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Oxford Reading Tree: Floppy's Phonics Decoding Practice: Oxford Level 4: How to Enjoy the Weather

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Engaging fiction and non-fiction fully aligned to each stage of the Floppy's Phonics teaching programme, allowing children to consolidate their phonic knowledge through reading in context.
These fully decodable stories are 100% matched to the phonic progression of the Floppy's Phonics teaching programme and provide a perfect fit with your phonics teaching - endorsed by phonics expert and trainer Debbie Hepplewhite. They consolidate taught GPCs at each stage of the programme, with one book covering two weeks of teaching, and can be used in class or as take-home readers. Support for parents and carers is provided on the inside cover notes.
Levels 1+-2 consist of simple blending books and short texts. Levels 3-5 include 3 fiction (with one Biff, Chip and Kipper adventure) and 3 non-fiction per level.
Find out about the different seasons and how we can prepare for them.

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This is Book 34 in the Oxford Reading Tree: Floppy's Phonics Decoding Practice Series. See all Oxford Reading Tree: Floppy's Phonics Decoding Practice books here.

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