These new Set 6A (Blue) Storybooks are designed to give children extra practice, and to develop their fluency and vocabulary further before moving on from the Read Write Inc. Phonics programme.
The books are matched to the phonic progression of the existing Storybooks and provide extra practice for children learning the Set 2 and 3 sounds.
They include a range of engaging stories such as fairy tales, myths and legends and familiar settings.
Activities at the start help children to practise the sounds and words from the story and questions at the end of the story help to develop children's comprehension.
Detailed lesson plans are provided on Read Write Inc. Phonics Online.
The books are part of the Read Write Inc. Phonics programme, developed by Ruth Miskin. The programme is designed to create fluent readers, confident speakers and willing writers. It includes Handbooks, Sounds Cards, Word Cards, Storybooks, Non-fiction, Writing books and an Online resource. Read Write Inc. is fully supported by comprehensive professional development from Ruth Miskin Training.
This is Book 248 in the Read Write Inc. Phonics Series. See all Read Write Inc. Phonics books here.
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Liz Miles is a freelance editor with many years of experience and the author of a number of books for younger readers. She co-founded and is joint director of Wordstone Publishing. She lives in Wivenhoe, England.More about Liz Miles
Abbie Rushton is a winner of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators' Undiscovered Voices competition. She has a degree in English Literature with Creative Writing from the UEA, Norwich. Abbie used to be a part-time children's bookseller, and now works in publishing, where she edits literacy resources for primary schools. Abbie loves to traveMore about Abbie Rushton
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