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  • Readiculous Phonics Reception Activities

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    Designed with literacy experts and closely aligned to the school curriculum

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    • 146 printed pages of curriculum-aligned content
    • Features 50 phoneme-grapheme correspondences including digraphs and trigraphs
    • Divided into five easy-to-follow levels
    • Provides letter-writing practice
    • Unforgettable characters and illustrations keep kids engaged for hours
    • Proven methods to increase retention so kids make fewer mistakes
    • Unique audio support — hear how to pronounce sounds correctly
    • Pages formatted for bite-sized learning

    “Developing phonic knowledge is crucial to pave the way for early reading and writing. This fun book complements the Reception curriculum and includes helpful guidance for parents and children on the (sometimes daunting) journey of learning to read.”

    Emma Madden, Headteacher at Fox Primary School

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    Learning to read, made ridiculously fun!

    Mrs Wordsmith’s Readiculous Phonics programme was designed with literacy experts and is closely aligned to the school curriculum.

    Loved by parents, teachers, and kids

    • Easy to follow with clear and simple instructions — you don’t need to be an expert!
    • Closely aligned to the National Curriculum Letters and Sounds programme
    • Teaches the first representation for each of the 44 phonemes, using 50 phoneme-grapheme correspondences including digraphs and trigraphs
    • Provides letter-writing practice
    • Unique audio support — hear how to pronounce sounds correctly

    Designed for children in Reception

    Divided into five easy-to-follow levels that follow the National Curriculum Letters and Sounds programme.

    In Levels 1 and 2, children learn:

    • 13 phoneme-grapheme correspondences
    • How to decode (read) three-letter words using the letters that they have already learned

    In Levels 3 and 4, children learn:

    • Consonant digraphs that make one sound, such as ff, ll, ch, th and sh
    • More CVC words
    • CCVC words such as flush and swing, and CVCC words such as lift and jump

    In Level 5, children learn:

    • Vowel digraphs consist of two letters but correspond to one sound, such as ai, ea, ee
    • Vowel-consonant trigraphs that consist of three letters, such as igh in light
    • More complex words, like CVVC, CCVCC, and CCVVCC words

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    Readiculous Phonics Reception Activities

    Readiculous Phonics Reception Activities

    Readiculous Phonics Reception Activities
    £16.99