Usborne Phonics Readers Pack

Colourful first phonics readers full of fun things to rhyme and repeat. Developed by experts, these lovely starter books let young readers practise the sounds that make up written language. By rhyming and repeating simple sounds and putting them together in easy words, children learn how each sound represents a building-block of language. Each book is stuffed with cute, cuddly animal friends, and supports the Government’s focus on synthetic phonics learning. What’s more, there are fold-out lifting flaps to have fun with too!

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    I liked this book before and after I learnt to read. My favourite book was Hens Pens because I also liked to draw different patterns on things.

    7 March 2013

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    I have read this book when i was little and i no my mum had read t to me.i had read it to my cozen who is 5months old and she was smileing and looking so i think it is a great book for biginers.

    7 August 2009

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