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  • Reading rulers-555 Reading rulers-555
    This pack contains ten different colour rulers with a plain window. and a tracking line at 1 cm.
  • Soundtooning-0 Soundtooning-0
    This pack of games is hands on and self correcting. It develops phonological skills, increases vocabulary and the appreciation of compound words. Put together a pan and a cake. What do you get when you turn the cards over, a pancake? Young learners cleverly discover new words. This pack contains 40 photorealistic puzzle pieces, 20 word cards, 60-word vocabulary list, 4 fun ways to play and an easy to follow rule sheet
  • Reading Comprehension Book 2-0 Reading Comprehension Book 2-0
    This is the second book in the series Reading Comprehension Jo Browning Wroe and David Lambert have created a variety of texts from fiction, poetry and dialogue to letters recipes and newspaper articles in this invaluable workbook to encourage and stimulate good comprehension for all pupils. Each text is accompanied by a set of multiple choice questions designed to practice and reinforcement of the main skill as well as an open ended activity requiring either an imaginative or reflective response or independent research.
  • Reading Comprehension Book 3-0 Reading Comprehension Book 3-0
    This is the third book in the series Reading Comprehension Jo Browning Wroe and David Lambert have created a variety of texts from fiction, poetry and dialogue to letters recipes and newspaper articles in this invaluable workbook to encourage and stimulate good comprehension for all pupils. Each text is accompanied by a set of multiple choice questions designed to practice and reinforcement of the main skill as well as an open ended activity requiring either an imaginative or reflective response or independent research.
  • Reading Comprehension Book 4-0 Reading Comprehension Book 4-0
    This is the fourth book in the series Reading Comprehension Jo Browning Wroe and David Lambert have created a variety of texts from fiction, poetry and dialogue to letters recipes and newspaper articles in this invaluable workbook to encourage and stimulate good comprehension for all pupils. Each text is accompanied by a set of multiple choice questions designed to practice and reinforcement of the main skill as well as an open ended activity requiring either an imaginative or reflective response or independent research.
  • Lightning Reads Book 2-0 Lightning Reads Book 2-0
    This collection of high interest stories by Jacqui Farley Margaret Jude and Joe Browning Wroe is designed to provide those children with a reading age of eight to twelve years with a rewarding experience. The gripping stories in 'Lightning Reads 2' are written by experienced authors who know how to draw the reluctant reader into a story.
  • Reading and Learning Difficulties-0 Reading and Learning Difficulties-0
    All teachers recognise how crucial it is to develop good reading skills. This book will help teachers understand how pupils learn and will help them to meet those pupils' different needs through appropriate intervention.
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    This book by Duncan Milne explores the human brain to address the following questions- How does the brain learn to read? What are the best techniques to teach the reading brain? Why do some brains have problems learning to read?  
  • This first alphabet rhyming dictionary for young children starting school has been created by John Foster. It is simple, clear and  each entry includes words that rhyme, rhyming sounds and rhyming families plus raps, rhymes, poems and colour pictures. All the key phonic sounds are included to build first writing, spelling and rhyming skills in the classroom and at home.
  • This one-to-one teaching manual by Harry and Marie Cowling can be used on the kitchen table or the school desk. It deals with the fundamental structures and conventions that operate within our language. It promotes what a word means alongside how to read and spell it. Its main functions is to develop a linguistic frame for all students from age five to seventy five, helping them to understand  the order and structure that rule the English  language. It can thereore also be useful  for learners of English as a second language.
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    These multi-sensory  soft cubes can be use to play games with the letters and sounds introduced in phase three of  the 'Letters and Sounds' programme in schools. They are useful for promoting automatic recall of letter patterns. This particular set contains 36 letter combinations covering the trickier sounds. They can be used in many ways:
    • Matching the letter or grapheme to a picture
    • Making word with plastic letters that contain the grapheme rolled
    • Listening to aural cues to match the grapheme  rolled
    • Highlighting the grapheme they have rolled within a simple text.
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    This pack of foam magnetic letters can be used with a magnetic board  (not supplied) to encourage children to make their own words. This set contains all the sounds covered in phase three of the 'Letters and Sounds' programme in school,
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    This foam magnetic letters pack can be used with a magnetic board ( not supplied) to encourage children to make their own words. This set, for phase two of the 'Letters and Sounds' programme in school, can be used to help children segment and blend sounds into simple words. Once made they can practise writing their words on the board thus involving their motor memory for the words they have created.
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    This is one of the books in the 'Helping Hands' series. This series of books focuses on the different ways that teaching assistants can effectively enhance their pupils' literacy skills. This book, written byAngela Wilson and Julie Scanlon, focuses on enhancing the reading skills of pupils. It contains information on how reading skills can be developed. It offers advice and guidance on a variety of learning styles and includes a breakdown of reading principles. This book is packed with practical activities an ideas for supporting reading.
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    This set of 12 readers plus a Rhyming dictionary covers the first 4 levels of learning to read. It consists of three story books from levels one to four of the phonics programme, giving  practice in sound blending, word building, word and sentence reading and more extended stories. This is a cumulative approach to applying phonics to reading from the beginning of learning to read.    
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    This book by Jane Oakhill, Kate Cain and Carsten Elbro, presents an overview of recent findings on reading comprehension development and comprehension problems in children. It provides a detailed examination of the development of key skills that contribute to comprehension and the characteristics of children who have reading comprehension difficulties. It examines ways in which comprehension can be supported and improved. It is accessibly written for students and professionals with no previous background in the psychology of reading or reading problems.