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  • Simple Syllable Analysis-0 Simple Syllable Analysis-0
    Syllable Analysis aims to teach pupils to use their eyes to seek out regular patterns in words. This is a structured and cumulative programme of work that will help pupils to practise six basic syllable patterns.
  • Create your own Bingo-0 Create your own Bingo-0
    Write-on/wipe-off create you own bingo game set, reinforces lessons through game play.
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    Rap it Up-0 Rap it Up-0

    Rap it Up

    £15.99 £14.50
    This is an exciting and innovative text for KS2 and KS3 teachers. It is an anthology of rap poems, together with teaching notes, photocopiable activity sheets and suggestions for workshops.
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    Jumpstart Literacy by Pie Corbett-0 Jumpstart Literacy by Pie Corbett-0
    This book is a collection of games and activities to help literacy for ages 7 - 14 yrs.
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    Magnetic Sight Words-0 Magnetic Sight Words-0

    Magnetic Sight Words

    £23.00 £12.50
    This set includes approx 240 sight words and punctuation. They can be used for sentence building activities, phonics, rhyming words, parts of speech, punctuation practice and more.
  • This book of photocopy masters by Gill Nettle provides flexible support material, enabling teachers to select areas in which pupils need more practice and to omit those where pupils are already proficient.
  • Reading for Meaning 2-0 Reading for Meaning 2-0
    This book of photocopy masters by Gill Nettle provides flexible support material, enabling teachers to select areas in which pupils need more practice and to omit those where pupils are already proficient.
  • Reading for Meaning 4-0 Reading for Meaning 4-0
    This book of photocopy masters by Gill Nettle has been written to meet the needs of top juniors or lower secondary pupils who need to extend their literacy skills.
  • This book of photocopy masters by Gill Nettle has been written in reponse to teachers' requests for more materials at the same level as the original Reading for Meaning books 1 - 4. As before, they are intended to meet the need for work at a basic level that will encourage pupils to seek meaning in text, to classify, sequence and extend their language development generally. They are intended to be the focus for pair or group work, with every task providing good opportunities for focussed speaking and listening activities alongside the development of reading skills.
  • More Reading for Meaning 2A-0 More Reading for Meaning 2A-0
    This book of photocopy masters by Gill Nettle has been written in reponse to teachers' requests for more materials at the same level as the original Reading for Meaning books 1 - 3.
  • More Reading for Meaning 3A-0 More Reading for Meaning 3A-0
    This book of photocopy masters by Gill Nettle has been written in reponse to teachers' requests for more materials at the same level as the original Reading for Meaning books 1 - 3.
  • Sight Word Bingo-0 Sight Word Bingo-0
    The pack contains four game cards, binfo markers and a spinner.
  • Word maps -0 Word maps -0

    Word maps

    £18.00
    This book, by Margaret Bevan is a resource which quickly enables educators to access words to fit the rime or spelling pattern being taught.
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    Magnetic Sight Words-0 Magnetic Sight Words-0

    Magnetic Sight Words

    £23.00 £12.50
    This set includes approx 240 sight words and punctuation. They can be used for sentence building activities, phonics, rhyming words, parts of speech, punctuation practice and more.
  • Dyslexia and Reading-0 Dyslexia and Reading-0
    This book, by Jean Robertson, deals with both theoretical and practical considerations of dyslexia and reading. It discusses the developmental model of reading and the role the cerebral hemispheres play in the reading process, the visual and auditory aspects of reading and the development of intervention programs. Subtypes of dyslexia are considered and examples given of pupils assessed and allocated to groups. Two different intervention methods are then discussed. Case studiesare used to illustrate them and this section is followed by a discussion of experimental work from the two studies. The appendices contain material for direct work with pupils.
  • How the Brain Learns to Read-0 How the Brain Learns to Read-0
    This book by David Sousa makes the important connections between reading and brain research accessible for teachers and parents.It also has a practical use in suggesting strategies and programmes for improving reading and comprehension in Key Stages 1 - 4.