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    Introduce simple preschool spelling skills through fun puzzle play. Each of the 20 puzzles features a colourful illustration and a corresponding three-letter word.
    • Each puzzle features a simple word such as bat, dog or bus.
    • Each fits together in a unique way so there’s only one right answer. This lets young children experiment and self-correct as they play and learn.
    • Each set of 3-Letter Word Puzzle Cards comes in a sturdy reusable box that doubles as a storage container when playtime is done.
    • Puzzles measure 10cm L x 10cm W.
  • These plays have been written by Michael Coleman, Jaqui Farley, Susan Holliday, Ann Ruffell and Elaine Sishton. The first two plays have 4 or 5  scenes and five characters. Further plays have one or two acts, more scenes and the characters increase in number. At the beginning of each play the author sets out a short description of each character and their particular traits.  
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    This photocopiable resource contains ten play scripts suitable for key stage 2 pupils.The chronological reading age varies in each play to accommodate the range of abilities present in the average classroom. A list of these reading ages have been placed next to each character in each of the ten plays in the introduction. In this set of plays the reading levels range from 7 to 9 years. These plays have been written by Michael Coleman, Jaqui Farley, Susan Holliday, Ann Ruffell and Elaine Sishton. The first two plays have 4 or 5  scenes and five characters. Further plays have one or two acts, more scenes and the characters increase in number..
  • This is an exciting  fun-based game for  children to help them learn letters and sounds. It comes in the format of a board game with little creatures to move around the board. Each player has a home base for all their bugs.There are four bugs for each home base in different colours.  
  • Helen Bromley has created some truly tactile alphabet pebbles specially cast from a durable mix of resin and stone- these popular pebbles appeal to children's natural instinct to explore- investigate- sort and collect. Each pebble is engraved with a lowercase letter and can be used as an alternative to letter tiles for older learners.
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    Compound Word Chains-0 Compound Word Chains-0
    This game for 1-4 players is aimed at pupils in Key Stage 1 and involves the learner in trying to make as many words as possible from component parts where the component parts are also words with pictures in their own right. For example a picture of butter is matched with cup and on the reverse of the two words is the word buttercup and an accompanying picture.
  • 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.
  • 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.
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    Early Reading Development and Dyslexia-0 Early Reading Development and Dyslexia-0
    Author: Valerie Muter PhD, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and University of York
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    English Matters 1-0 English Matters 1-0

    English Matters 1

    English Matters 1 aims to improve students' literacy through the use of relevant, highly motivating materials which covers the National Curriculum at Key Stage 3. It ensures essential practiice in reading, writing, speaking and listening.
  • 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.
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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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    Literacy in Action: Football-0 Literacy in Action: Football-0
    This book is subtitled '24 Flexible Lessons for Ages 9 - 11', each of which is structured like a football match.
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    Magnetic Sight Words-0 Magnetic Sight Words-0

    Magnetic Sight Words

    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.
  • The kit contains 135 magnetic tiles and a magnetic board for storage. The reinforced magnetic tri-fold play board folds out to 22" x 11" and is covered n a clear vinyl to make clean up easy. The heavy duty storage case helps prevent loss of pieces. This set includes:
    • Magnetically Receptice Tri-Fold organiser
    • 56 Beginning Word Magnets ( Onsets)
    • 82- Ending word Magnets ( rimes)
    • One reusable Storage case
    The kit also includes ideas on how to use the tiles and various game ideas.
  • More Reading and Thinking is a series designed to meet the needs of pupils who require practice in inference in Key Stages 2 and 3.  The content and aims of the book  is in the same style as the very popular New Reading and Thinking range of books but contains brand new material, is designed in worksheet format and it is photo-copiable. Book 2 each page has a theme and there are two separate situations related to that theme.  The themes should be quite familiar to most pupils. They include Television, Fireworks, Birthday, Sports,  School, Pets and more. Suggested answers are included in the book. However it is advised that learners be given credit for reasoned responses that are different.


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