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Phonics with the Alphablocks: Starting Phonics for children age 3-5 (Pack of 3 reading books, eBook CD-Rom and Parent Guide

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  • Suitable for children aged 3-5
  • Matches the approach taught in schools to help your child learn to read
  • All you need to help your child take their first steps into reading: 3 reading books (In a Pit, It Is a Din, Cat and Dog), CD-Rom and a parent guide
  • CD-Rom includes eBook versions of the three Alphablocks books plus one episode of the Alphablocks TV series for an interactive experience
  • This first pack in the series covers the following Phonics Phase 2 sounds: s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d, g, o, c.

Phonics with the Alphablocks: Starting Phonics for children age 3-5 (Pack of 3 reading books, eBook CD-Rom and Parent Guide Reviews | Toppsta

9781447911890

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