Learn to Read at Home with Phonics Bug: Pack 5 (Pack of 4 Reading Books with 3 Fiction and 1 Non-Fiction) by Emma Lynch, Alison Hawes, Paul Shipton
  

Learn to Read at Home with Phonics Bug: Pack 5 (Pack of 4 Reading Books with 3 Fiction and 1 Non-Fiction)

Written by Emma Lynch, Alison Hawes, Paul Shipton
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Part of the Phonics Bug Series

RRP £7.25

Synopsis

Learn to Read at Home with Phonics Bug: Pack 5 (Pack of 4 Reading Books with 3 Fiction and 1 Non-Fiction) by Emma Lynch, Alison Hawes, Paul Shipton

Phonics Bug is a pretty special Phonics programme that gives children a firm, fun foundation in phonics. It uses research-based teaching methods so it's proven to work, and it joins 100% decodable books with CBeebies videos and an online reading world, so it's the ideal way to get today's little readers started on their journey to reading success. Phonics Bug books are ideal for use at home too, and are a great way to help your child take their first steps towards 'cracking the code' which will enable them to learn to read and spell. Helpful notes on the inside front cover of each book highlight tricky words and give you ideas for before and during reading, and the inside back covers include ideas for delving deeper after reading to check understanding. Phonics Bug Pack 5 is great for encouraging your Foundation Stage early readers. It contains 3 fiction and 1 non-fiction Phase 3 books -- Panther and Frog; Eeek! A Bug; My Cushion; Brown Fox Tricks Stork; and A Letter from Dorset -- which are perfect for reading before stepping across to the Bug Club Red Level Pack. This pack covers the sounds ar, or, ur, ow, oi, ear, air, uer, er. Panther and Frog: Panther tries to scare Frog, but Frog has a plan to get the better of him! Eeek! A Bug: A cheeky bug disturbs a hamster, a cat and a dog -- and a great chase ensues! Brown Fox Tricks Stork: Brown Fox plays a trick on Stork by serving dinner on flat plates that Stork cannot eat from. But Stork gets her revenge...A Letter from Dorset: Lara is on holiday in Dorset. She writes to her Gran about what she does and how her little brother Bert is afraid of everything!

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Format

Paperback
Contains 4 Paperbacks

Author

Emma Lynch, Alison Hawes, Paul Shipton
More books by Emma Lynch, Alison Hawes, Paul Shipton

Publisher

Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

30th November 2010

ISBN

9781408278703


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