Learn Double Blend Phonic Letter Sounds (as in ch, sh, th, oo, ee) (Learn To Read With Phonics Pack)

Learn Double Blend Phonic Letter Sounds (as in ch, sh, th, oo, ee) (Learn To Read With Phonics Pack)

Learn Double Blend Phonic Letter Sounds (as in ch, sh, th, oo and ee) Learn To Read With Phonics Reading Packs are a quick and easy way to teach children to read in just six months. They are ideal for all ages (from 4 years plus), especially reluctant older readers of 7, 8, 9+, children with learning difficulties and children where English is a foreign language. The packs are designed to be used one to one or in small groups with a teacher and child or parent/guardian and child learning together. The packs consist of a structured course that build 44 phonic sounds into the text. As the children read the adventures of a loveable boy called Sam, they can have fun searching for hidden sounds. They will build up 44 sounds in total. This will enable them to read 80% of words in the English language, by breaking them down into sounds or syllables - pl ay ing. Children using phonics in this way progress fast. A series of stories, The Bouncing Castle and The Famous Cousin From The Country reinforce the complex middle sounds being learnt. By the end of the scheme, the child will be ready to progress to 'solo' reading books, such as Roald Dahl's 'Georges Marvellous Medicine' and 'Fantastic Mr Fox'. Many of the packs have cut out practice pages for matching words to pictures and phrases to pictures, to fix the sound words in the child's memory. The simple text and fun colour in sketches, appeal to young readers and have helped the authors to teach many, many children to read. The reading packs may be used in any order, just pick the pack for the sound you require. However, when using the packs for a complete non reader we suggest you start with packs teaching initial sounds (word building with three or four letter words). Then move on to learning phonic sounds in this order: ch, sh, wh, th, oo, ee, ar, or, ur, ir, er, magic e, ea, oa, ai, ay, oi, oy, oa, short y (as in happy), long y (as in sky), soft c (as in mice), soft g (as in engine), ou, ow, au and aw. Next, move onto more complex sounds as in, tion, le, el, ough, gue, que, ine, ue, ie, ei, prefixes and suffixes. How To Use Each pack introduces a sound. 1) Learn the sound with the child/children 2) Read the sentences or stories several times, encouraging the child/children to talk about the pictures. 3) At the end of the sentences or story, there is a list of words and phrases, which the child can match to the pictures. 4) Get the child/children to colour in the pictures. Practise each sound several times, until the child is familiar with it.
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Learn The Phonic Sounds oi and oy (as in enjoy and spoilt) Learn To Read With Phonics Pack)

Learn The Phonic Sounds oi and oy (as in enjoy and spoilt) Learn To Read With Phonics Pack)

Learn The Phonic Sounds oi and oy (as in enjoy and spoilt) Learn To Read With Phonics Reading Packs are a quick and easy way to teach children to read in just six months. They are ideal for all ages (from 4 years plus), especially reluctant older readers of 7, 8, 9+, children with learning difficulties and children where English is a foreign language. The packs are designed to be used one to one or in small groups with a teacher and child or parent/guardian and child learning together. The packs consist of a structured course that build 44 phonic sounds into the text. As the children read the adventures of a loveable boy called Sam, they can have fun searching for hidden sounds. They will build up 44 sounds in total. This will enable them to read 80% of words in the English language, by breaking them down into sounds or syllables - pl ay ing. Children using phonics in this way progress fast. A series of stories, The Bouncing Castle and The Famous Cousin From The Country reinforce the complex middle sounds being learnt. By the end of the scheme, the child will be ready to progress to 'solo' reading books, such as Roald Dahl's 'Georges Marvellous Medicine' and 'Fantastic Mr Fox'. Many of the packs have cut out practice pages for matching words to pictures and phrases to pictures, to fix the sound words in the child's memory. The simple text and fun colour in sketches, appeal to young readers and have helped the authors to teach many, many children to read. The reading packs may be used in any order, just pick the pack for the sound you require. However, when using the packs for a complete non reader we suggest you start with packs teaching initial sounds (word building with three or four letter words). Then move on to learning phonic sounds in this order: ch, sh, wh, th, oo, ee, ar, or, ur, ir, er, magic e, ea, oa, ai, ay, oi, oy, oa, short y (as in happy), long y (as in sky), soft c (as in mice), soft g (as in engine), ou, ow, au and aw. Next, move onto more complex sounds as in, tion, le, el, ough, gue, que, ine, ue, ie, ei, prefixes and suffixes. How To Use Each pack introduces a sound. 1) Learn the sound with the child/children 2) Read the sentences or stories several times, encouraging the child/children to talk about the pictures. 3) At the end of the sentences or story, there is a list of words and phrases, which the child can match to the pictures. 4) Get the child/children to colour in the pictures. Practise each sound several times, until the child is familiar with it.
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Preparing To Write A Balanced Argument (Persuasive Writing & Argument Work Pack) (9-14 years)

Preparing To Write A Balanced Argument (Persuasive Writing & Argument Work Pack) (9-14 years)

Preparing To Write A Balanced Argument Persuasive Writing & Argument Theme Work Packs save preparation time when planning writing tasks for 9-14 year olds. Easy to follow, each pack provides specimen planning sheets and essays in non fiction writing topics. The model essays contain information that will give children starting points to develop their own ideas. Children will learn fundamental skills in non fiction writing. Persuasive Writing & Argument Theme Work Packs teach children how to write from different points of view and how opinions can be used to make articles biased. Children will learn the basic principles of discursive writing, including how to set out an argument. They will learn different forms of writing - for example, articles, letters, leaflets, brochures and holiday brochures. They will become familiar with using literary or stylistic techniques, such as, repetition, similes, metaphors and groups of three, to make their writing persuasive.
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Assessment Test 1 (Improve Your English Work Pack) 9-14 years

Assessment Test 1 (Improve Your English Work Pack) 9-14 years

Assessment Test 1 Improve Your English Work Packs teach the child good English. They help improve the child's punctuation, spelling and grammar skills. There are a wide range of packs to choose from, providing practice in sentence writing, use of connectives and parts of speech. The child will also be introduced to literary techniques - similes, metaphors and other stylistic devices. The format of each pack is so simple. The pages are quick and easy to work through, so the child will learn fast and remember skills taught easily. Each pack includes a lesson plan, with structured exercises, including answer pages. Improve Your English Work Packs save hours of time when preparing lessons or homework tasks. Included in this series, there are eight structured assessment tests, to test vocabulary, capital letters, punctuation, spelling and use of English language with answers.
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A Quick Look At The Basics Of English Spelling & Punctuation (English As A Foreign Langauge Pack) 8+

A Quick Look At The Basics Of English Spelling & Punctuation (English As A Foreign Langauge Pack) 8+

A Quick Look At The Basics Of English Spelling & Punctuation 'Improve Your English As A Foreign Language' Work Packs save hours of time when preparing lessons for students where English is a second language . The packs are suitable for intermediary speakers of English, who want to improve their written English. Each work pack uses our humorous comic character 'the alien Zoggy' to guide the student. They provide a fun light hearted approach to learning English (suitable for young learners of 8 years plus through to adult). The work packs help the student: To learn idioms and colloquial phrases used by fluent English speakers (which often catch the foreign speaker out) To use the right preposition after the verb To set out and write formal letters in English To expand their vocabulary for speaking and writing, by replacing boring words with more interesting words To improve their skills in English grammar Each pack includes tuition pages and follow up exercises to practice the skills learnt. By the time the student has worked through each pack, their command of English will be at a much higher standard.
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The Cupcake:  Brush Up On Your Writing Skills (Creative Writing Tutor) (ages 9-13 years)

The Cupcake: Brush Up On Your Writing Skills (Creative Writing Tutor) (ages 9-13 years)

An essential series of mini themed booklets for all children who need additional practice in writing. The Creative Writing Tutor scheme provides a lively series of themed booklets that will stimulate your child's imagination and inspire him or her to write in a more interesting way and to achieve better results. The booklets provide a tutor for the child, fun features and stories to read, follow up activities to complete, harder vocabulary to prepare children for more advanced writing and many helpful tips and techniques to improve writing style. Written by an experienced teacher, they are recommended for use at school or at home by children aged 9-13 years, of all abilities. They are excellent for stretching fast workers and able writers or preparing for writing tasks in 11+ examinations. 26 pages long.
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Prompts For Writing A Persuasive Leaflet (GCSE 2017 Exam English Writing Work Pack)

Prompts For Writing A Persuasive Leaflet (GCSE 2017 Exam English Writing Work Pack)

Prompts For Writing A Persuasive Leaflet (GCSE 2017 Exam English Writing Work Pack) This pack includes four prompts for GCSE creative writing. The form is to produce a leaflet. The purpose is to inform and persuade. The intended audience is parents or people looking for self catering holiday accommodation. There are four examples included, plus two pages on how the student should structure their work and the use of literary techniques These work packs provide essential creative writing practice for the new 2017/2018 GCSE English exam. They will help GCSE students prepare for their exam, whether they are students in years 9, 10 or 11. The packs provide practise in different forms of writing, for example, articles, blogs and letters. These resources help students to write in a tone appropriate to purpose and audience. They instruct the student how to write from different perspectives or viewpoints and present a balanced argument. As well as, using appropriate tone and language. For example, learning to use: formal or informal register, language devices like rhetoric and groups of three and punctuation, such as variation of sentences for effect.
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Pack 24. Use The Sentence Maker To Make Sentences With 3, 4 And 5 Letter Words (Pre Reader Work...)

Pack 24. Use The Sentence Maker To Make Sentences With 3, 4 And 5 Letter Words (Pre Reader Work...)

Pack 24. Use The Sentence Maker To Make Sentences With 3, 4 And 5 Letter Words (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + At Guinea Pig Education we believe children do not need to spend years learning reading skills; this innovative new scheme teaches children to read in just six months to a year. A non reader should start with our pre reading material. The Pre reader work packs use phonics or the sounds in words. The child can learn a series of phonic sounds, which give him or her a 'tool' to work out nearly 80% of words in the English language. The other 20% of words will be learnt by looking and saying the words. In these packs, the child (or group of children) will be taught to recognise initial sounds as in 'b', 'd' and vowel sounds as in 'a' - c...a...t. They will practise running sounds together to make words. The sentence maker will help him or her to organise the words into sentences. The packs are easy to use with clear instructions, for the adult to use with a child (or group of children). They are not glossy in full colour. They are for real kids to cut up and colour in. The structured material encourages the child to practise word building and sentence making using phonic sounds. To make learning a really fun experience, the material contains word games, like snap and bingo. The child (children) can move on when the adult is confident the sounds have been learnt. Learn To Read With Phonics Pre Reader packs are designed to start children reading who have not done any reading before. They are a starting point for learning to read with phonics. Children can start at three or four, if they are ready to concentrate. The Pre Reader packs introduce the 26 sounds of the alphabet, the skills of sounding out words with phonics and blending phonic sounds to make three and four letter words. The child (children) should practise the material each day and move on only when the child is familiar with the material. The course is structured. Each new sound builds on the one that went before. Tell the child (children) to personalise the drawings, adding to them, using their own ideas. Colour in the pictures. Play the games. Repeat the exercises many times until they know the words. They should have fun learning to read.
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Prompts For Writing A Persuasive Newspaper Article (GCSE 2017 Exam English Writing Work Pack)

Prompts For Writing A Persuasive Newspaper Article (GCSE 2017 Exam English Writing Work Pack)

Prompts For Writing A Persuasive Newspaper Article (GCSE 2017 Exam English Writing Work Pack) This resource includes three prompts, including two informal newspaper reports, to inform and persuade. The student should read them and then write their own version. There is a page on newspaper language and the use of direct and indirect speech, including facts and opinions. After this, there is a 'letter to the editor' to complete. These work packs provide essential creative writing practice for the new 2017/2018 GCSE English exam. They will help GCSE students prepare for their exam, whether they are students in years 9, 10 or 11. The packs provide practise in different forms of writing, for example, articles, blogs and letters. These resources help students to write in a tone appropriate to purpose and audience. They instruct the student how to write from different perspectives or viewpoints and present a balanced argument. As well as, using appropriate tone and language. For example, learning to use: formal or informal register, language devices like rhetoric and groups of three and punctuation, such as variation of sentences for effect.
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Prompts For Writing To Appeal To The Reader (GCSE 2017 English Writing Work Pack)

Prompts For Writing To Appeal To The Reader (GCSE 2017 English Writing Work Pack)

Prompts For Writing To Appeal To The Reader (GCSE 2017 English Writing Work Pack) In this resource the student is asked to write an informal blog, email or letter to appeal for money or help. The purpose of their writing is to persuade. Their audience is people who can give money and young people/teenagers to join in a charity walk or give their time to help in a day centre. In this pack the student will learn how to structure their work into paragraphs and use language techniques i.e. rhetoric and the pronoun 'we' to identify with the reader. This resource also includes a letter persuading Alan Sweetener to give them a top job in his company. These work packs provide essential creative writing practice for the new 2017/2018 GCSE English exam. They will help GCSE students prepare for their exam, whether they are students in years 9, 10 or 11. The packs provide practise in different forms of writing, for example, articles, blogs and letters. These resources help students to write in a tone appropriate to purpose and audience. They instruct the student how to write from different perspectives or viewpoints and present a balanced argument. As well as, using appropriate tone and language. For example, learning to use: formal or informal register, language devices like rhetoric and groups of three and punctuation, such as variation of sentences for effect.
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Prompts For Writing A Persuasive Argument In A Letter (GCSE 2017 Exam English Writing Work Pack)

Prompts For Writing A Persuasive Argument In A Letter (GCSE 2017 Exam English Writing Work Pack)

Prompts For Writing A Persuasive Argument In A Letter (GCSE 2017 Exam English Writing Work Pack) In this pack, the student is required to write in the form of an email, blog or letter, arguing on the subjects of - river pollution in a country park, protesting about a new proposed housing development and arguing against demolishing the local swimming pool. The student's purpose is to write a persuasive argument. Their audience is the editor of a formal broadsheet newspaper or the council. In this resource, they will learn how to structure an argument into paragraphs and how to use language techniques. After working their way through this pack, the student can practise writing their own arguments on environmental issues. These work packs provide essential creative writing practice for the new 2017/2018 GCSE English exam. They will help GCSE students prepare for their exam, whether they are students in years 9, 10 or 11. The packs provide practise in different forms of writing, for example, articles, blogs and letters. These resources help students to write in a tone appropriate to purpose and audience. They instruct the student how to write from different perspectives or viewpoints and present a balanced argument. As well as, using appropriate tone and language. For example, learning to use: formal or informal register, language devices like rhetoric and groups of three and punctuation, such as variation of sentences for effect.
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Pre Reader Work Pack (Bundle 1)

Pre Reader Work Pack (Bundle 1)

This bundle contains packs 1, 2 and 3 of the pre reader work pack series. How To Use The Pre Reader Work Packs At Guinea Pig Education we believe children do not need to spend years learning reading skills; this innovative new scheme teaches children to read in just six months to a year. A non reader should start with our pre reading material. The Pre reader work packs use phonics or the sounds in words. The child can learn a series of phonic sounds, which give him or her a 'tool' to work out nearly 80% of words in the English language. The other 20% of words will be learnt by looking and saying the words. In these packs, the child (or group of children) will be taught to recognise initial sounds as in 'b', 'd' and vowel sounds as in 'a' - c...a...t. They will practise running sounds together to make words. The sentence maker will help him or her to organise the words into sentences. The packs are easy to use with clear instructions, for the adult to use with a child (or group of children). They are not glossy in full colour. They are for real kids to cut up and colour in. The structured material encourages the child to practise word building and sentence making using phonic sounds. To make learning a really fun experience, the material contains word games, like snap and bingo. The child (children) can move on when the adult is confident the sounds have been learnt. Learn To Read With Phonics Pre Reader packs are designed to start children reading who have not done any reading before. They are a starting point for learning to read with phonics. Children can start at three or four, if they are ready to concentrate. The Pre Reader packs introduce the 26 sounds of the alphabet, the skills of sounding out words with phonics and blending phonic sounds to make three and four letter words. The child (children) should practise the material each day and move on only when the child is familiar with the material. The course is structured. Each new sound builds on the one that went before. Tell the child (children) to personalise the drawings, adding to them, using their own ideas. Colour in the pictures. Play the games. Repeat the exercises many times until they know the words. They should have fun learning to read. Play A Matching Game To Learn 26 Initial Consonant Sounds (Pre reader work pack) 3 years + 1. In this pack the child will play a matching game to learn the 26 initial consonant sounds. Next, they will learn vowel sounds - as in three letter words 'cat', 'got' and 'sun'. They will learn look and say words. 2. Learn The Initial Phonic Sounds 'c, a, t, o' (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Act like a cat Tot in a cot 3. Learn The Initial Phonic Sounds ' d, g, f, x (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Tag the dog Fat fox in the fog
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Pre Reader Work Pack (Bundle 3)

Pre Reader Work Pack (Bundle 3)

This bundle contains packs 7, 8 and 9 of the pre reader work pack series. How To Use The Pre Reader Work Packs At Guinea Pig Education we believe children do not need to spend years learning reading skills; this innovative new scheme teaches children to read in just six months to a year. A non reader should start with our pre reading material. The Pre reader work packs use phonics or the sounds in words. The child can learn a series of phonic sounds, which give him or her a 'tool' to work out nearly 80% of words in the English language. The other 20% of words will be learnt by looking and saying the words. In these packs, the child (or group of children) will be taught to recognise initial sounds as in 'b', 'd' and vowel sounds as in 'a' - c...a...t. They will practise running sounds together to make words. The sentence maker will help him or her to organise the words into sentences. The packs are easy to use with clear instructions, for the adult to use with a child (or group of children). They are not glossy in full colour. They are for real kids to cut up and colour in. The structured material encourages the child to practise word building and sentence making using phonic sounds. To make learning a really fun experience, the material contains word games, like snap and bingo. The child (children) can move on when the adult is confident the sounds have been learnt. Learn To Read With Phonics Pre Reader packs are designed to start children reading who have not done any reading before. They are a starting point for learning to read with phonics. Children can start at three or four, if they are ready to concentrate. The Pre Reader packs introduce the 26 sounds of the alphabet, the skills of sounding out words with phonics and blending phonic sounds to make three and four letter words. The child (children) should practise the material each day and move on only when the child is familiar with the material. The course is structured. Each new sound builds on the one that went before. Tell the child (children) to personalise the drawings, adding to them, using their own ideas. Colour in the pictures. Play the games. Repeat the exercises many times until they know the words. They should have fun learning to read. 7. Learn The Initial Phonic Sounds 'j, y, z, qu, l' (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Yum, yum, Sam likes a pot of jam. Quinn quits the quiz. 8. Play Word Picture Bingo To Learn 3 Letter Words (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Play word picture bingo to learn three letter words, using phonic sounds, as in: cat, fun, bed, dog, pin 9 Make A Sound Book To Reinforce The Sound 'at' (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years +
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Pre Reader Work Pack (Bundle 5)

Pre Reader Work Pack (Bundle 5)

This bundle contains packs 13, 14 and 15 of the pre reader work pack series. How To Use The Pre Reader Work Packs At Guinea Pig Education we believe children do not need to spend years learning reading skills; this innovative new scheme teaches children to read in just six months to a year. A non reader should start with our pre reading material. The Pre reader work packs use phonics or the sounds in words. The child can learn a series of phonic sounds, which give him or her a 'tool' to work out nearly 80% of words in the English language. The other 20% of words will be learnt by looking and saying the words. In these packs, the child (or group of children) will be taught to recognise initial sounds as in 'b', 'd' and vowel sounds as in 'a' - c...a...t. They will practise running sounds together to make words. The sentence maker will help him or her to organise the words into sentences. The packs are easy to use with clear instructions, for the adult to use with a child (or group of children). They are not glossy in full colour. They are for real kids to cut up and colour in. The structured material encourages the child to practise word building and sentence making using phonic sounds. To make learning a really fun experience, the material contains word games, like snap and bingo. The child (children) can move on when the adult is confident the sounds have been learnt. Learn To Read With Phonics Pre Reader packs are designed to start children reading who have not done any reading before. They are a starting point for learning to read with phonics. Children can start at three or four, if they are ready to concentrate. The Pre Reader packs introduce the 26 sounds of the alphabet, the skills of sounding out words with phonics and blending phonic sounds to make three and four letter words. The child (children) should practise the material each day and move on only when the child is familiar with the material. The course is structured. Each new sound builds on the one that went before. Tell the child (children) to personalise the drawings, adding to them, using their own ideas. Colour in the pictures. Play the games. Repeat the exercises many times until they know the words. They should have fun learning to read. 13. Make A Sound Book To Reinforce The Sound 'ug' (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Make a sound book to reinforce the sound 'ug'. Cut out the templates in the pack. Place the cut outs on top of each other, so the story reads in chronological order. Staple the book together on the left edge 14. Make A Sound Book To Reinforce The Sound 'ig' (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Make a sound book to reinforce the sound 'ig'. Cut out the templates in the pack. Place the cut outs on top of each other, so the story reads in chronological order. Staple the book together on the left edge. 15. Assemble A Sentence Maker And Make Sentences (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Follow the instructions to make a sentence maker. Cut out the words in the pack and use them to make phrases and sentences in the sentence maker. A must have pack for any child in the early stages of learning to read and write.
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Pre Reader Work Pack (Bundle 6)

Pre Reader Work Pack (Bundle 6)

This bundle contains packs 16, 17 and 18 of the pre reader work pack series. How To Use The Pre Reader Work Packs At Guinea Pig Education we believe children do not need to spend years learning reading skills; this innovative new scheme teaches children to read in just six months to a year. A non reader should start with our pre reading material. The Pre reader work packs use phonics or the sounds in words. The child can learn a series of phonic sounds, which give him or her a 'tool' to work out nearly 80% of words in the English language. The other 20% of words will be learnt by looking and saying the words. In these packs, the child (or group of children) will be taught to recognise initial sounds as in 'b', 'd' and vowel sounds as in 'a' - c...a...t. They will practise running sounds together to make words. The sentence maker will help him or her to organise the words into sentences. The packs are easy to use with clear instructions, for the adult to use with a child (or group of children). They are not glossy in full colour. They are for real kids to cut up and colour in. The structured material encourages the child to practise word building and sentence making using phonic sounds. To make learning a really fun experience, the material contains word games, like snap and bingo. The child (children) can move on when the adult is confident the sounds have been learnt. Learn To Read With Phonics Pre Reader packs are designed to start children reading who have not done any reading before. They are a starting point for learning to read with phonics. Children can start at three or four, if they are ready to concentrate. The Pre Reader packs introduce the 26 sounds of the alphabet, the skills of sounding out words with phonics and blending phonic sounds to make three and four letter words. The child (children) should practise the material each day and move on only when the child is familiar with the material. The course is structured. Each new sound builds on the one that went before. Tell the child (children) to personalise the drawings, adding to them, using their own ideas. Colour in the pictures. Play the games. Repeat the exercises many times until they know the words. They should have fun learning to read. 16. Words To Play Snap: Fun Ways To Practise 3 Letter Phonic Words(Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + The child says snap if he or she sees a word that matches the one they have put down. 17. Words To Make Some More Sentences With The Sentence Maker (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + - words to use with the sentence maker 18. Words To Play Bingo: Fun Ways To Practise 3 Letter Phonic Words (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years +
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Pre Reader Work Pack (Bundle 7)

Pre Reader Work Pack (Bundle 7)

This bundle contains packs 19, 20 and 21 of the pre reader work pack series. How To Use The Pre Reader Work Packs At Guinea Pig Education we believe children do not need to spend years learning reading skills; this innovative new scheme teaches children to read in just six months to a year. A non reader should start with our pre reading material. The Pre reader work packs use phonics or the sounds in words. The child can learn a series of phonic sounds, which give him or her a 'tool' to work out nearly 80% of words in the English language. The other 20% of words will be learnt by looking and saying the words. In these packs, the child (or group of children) will be taught to recognise initial sounds as in 'b', 'd' and vowel sounds as in 'a' - c...a...t. They will practise running sounds together to make words. The sentence maker will help him or her to organise the words into sentences. The packs are easy to use with clear instructions, for the adult to use with a child (or group of children). They are not glossy in full colour. They are for real kids to cut up and colour in. The structured material encourages the child to practise word building and sentence making using phonic sounds. To make learning a really fun experience, the material contains word games, like snap and bingo. The child (children) can move on when the adult is confident the sounds have been learnt. Learn To Read With Phonics Pre Reader packs are designed to start children reading who have not done any reading before. They are a starting point for learning to read with phonics. Children can start at three or four, if they are ready to concentrate. The Pre Reader packs introduce the 26 sounds of the alphabet, the skills of sounding out words with phonics and blending phonic sounds to make three and four letter words. The child (children) should practise the material each day and move on only when the child is familiar with the material. The course is structured. Each new sound builds on the one that went before. Tell the child (children) to personalise the drawings, adding to them, using their own ideas. Colour in the pictures. Play the games. Repeat the exercises many times until they know the words. They should have fun learning to read. 19. Play Snakes And Ladders: Fun Ways To Practise 3 Letter Phonic Words (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Play a game of snakes and ladders. Read the word correctly to move on or miss your turn. Fun ways to practise 3 letter phonic words. 20) Reinforce Reading 3 Letter Words Finding Rhyming Pairs (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + 21) Make A Flip Book To Practise Reading Simple Sentences (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Cut round the dotted outlines and make flip books. Staple the books down the left hand side. Read the books with the child until they know the words.
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Pre Reader Work Pack (Bundle 8)

Pre Reader Work Pack (Bundle 8)

This bundle contains packs 22, 23 and 24 of the pre reader work pack series. How To Use The Pre Reader Work Packs At Guinea Pig Education we believe children do not need to spend years learning reading skills; this innovative new scheme teaches children to read in just six months to a year. A non reader should start with our pre reading material. The Pre reader work packs use phonics or the sounds in words. The child can learn a series of phonic sounds, which give him or her a 'tool' to work out nearly 80% of words in the English language. The other 20% of words will be learnt by looking and saying the words. In these packs, the child (or group of children) will be taught to recognise initial sounds as in 'b', 'd' and vowel sounds as in 'a' - c...a...t. They will practise running sounds together to make words. The sentence maker will help him or her to organise the words into sentences. The packs are easy to use with clear instructions, for the adult to use with a child (or group of children). They are not glossy in full colour. They are for real kids to cut up and colour in. The structured material encourages the child to practise word building and sentence making using phonic sounds. To make learning a really fun experience, the material contains word games, like snap and bingo. The child (children) can move on when the adult is confident the sounds have been learnt. Learn To Read With Phonics Pre Reader packs are designed to start children reading who have not done any reading before. They are a starting point for learning to read with phonics. Children can start at three or four, if they are ready to concentrate. The Pre Reader packs introduce the 26 sounds of the alphabet, the skills of sounding out words with phonics and blending phonic sounds to make three and four letter words. The child (children) should practise the material each day and move on only when the child is familiar with the material. The course is structured. Each new sound builds on the one that went before. Tell the child (children) to personalise the drawings, adding to them, using their own ideas. Colour in the pictures. Play the games. Repeat the exercises many times until they know the words. Have fun learning to read. 22) Fun Games To Practise Blending Sounds Together To Make Double Consonant Blends (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + For example, 'sn' fit 'snail' 23) Blend Phonic Sounds Together To Make 4 Letter Words Beginning With Double Consonant Blends (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + 24) Use The Sentence Maker To Make Sentences With 3, 4 And 5 Letter Words (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years +
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Pre Reader Work Packs (Bundle 9)

Pre Reader Work Packs (Bundle 9)

This bundle contains packs 25, 26 and 27 of the pre reader work pack series. How To Use The Pre Reader Work Packs At Guinea Pig Education we believe children do not need to spend years learning reading skills; this innovative new scheme teaches children to read in just six months to a year. A non reader should start with our pre reading material. The Pre reader work packs use phonics or the sounds in words. The child can learn a series of phonic sounds, which give him or her a 'tool' to work out nearly 80% of words in the English language. The other 20% of words will be learnt by looking and saying the words. In these packs, the child (or group of children) will be taught to recognise initial sounds as in 'b', 'd' and vowel sounds as in 'a' - c...a...t. They will practise running sounds together to make words. The sentence maker will help him or her to organise the words into sentences. The packs are easy to use with clear instructions, for the adult to use with a child (or group of children). They are not glossy in full colour. They are for real kids to cut up and colour in. The structured material encourages the child to practise word building and sentence making using phonic sounds. To make learning a really fun experience, the material contains word games, like snap and bingo. The child (children) can move on when the adult is confident the sounds have been learnt. Learn To Read With Phonics Pre Reader packs are designed to start children reading who have not done any reading before. They are a starting point for learning to read with phonics. Children can start at three or four, if they are ready to concentrate. The Pre Reader packs introduce the 26 sounds of the alphabet, the skills of sounding out words with phonics and blending phonic sounds to make three and four letter words. The child (children) should practise the material each day and move on only when the child is familiar with the material. The course is structured. Each new sound builds on the one that went before. Tell the child (children) to personalise the drawings, adding to them, using their own ideas. Colour in the pictures. Play the games. Repeat the exercises many times until they know the words. Have fun learning to read. 25) Sound Out 4 Letter Words Using Phonic Sounds (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Match words with the same endings i.e bold and cold, hand and sand 26) Lots Of Activities To Practise Reading 3,4 and 5 Letter Words (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Use the sentence maker to make more 3, 4 and 5 letter words Check up on reading 2 and 3 letter words, 4 letter words with double consonant blends and 4 letter words you can sound out Read the story about Tom 27) Play A Game Of Matching Pairs (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Play matching pairs. Only use a few pairs to start off.
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Pre Reader Work Packs (Bundle 10)

Pre Reader Work Packs (Bundle 10)

This bundle contains packs 28, 29 and 30 of the pre reader work pack series. How To Use The Pre Reader Work Packs At Guinea Pig Education we believe children do not need to spend years learning reading skills; this innovative new scheme teaches children to read in just six months to a year. A non reader should start with our pre reading material. The Pre reader work packs use phonics or the sounds in words. The child can learn a series of phonic sounds, which give him or her a 'tool' to work out nearly 80% of words in the English language. The other 20% of words will be learnt by looking and saying the words. In these packs, the child (or group of children) will be taught to recognise initial sounds as in 'b', 'd' and vowel sounds as in 'a' - c...a...t. They will practise running sounds together to make words. The sentence maker will help him or her to organise the words into sentences. The packs are easy to use with clear instructions, for the adult to use with a child (or group of children). They are not glossy in full colour. They are for real kids to cut up and colour in. The structured material encourages the child to practise word building and sentence making using phonic sounds. To make learning a really fun experience, the material contains word games, like snap and bingo. The child (children) can move on when the adult is confident the sounds have been learnt. Learn To Read With Phonics Pre Reader packs are designed to start children reading who have not done any reading before. They are a starting point for learning to read with phonics. Children can start at three or four, if they are ready to concentrate. The Pre Reader packs introduce the 26 sounds of the alphabet, the skills of sounding out words with phonics and blending phonic sounds to make three and four letter words. The child (children) should practise the material each day and move on only when the child is familiar with the material. The course is structured. Each new sound builds on the one that went before. Tell the child (children) to personalise the drawings, adding to them, using their own ideas. Colour in the pictures. Play the games. Repeat the exercises many times until they know the words. Have fun learning to read. 28) introducing Initial Blends And Endings (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Including initial blends and endings, such as 'ch', 'sh' and 'th' 29) 'Kim At The Shop' Read And Write Sentences With The Sentence Maker (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Read the story 'Kim at the shop' aloud. Colour in the pictures. Next, cut out the words and use your sentence maker (if you have one) - to rewrite the story. Alternatively, you can lay the sentences you have made, out on the table. 30) 'Sam In Class' Read And Write Sentences With The Sentence Maker (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Read the story 'Sam In Class' aloud. Colour in the pictures. Next, cut out the words and use your sentence maker (if you have one) - to rewrite the story. Alternatively, you can lay the sentences you have made, out on the table.
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Pre Reader Work Packs (Bundle 11)

Pre Reader Work Packs (Bundle 11)

This bundle contains packs 31, 32 and 33 of the pre reader work pack series. This is the last three in the series of pre reader packs. The child can now move onto 'Learn To Read With Phonics packs' How To Use The Pre Reader Work Packs At Guinea Pig Education we believe children do not need to spend years learning reading skills; this innovative new scheme teaches children to read in just six months to a year. A non reader should start with our pre reading material. The Pre reader work packs use phonics or the sounds in words. The child can learn a series of phonic sounds, which give him or her a 'tool' to work out nearly 80% of words in the English language. The other 20% of words will be learnt by looking and saying the words. In these packs, the child (or group of children) will be taught to recognise initial sounds as in 'b', 'd' and vowel sounds as in 'a' - c...a...t. They will practise running sounds together to make words. The sentence maker will help him or her to organise the words into sentences. The packs are easy to use with clear instructions, for the adult to use with a child (or group of children). They are not glossy in full colour. They are for real kids to cut up and colour in. The structured material encourages the child to practise word building and sentence making using phonic sounds. To make learning a really fun experience, the material contains word games, like snap and bingo. The child (children) can move on when the adult is confident the sounds have been learnt. Learn To Read With Phonics Pre Reader packs are designed to start children reading who have not done any reading before. They are a starting point for learning to read with phonics. Children can start at three or four, if they are ready to concentrate. The Pre Reader packs introduce the 26 sounds of the alphabet, the skills of sounding out words with phonics and blending phonic sounds to make three and four letter words. The child (children) should practise the material each day and move on only when the child is familiar with the material. The course is structured. Each new sound builds on the one that went before. Tell the child (children) to personalise the drawings, adding to them, using their own ideas. Colour in the pictures. Play the games. Repeat the exercises many times until they know the words. Have fun learning to read. 31) Play Fun Games To Introduce The Phonic Sound 'ck' (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Cut out the words and use the suggestions to make sentences with the child (children). Next, cut out the next set of words and sort them into sound sets by placing them into Top Cat's fat tummy. 32) Play Bingo And Snap To Introduce The Phonic Sound 'ck' (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years + Play the game over and over again until the child is familiar with the words. 33) Read Fun Rhymes And Play Games To Introduce Triple Consonant Blends (Pre Reader Work Pack) 3 years +
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Learn To Read With Phonics (Bundle 1)

Learn To Read With Phonics (Bundle 1)

Learn To Read With Phonics Reading Packs are a quick and easy way to teach children to read in just six months. They are ideal for all ages (from 4 years plus), especially reluctant older readers of 7, 8, 9+, children with learning difficulties and children where English is a foreign language. The packs are designed to be used one to one or in small groups with a teacher and child or parent/guardian and child learning together. The packs consist of a structured course that build 44 phonic sounds into the text. As the children read the adventures of a loveable boy called Sam, they can have fun searching for hidden sounds. They will build up 44 sounds in total. This will enable them to read 80% of words in the English language, by breaking them down into sounds or syllables - pl ay ing. Children using phonics in this way progress fast. A series of stories, The Bouncing Castle and The Famous Cousin From The Country reinforce the complex middle sounds being learnt. By the end of the scheme, the child will be ready to progress to 'solo' reading books, such as Roald Dahl's 'Georges Marvellous Medicine' and 'Fantastic Mr Fox'. Many of the packs have cut out practice pages for matching words to pictures and phrases to pictures, to fix the sound words in the child's memory. The simple text and fun colour in sketches, appeal to young readers and have helped the authors to teach many, many children to read. The reading packs may be used in any order, just pick the pack for the sound you require. However, when using the packs for a complete non reader we suggest you start with packs teaching initial sounds (word building with three or four letter words). Then move on to learning phonic sounds in this order: ch, sh, wh, th, oo, ee, ar, or, ur, ir, er, magic e, ea, oa, ai, ay, oi, oy, oa, short y (as in happy), long y (as in sky), soft c (as in mice), soft g (as in engine), ou, ow, au and aw. Next, move onto more complex sounds as in, tion, le, el, ough, gue, que, ine, ue, ie, ei, prefixes and suffixes. How To Use Each pack introduces a sound. 1) Learn the sound with the child/children 2) Read the sentences or stories several times, encouraging the child/children to talk about the pictures. 3) At the end of the sentences or story, there is a list of words and phrases, which the child can match to the pictures. 4) Get the child/children to colour in the pictures. Practise each sound several times, until the child is familiar with it.
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