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Videos to help home learning

Learning to read with a book with no words number 1

Telling a story is a part of reading. Building vocabulary is a vital source of learning. Some ideas to make it easier for you...

Understanding the basics of a sentence

Why was I not taught this at school???

1. Busting phonics jargon.

Do you get confused between sound buttons and digraphs, graphemes and phonemes? Let's see if this short video will help.

Mrs Lumsden reads Shark in the Park

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Next week’s key text is Shark in the Park. Join Mrs Lumsden for the story and don’t forget to add a tick in your reading log.

How to read the same book for 4 nights

When you are given a book for home reading for 4 nights... how to keep moving the learning forward. A guide for parents and carers.

Learning to read with a book with no words number 1

Telling a story is a part of reading. Building vocabulary is a vital source of learning. Some ideas to make it easier for you...

no word book 2

Quick video of how to exploit a book with no words then use this example with every other book!

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