Oxford Reading Tree Read with Biff, Chip, and Kipper: My Phonics Flashcards (Other)

Roderick Hunt

5 years +

Read with Biff, Chip and Kipper My Phonics Flashcards are a fun way for children to develop their phonics skills, and they support the way children are taught to read at school. These fun, phonics games have been specially created to support children sitting the phonics screening and complement the Read with Biff, Chip & Kipper My Phonics Kit. Playing these phonic games will help children to: * Recognise some of the multiple letter combinations that represent a sound e.g. the sound 'ai' as in train, play, angel, lake * Blend sounds to read words * Memorise and apply some of the phonic knowledge which is required for the government's phonics screening check. This set of 55 cards includes information about phonics, fun games and useful tips for using the flashcards. The series provides essential support for parents through www.oxfordowl.co.uk. Visit Oxford Owl for practical advice for helping children learn to read, all you need to know about phonics and the screening check, as well as lots of fun activities and free eBooks.

Product Details

  • Product code: AFSON
  • ISBN: 9780192734488
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Format: Other
  • Dimensions: 9.1cm x 13.3cm
  • Pages: 55
  • Publish date: Thu Jan 03 00:00:00 GMT 2013
  • Book points: 5

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These flashcards help children to understand that some letters have the same sounds as others when put with other letters or in words. In my opinion, it is not for children who are just starting to learn to read as that can be a bit confusing but when the child has better understanding and knowledge of phonics and some words. They are double-sided with a picture, word and the sound on one side and a word on the other.

Natasha , Fri Jun 02 20:39:52 BST 2017

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