Precursive Picture Code Cards by Lyn Wendon

Precursive Picture Code Cards

Written by Lyn Wendon
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Part of the Letterland S. Series


Precursive Picture Code Cards by Lyn Wendon

This is a key resource for transferring Letterland learning to plain letters. It features double-sided cards featuring a-z and all the other phonemes and spelling patterns in the new Letterland Teacher's Guide . Plain letter sides include brief story explanations as well as useful example words. It is an excellent tool for focusing on phonemic awareness, role-play, language development activities and word building, and pre-cursive letter style. Size is 180x165mm/7.1 x6.8 for 85 cards.

About the Author

Lyn Wendon is a reading specialist who devised Letterland as a remedy for reading failure. Working among children with learning difficulties, she found that they needed a style of teaching that not only explained letter behaviour, but also fired their imaginations. The result was Letterland!

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Contains 85 Cards
87 pages


Lyn Wendon
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Letterland International

Publication date

1st September 2007



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