Collins Big Cat Phonics for Letters and Sounds features exciting fiction and non-fiction decodable readers to enthuse and inspire children. They are fully aligned to Letters and Sounds Phases 1-6 and contain notes in the back. The Handbooks provide support in demonstration and modelling, monitoring comprehension and expanding vocabulary.
In the Australian Outback, a young boy has lost his pet dingo. Where could she be? This fun and imaginative rhyming poem is written by Jane Clarke.
Green (Band 5) books offer early readers patterned language and varied characters.
The focus sounds in this book are: /oa/ o, ow /oo/ ue, u /air/ ear /ee/ ea /ai/ a-e, ay, ey /igh/ i-e, i, /i/ y /oo/ oul /or/ al
Pages 22 and 23 allow children to re-visit the content of the book, supporting comprehension skills, vocabulary development and recall.
Reading notes within the book provide practical support for reading Big Cat Phonics for Letters and Sounds with children, including a list of all the sounds and words that the book will cover.
This book has been quizzed for Accelerated Reader.
This is Book 41 in the Collins Big Cat Phonics for Letters and Sounds Series. See all Collins Big Cat Phonics for Letters and Sounds books here.
Jane Clarke Biography
Jane Clarke is the award-winning author of over 80 books for young children, including popular young fiction series such as Dr. Kitty Cat (OUP) and Pet Hotel (Scholastic USA), and picture books such as Gilbert the Great, [url=https://toppsta.com/books/details/neon-le
STEVE WOOD is an experienced writer for children's theatre and television (BBC and Yorkshire TV). He lives with his family near Manchester. WOODY FOX is freelance illustrator. He lives in Devon where he enjoys the companionship of his two cats. His best-known book is If I were an Animal (Bloomsbury).More about Woody Fox