaries Series

7+ readers   

RRP £9.99

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Using the Oxford Reading Tree Floppy's Phonics Sound and Letters Programme and synthetic phonics, the Oxford Phonics Spelling Dictionary helps children become proficient readers and spellers. With 4000 words, ordered by sounds and spellings and linked to the Alphabetic Code Chart and with colourful illustrations by Alex Brychta and the familiar Oxford Reading Tree characters, this is a fun and simple way to prepare for the phonics screening check.

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Oxford Phonics Spelling Dictionary by Roderick Hunt, Debbie Hepplewhite

The brand new Oxford Phonics Spelling Dictionary is an easy home and school reference tool. It supports the teaching of reading and spelling through synthetic phonics. Supported by the Floppy's Phonics Sounds and Letters Programme, it follows the Alphabetic Code Chart showing the sounds and alternative spellings that children will need to learn to become proficient readers and spellers. The words are ordered by initial sound and there are subsections to show how the same sounds appear in the middle or at the end of a word. The long vowel sounds and their alternative spellings appear in a separate section within the dictionary. This unique dictionary makes it easy to explain how 'sun' and 'Cinderella' both start with the 's' sound and how 'dance' has the same 's' sound at the end, while 'egg' and 'eat' start with the same letter but different sounds. With colourful illustrations by Alex Brychta and the familiar Oxford Reading Tree characters, this is a fun way to prepare for the phonics screening check.

There is additional phonics support material and audio on the Oxford Owl website, www.oxfordowl.co.uk.

For more free downloadable word games, puzzles, and activities go online to www.oxforddictionaries.com/schools.

Reviews

An excellent early dictionary for all youngsters...This unique format makes it easy to explain how sounds are used in words and is excellent to use to prepare for the phonics screening check. It's colourful and attractive too - an excellent dictionary. Parents in Touch

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Roderick Hunt, Debbie Hepplewhite
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

3rd January 2013

ISBN

9780192734136

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