Oxford Reading Tree: Level 1+: Floppy's Phonics: Sounds and Letters: Book 1 by Debbie Hepplewhite, Roderick Hunt


Oxford Reading Tree: Level 1+: Floppy's Phonics: Sounds and Letters: Book 1 by Debbie Hepplewhite, Roderick Hunt

There are 6 books at Level 1+: Book 1 practises 's a t p' Book 2 practises 'i n m d' Book 3 practises 'g o c k' Book 4 practises 'ck e u r' Book 5 practises 'h b f ff' Book 6 practises 'l ll le ss' Each sound is explored through an Oxford Reading Tree scene, first the children should say the sound and trace the letters in the panel, before looking at the key word and picture and saying the sound, there is a list of decodable words for them to read and then they can try to find all words they can that include the focus sound within the picture, some are labelled some are not! Consolidation activities include matching, tracing and reading. There are a total of 42 books in this series from Level 1 to Level 5 (Letters and Sounds Phase 1 to Phase 5)


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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12 pages


Debbie Hepplewhite, Roderick Hunt
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Publication date

6th January 2011



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