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Songbirds Phonics Pack: Stage 6 Award-winning author/illustrator

by Julia Donaldson (author)

Suitable for 4 - 7 years

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The final stage in the brilliant Songbirds series. Six more vibrant stories from Julia Donaldson help phonics learners to attain full confidence and polish up their skills in preparation for reading longer books alone. Songbirds builds on children’s phonic knowledge by letting them segment, blend and match common letter sounds and letter blends in brilliant stories written with the author’s hallmark energy and wit. All the stories support the school curriculum for literacy, providing fully decodeable texts that build on children’s phonic knowledge as they work through a total of 36 books spread over six stages.

This set of six Stage Six books teaches the most complex long vowel sounds and letter patterns. It includes comprehensive teachers’ notes.

“A pedigree scheme worth every penny for helping children get to grips with words, sounds and spelling patterns… Julia Donaldson has described Songbirds as her ‘proudest achievement’ and it is easy to see why.” John Dabell, Teach Primary

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780198466970

Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Julia Donaldson

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