Read Write Inc. actually teaches children to read and write. We love using this programme because children achieve so much co quickly. They want to read and write. It's the best literacy programme we have ever known. ( Lorna Jackson, Headteacher, Maryland Primary School)From the Publisher:
The Read Write Inc. Phonics storybooks provide structured practice for children in decoding words and reading through phonics. Each set of books is carefully graded so children can read them with confidence.
Read Write Inc. Phonics storybooks help parents support their child by:
BL Using Ruth Miskin's successful tried-and-tested phonic methodology for reading success
BL Offering practical and effective advice in guiding their child through every story
BL Building confidence using fun and engaging stories with opportunities for talk and praise throughout
The structured phonic stories in Books 3a and 3b are written for children to gain confidence as they read one whole story to a parent from beginning to end with plenty of phonics practice.
Run run run! Book 3a is a fun, lively interpretation of the classic tale The Gingerbread Man.
Every rhyming story uses artwork by Tim Archbold, who uses a style that has been likened Quentin Blake's, which children love.
It is recommended that parents use the RWI Phonics Speed Sound Flashcards Set 1 to practice before and alongside children reading any of the RWI story books.
Reading steps for success:
BL Practise reading the Speed Sounds before each story
BL Read the Red and Green words before each story
BL Read the story to decode every word
BL Re-read the story to reinforce meaning
BL Re-read the story for fluency
RWI Level in Schools: Although these books have been created for the home market, they have been written to Purple Level of the RWI school books.
The creator, Ruth Miskin is currently involved in a series of nationwide training programmes for primary schools, commissioned by the UK government's Department for Education and Skills.
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