This Read with Oxford Stages 2-3 kit is packed full of ways to share traditional tales with your child, practise the phonics they are learning at school and develop important storytelling skills. It contains six traditional tales, retold so that children can read them for themselves: The King and His Wish, Dick and His Cat, I Will Get You, Cook, Pot, Cook, The Foolish Fox and Jack and the Beanstalk. The kit also includes a fun activity book, a poster and
sticker set, and a parent handbook.
The activity book includes quizzes on each book and fun phonics activities. Your child can retell each tale in their own words using the story maps. The storytelling poster with reusable stickers will spark your child's imagination and help them tell their own stories. A parent handbook offers tips and advice on supporting your child with phonics and sharing stories with them. It also includes the full version of each story to read aloud to your child.
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