Phonics My New Words Books 1

Phonics My New Words Books 1

by Ian Mitch
     
 

About these books:


This group of books and worksheets is aimed at helping you teach your child how to read leading on to using phonics. The author is dyslectic and wishes all parents worldwide to be able to


teach their child how to read using phonics giving them a head start for life, the books


are aimed to be affordable to all and

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Overview

About these books:


This group of books and worksheets is aimed at helping you teach your child how to read leading on to using phonics. The author is dyslectic and wishes all parents worldwide to be able to


teach their child how to read using phonics giving them a head start for life, the books


are aimed to be affordable to all and are available in e book format.


About the stages:


There are seven stages aimed to help you help your child to learn to read using phonics working


with your support in a fun way. The books use worksheets, games and interaction with you to


help your child read with confidence.


STAGE 1 – A series of picture books to discuss, spot the difference and enjoy. Age 2-3


STAGE 2 – Your alphabet, First Words, Opposites. Age 3-4


STAGE 3 – Early phonics, What do I say? My new words, Shapes and colors and games. Age 4-5


STAGE 4 – Easy phonics, picture books and games. Age 4-5


STAGE 5 – More phonics, picture books and games. Age 4-6


STAGE 6 - Complex phonics, Popular stories and practice sheets. Age 5-7


STAGE 7 – All about books, fables and other stories. Age 5-7


Look out for Numbers4Chidren and Writing4Children.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940032900269
Publisher:
Ian Mitch
Publication date:
11/06/2011
Series:
Clever Cat Phonics , #4
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

Ian Mitch is one of the most prestigious and well-loved teachers working in the children's book field today. Having left school at 16 with a very basic education he has devoted his life to teaching and developing children to read, write and in number skills. He is dyslectic and aims to make books and learning interesting for both the parent and child.Ian strongly believes in all children being able to get the best start in life and publishes to benefit all.

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