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  • Readiculous Phonics Year 1 Activities

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    Designed with literacy experts and closely aligned to the school curriculum

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    • 144 printed pages of curriculum-aligned content
    • Teaches another 48 phoneme-grapheme correspondences
    • Divided into five more easy-to-follow levels (continuing from Reception Activities)
    • 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 Year 1 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 another 48 grapheme- phoneme correspondences, including new representations for familiar phonemes and new pronunciations of familiar graphemes
    • Provides letter-writing practice
    • Unique audio support — hear how to pronounce sounds correctly

    Designed for children in Year 1

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

    In Levels 6 and 7, children learn:

    • Vowel digraphs such as ay, ea, and oy.
    • ‘Magic e’, a split digraph in which the presence of the letter e makes the previous vowel longer, as in shake and bite

    In Levels 8 and 9, children learn:

    • New representations of already-learned phonemes
    • New pronunciations for familiar graphemes

    In Level 10, children learn:

    • Graphemes with silent letters such as gn in gnaw and the kn in knight

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    Readiculous Phonics Year 1 Activities

    Readiculous Phonics Year 1 Activities

    Readiculous Phonics Year 1 Activities
    £16.99