Read At Home is the best-selling home reading series designed for young, beginner readers. It features all the popular Oxford Reading Tree characters in exciting stories written for parents to support their children's reading at home. Read At Home First Experiences introduce young children to new situations and are ideal for parent and child to read together. Read At Home First Experiences help parents to: BLExplore the wider world with their child BLTalk about shared feelings and emotions BLBuild vocabulary through the fun activities RAH Level: Although these books have been created for parents to share with their child, they have been written to Level 4 of Read At Home. Level 4 is for children Building Confidence in Reading - those children who can recognise 30-50 words by sight, can read harder sentences, with less support, and can use sounds to help make words. The story is written with simple but more varied sentence structure and vocabulary with three to four sentences per page. Each story provides a range of fun activities to encourage talk and support reading skills: BLA puzzle activity in every book to make reading fun and practise looking at detail BLA game or fun activity like a Maze or Spot the Difference - a treat for children to enjoy at the end of the story Highly successful , high profile author and illustrator team: BLRoderick Hunt, author of the original Oxford Reading Tree stories, and Annemarie Young, are superb storytellers with over 50 years educational experience between them BLAlex Brychta's humorous and detailed illustrations bring the stories alive and are known to and loved by millions of Oxford Reading tree readers
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Roderick Hunt has been writing children's stories for more than 25 years. Alex Brychta has drawn cartoons from an early age and has devoted over 12 years of his career to ORT. Kate Ruttle is a practising primary teacher and she contributes regularly to education journals.Review:
All feedback on series has been hugely positive
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Descripción Oxford University Press, 2007. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0198386419
Descripción Oxford University Press, 2007. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 198386419