Get Reading: Our Top 5 Resources to Start Your Child on their Reading Journey
When should your child learn to read? According to the BBC, it varies between 4 and 7 years old across the world. Every child is different so what's normal for one may not be for another. Encouraging the right method is what's key, so here's some resources to help.
"Let's start at the very beginning, a very good place to start..." ABC is where a child's reading journey usually begins so teaching the alphabet with a vibrant, easy to use book like this is ideal. Get them familiar with letters and what each letter stands for so they can begin to recognise them in words.
On from the alphabet to first words. Using stickers, this helps little ones with word recognition, formation and association. It's bright and easy to use for little fingers.
Renowned for its complexities, learning English Grammar is no mean feat. However, this wipe clean book brakes things down and makes it easier for 5-7 year olds to learn everything from nouns to tenses.
The Biff, Chip and Kipper books have been helping children to read for generations. Read with Oxford Stage 1 is for children who are ready to start learning to read. They will enjoy listening to stories and will be beginning to recognise letter sounds and read simple words.
This book collection covers stages 1-3 of your child's learning journey and is packed with stickers and activities to make it all that bit more fun!
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