Author(s): John Foster
This photographic non-fiction book examines how animals and people move. The focus phonemes in this book are j, a and d. Other phonemes practised are s, t, i, p, n, c, k, e, o, r, g, u, l, h, f, b and ai. Collins Big Cat Phonics decodable readers provide fiction and nonfiction especially written by top children's authors. They allow children to practice the phonemes they have learned, while enjoying a rich reading experience. This helps every child learn how to: / read the letters that represent the sound / blend the sounds through the word / read the word Featured authors include Emma Chichester Clark, Martin Waddell, Shoo Rayner, John Foster, Malachy Doyle, Paul Shipton and Nic Bishop. Key features: Illustrations do not distract from the text or act as picture cues, ensuring that children have to read every word A special Reader Response spread at the end of the story supports comprehension and 'next steps'. Ideas for using the book in small group and independent reading are at the back , right at your fingertips.