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Floppy's Phonics Sounds and Letters

Rigorous synthetic phonics teaching for reading success

Floppy's Phonics Sounds and Letters

Rigorous synthetic phonics teaching for reading success

Floppy's Phonics Sounds and Letters provides you with all the structure and resources you need to deliver effective synthetic phonics teaching.

With your favourite characters to engage children as they learn to read, they are perfectly matched to the new National Curriculum too.

  • Systematic and structured with built-in revision to ensure every child succeeds
  • Step-by-step phonics teaching using Biff, Chip and Kipper to engage children
  • Rigorous teaching sequence makes phonics teaching effective and simple
  • Perfectly matched to Letters and Sounds  
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Series contains:

  • 48 teaching books
  • Poster Pack
  • Mini Tabletop Alphabetic Code Charts
  • 72 large format flashcards
  • Frieze
  • 3 CD-ROMs
  • Teacher's Handbook per year including activity sheets
  • Planning and Assessment Handbook with CD
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View 2016 structure chart (PDF)View teaching sequence (PDF)

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Effective assessment in Oxford Reading Tree and TreeTops

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Effective assessment in Floppy's Phonics

Effective assessment in Floppy's Phonics

Read how Floppy's Phonics raises standards by connecting high quality assessment with effective teaching

Free downloads

See Floppy's Phonics Sounds and Letters in action (Video)

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Download our free Phonics Report (PDF)

TakeĀ our 5 easy steps to help you audit your practice to get the best results for your school!

Character Bookmarks

Oxford Reading Tree Bookmarks (PDF)

Download your free bookmarks with your favourite characters, to cut out and keep.

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Free Phonics Screening Check Support

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Character DoorHangers

Oxford Reading Tree Door Hangers (PDF)

Download these Biff, Chip and Kipper door hangers to cut out and keep

Free online videos: Debbie Hepplewhite on synthetic phonics

How to keep everyone on track with phonics (Video)

Debbie Hepplewhite introduces herself and describes why she became so passionate about  synthetic phonics teaching.

2 min 9 seconds

Positive Partnerships with Parents (Video)

Debbie Hepplewhite shares her top tips for working with parents to involve them in teaching reading, spelling and writing.

2 min 54 seconds

Oxford Owl

For more on phonics, head to Oxford Owl

Review

  • Debbie has crafted magic, creating an approach to phonics that - put simply -  works! Adopting Floppy's Phonics Sounds and Letters in 2011, we were delighted that 70% of our Y1 pupils secured the pass rate. In 2013, this has risen to 93%, and KS1 standards in reading, writing (and maths!) are up as the children are engaged, focused, motivated learners. This isn't about phonics - it's a pedagogical approach based on expectation, challenge, autonomy and rigour. The kids love it - and so do the staff!

    Sam Bailey, Headteacher, Cookridge Primary School, Leeds

Oxford School Improvement