Fully decodable readers aligned to Letters and Sounds to ensure early reading success
We understand the importance of children practising early reading skills using books closely matched to their phonic knowledge and evidence of pupil progress.
Created by experts, our range of decodable books are matched to the Letters and Sounds framework and are finely levelled to build children's reading confidence and success.
If your school is part of the English Hubs initiative you are eligible for 20% discount off of our phonics resources. Contact your local Educational Consultant below to redeem on your order.
This chart explains the systematic way Project X decodable series' Alien Adventures, Hero Academy and Project X Phonics builds reading progress through each phase of Letters and Sounds matching each book to each phase.
Fully decodable and finely levelled stories to match the Letters and Sounds framework, Hero Academy introduces the world of superheroes to young readers to turn them into reading superheroes. For Reception - Year 2 (P1-P3).
Fully decodable and finely levelled stories to match the Letters and Sounds framework, based around exciting space adventures to engage boys and ignite a love of reading. For children in Reception - Year 6 (P1-7).
'Pick up and go' decodable readers matched to Letters and Sounds with inbuilt teaching notes to ensure consistent phonics practice for Reception-Year 1 (P1-P2) children.
This chart explains the systematic way Floppy's Phonics builds reading progress through each phase of Letters and Sounds matching each book to each phase.
Complementary to Floppy's Phonics Teaching Programme, these decodable readers are matched to Letters and Sounds phases, based around fun character stories.
Traditional tales that help to consolidate children’s learning at the end of a Phase of phonics teaching
For bespoke guidance on which phonics programme is best for your school, contact your Local Educational Consultant for a reading review: a complementary review of your existing resources for advice of any resourcing gaps and how to fill them. Please quote ‘phonics’ in the summary in the what you’d like to discuss section
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