Floppy's Phonics Fiction and Non-fiction

Floppy's Phonics Non-Fiction

Practise phonic skills with Biff, Chip, Kipper and Floppy!

With systematic phonics and Oxford Reading Tree's best-loved characters at their heart, your children can put their phonics skills into practice at every stage with these engaging non-fiction decodable readers.

 *Please note, Floppy's Phonics Non-fiction is only available to schools outside of the UK*

  • Perfect fit with your phonics teaching - endorsed by Debbie Hepplewhite
  • Non-fiction titles to engage and motivate every reader
  • Featuring much-loved characters Biff, Chip, Kipper and Floppy
  • Inside cover notes help parents support their child with phonics at home
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Series contains:

  • 30 decodable Biff, Chip and Kipper adventures
  • 42 decodable non-fiction titles
  • Free teaching notes for every title
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What does Floppy's Phonics Fiction and Non-Fiction deliver?

Structure chart

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Take a look at an overview of Fiction and Non-fiction titles.


Free online support

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  • Within a term of using Floppy's Phonics the pupils in my class went from a Level P6 to a Level 1A/1B but perhaps more importantly they now enjoy reading and are more confident readers.

    Katie Schofield, Ryecroft Primary School, Bradford