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JL259 Jolly Phonics Paperback Readers, Level 3 Snake’s Amazing Tales
Jolly Phonics Paperback Readers, Level 3 Snake’s Amazing Tales (in precursive letters)
***WAS $14.50, NOW $10.88, FOR A LIMITED TIME***
During these difficult times, we want to help you support your children’s learning at home, which is why we are offering a 25% discount across all of our Paperback Readers. Containing six decodable stories, it’s an excellent start for child learning to read.
Jolly Phonics Paperback Readers, Level 3 Snake’s Amazing Tales (in precursive letters) is the third of four levels of decodable books, providing the best start for children just starting to read. With three lively series in each level, children are able to practise their phonic skills while developing key reading skills.
The Three Billy Goats Gruff and Other Stories contains six engaging fiction stories and provides comprehension questions, discussion activities and guidance for parents. The stories in the book feature words that are spelled regularly, and can be sounded out with the 42 letter sounds first taught in Jolly Phonics. At every stage the words are within the reach of children as they use their letter sound knowledge and tricky words already taught. All the tricky words and letter sounds used are shown at the beginning of the book. Light type is used as a guide for any silent letters, such as /b/ in lamb. Level 3 revises the alternative sound of /y/ used for the /ee/ sound at the end of words like funny and happy, and introduces the ‘hop-over /e/’ spellings of the long vowel sounds.
Stories included in the book:
- The Three Billy Goats Gruff
- The Fox and the Stork
- The Outing
- The Little Merman
- The Cricket and the Ants
- Little Monsters
Additional extension activities:
- Say the Sounds
- Tricky Words
- Meet the Characters
- Book Review
- Character Review
*The Three Billy Goats Gruff and Other Stories is a paperback edition of the popular Jolly Phonics Readers, combining stories previously published as six individual books in the Level 3 General Fiction series*”