Phonics by Louisa Somerville
  

Synopsis

Phonics by Louisa Somerville

This book includes 60 gold star stickers - and 30 illustrated stickers for added fun and value. You can get a head start on classroom skills. It includes over 30 activities make phonics fun and easy - see three sleepy sheep eating green cheese, and meet a goose on a roof hooting at the moon, too With reusable stickers to put on every page, it includes progress tests and charts to track improvement and build ability. Teachers may photocopy pages for school use. This beautifully illustrated book is designed to teach essential skills in phonics, with fun-to-do activities and projects. It helps you to say and write ai as in sail, oa as in soap, ee as in feet, and use them in sentences. It offers gold stars and reward badges that provide encouragement every step of the way.

About the Author

Louisa Somerville used to be a primary school teacher, but now has been writing books for children for many years, on a wide range of subjects from activity books and bedtime stories. David Smith has extensive experience as a headteacher and Educational Consultant, and has worked widely with various bodies supporting school improvement and pupil attainment.

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36 pages
Interest Age: 4-5

Author

Louisa Somerville
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Publisher

Armadillo Books an imprint of Anness Publishing

Publication date

30th November 2015

ISBN

9781861476821


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