Oxford Reading Tree: Level 4: Floppy's Phonics Fiction: The Crab Dragon by Roderick Hunt, Kate Ruttle
  

Oxford Reading Tree: Level 4: Floppy's Phonics Fiction: The Crab Dragon

Written by Roderick Hunt, Kate Ruttle
Illustrated by Mr. Alex Brychta

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Oxford Reading Tree: Level 4: Floppy's Phonics Fiction: The Crab Dragon by Roderick Hunt, Kate Ruttle

Engaging decodable stories fully aligned to Letters and Sounds enable your pupils to practise their phonics skills with their favourite characters. Written by Roderick Hunt MBE and illustrated by Alex Brychta, award-winning creators of the Oxford Reading Tree. Six engaging stories at Level 4 provide focused practice of phonics at Letters and Sounds Phase 4. 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 Fiction titles available at Level 4: Crab Dragon: The children make a Crab Dragon from junk. Will it win the Dragon Drag? No Tricks, Gran! The children see a spook. Is it one of Gran's tricks? The Lost Chimp: When Kipper falls asleep, he dreams that little Imp is lost. Green Planet Kids: Can the Green Planet Kids clear the junk from Toadstool Wood? Painting the Loft: The children paint Gran's loft green, pink and black. Crunch! Gran's car has a crash!

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Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Roderick Hunt, Kate Ruttle
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

6th January 2011

ISBN

9780198485261


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