My Reading Record for Key Stage 1 by Catherine Baker
  

My Reading Record for Key Stage 1

Written by Catherine Baker
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Synopsis

My Reading Record for Key Stage 1 by Catherine Baker

The Schofield & Sims reading record books boost children's pride in their reading skills and help schools to ensure effective home-school communication. They all contain reading vocabulary checklists and structured fill in pages asking parents to note specific points concerning the child's reading at home. Other pages are completed by the teacher and give parents information specific to the child. The inclusive language and the infant typeface used in My reading record for Key Stage 1 will help children to participate as parents and other helpers complete the book with them. The record pages allow ample space for children to place a sticker or a smiley face beside the adult's entry in the record - so that they feel involved and can make the book their own. General notes explain the importance of reading at home, briefly explain the book banding system and outline the priorities for children's reading at Key Stage 1.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Catherine Baker
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Publisher

Schofield & Sims Ltd

Publication date

31st January 2007

ISBN

9780721711188


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