Oxford Reading Tree: Floppy's Phonics: Sounds and Letters: Flashcards by Debbie Hepplewhite, Roderick Hunt
  

Synopsis

Oxford Reading Tree: Floppy's Phonics: Sounds and Letters: Flashcards by Debbie Hepplewhite, Roderick Hunt

Teach new letter-sound correspondences and revise previously taught sound and graphemes with these large format flashcards. They feature a key mnemonic picture and word for each grapheme which are used throughout the programme. They include a list of decodable words on the back of the card to model blending and segmenting. The grapheme on each card has finger-tracing lines to support the correct writing of letter shapes.

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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

Cards
72 pages

Author

Debbie Hepplewhite, Roderick Hunt
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

4th April 2011

ISBN

9780198486138


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