Project X: Phonics: Red 8b Things That Go by Emma Lynch
  

Project X: Phonics: Red 8b Things That Go

Written by Emma Lynch
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Project X: Phonics: Red 8b Things That Go by Emma Lynch

These books are ideal for early readers to help broaden their vocabulary and give them confidence with sounds and words as they learn to read. Introduce and practise new sounds and tricky words in the five Exploring Letters books. Then read the accompanying fiction and non-fiction titles for each book. Read five exciting, action-packed micro-adventures featuring the familiar Project X characters, Max, Cat, Ant and Tiger. Find out about Max's birthday surprise in The Red Box and what happens to Cat and Ant when they build a spaceship in The Rocket. Play hide and seek in Shhh! Explore Tiger's dad's old toy castle in The Fort and discover the secrets of a rock pool in The Starfish. Also explore a variety of subjects with our fun, phonic non-fiction titles: The Fox, A Quick Quiz, Things that Go, Into the Deep and Football Skills. Each book is designed for adults to read to children with appropriate text for children to read, plus there are lots of ideas for talk and other activities to make the learning fun.

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Format

Paperback
12 pages

Author

Emma Lynch
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

1st September 2010

ISBN

9780198479994


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