WordBlaze Pupil Book 1 by Alix Anson, Elizabeth McPhail, Victoria Bass
  

WordBlaze Pupil Book 1

Written by Alix Anson, Elizabeth McPhail, Victoria Bass
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Part of the Word Blaze Series

Synopsis

WordBlaze Pupil Book 1 by Alix Anson, Elizabeth McPhail, Victoria Bass

Exam Board: Non-SpecificLevel: KS2Subject: ReadingFirst Teaching: September 2015First Exam: June 2017WordBlaze is a reading and spelling intervention programme for Key Stage 2. The WordBlaze programme is designed to be used over a two year period. The WordBlaze programme features six pupil challenge booklets that each contain enough material for one term, if focusing on teaching one letter pattern per week. Row the Atlantic is the first booklet in the WordBlaze programme and covers the following rules and letter patterns:Long and Short Vowels/syllables, Evil e (1), Evil e (2), Evil Endings, Doubling, Flossy Zack, tch, ar, er, or, wa, war, wor, -leOther Challenge booklets in this programme include Booklet 2 - Paddle the Amazon, Booklet 3 - Cycle Africa, Booklet 4 - Ski the South Pole, Booklet 5 - Run Australia and Booklet 6 - Conquer Everest

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Alix Anson, Elizabeth McPhail, Victoria Bass
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Publisher

Rising Stars UK Ltd

Publication date

9th January 2015

ISBN

9781783393343


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