Oxford Reading Tree: Level 6: Floppy's Phonics Non-Fiction: the Ragged School by Claire Llewellyn, Monica Hughes, Thelma Page, Roderick Hunt
  

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Oxford Reading Tree: Level 6: Floppy's Phonics Non-Fiction: the Ragged School by Claire Llewellyn, Monica Hughes, Thelma Page, Roderick Hunt

Floppy's Phonics Non-fiction allow children to practise their decoding and literacy skills in the context of exciting non-fiction books, which include a variety of text types and topics, and support from Biff, Chip, Kipper and Floppy. Books contain inside cover notes to support children in their reading. Help with childrens reading development is also available at www.oxfordowl.co.uk. There are 6 Floppy's Phonics Non-fiction titles available at Level 6: Grow a Pumpkin: This book tells you how to grow a pumpkin - and what to do with it when you have grown it! Visit Paris! Is Paris a good place to visit? Read about one family's trip to Paris, and make up your own mind! All About Robin Hood: Was Robin Hood a real person, or was he just a legend? The Ragged School: Find out about school life long ago. look out - the teachers were very strict! Olympic Dreams: Find out about the Olympics - a fantastic festival of sport! Giant Animals: Find out about the world's biggest animals - from giant spiders and moths to elephants and whales!

Reviews

Floppy's Phonics is now a fully comprehensive synthetic phonics teaching programme. Like no other, it delivers the essential resources to teach and practise the alphabetic code in a systematic and engaging way to develop confident and capable readers. Debbie Hepplewhite - Phonics expert and trainer

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Claire Llewellyn, Monica Hughes, Thelma Page, Roderick Hunt
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www.oup.com

Publication date

6th January 2011

ISBN

9780198484912


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