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Timeless stories with clear phonic progression
These 40 timeless stories from around the world are now fully decodable, with clear phonic progression, and perfectly matched to the National Curriculum, making them a must for every classroom.
These enchanting tales have been shared for generations and now every child can read them for themselves.
Little Blending Books have been written specially to help children practise blending, and are aligned to Letters and Sounds Sets and Phases. They are ideal for use alongside other Oxford reading programmes.
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Traditional Tales Level 1 The Little Red Hen eBook
Traditional Tales Level 1 Teaching Notes
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Traditional Tales Level 2 The King and His Wish eBook
Traditional Tales Level 2 Teaching Notes
Print off and cut out off these fun free door hangers with beautiful series illustrations
Traditional Tales Level 6 The Frog Prince eBook
Traditional Tales Level 6 Teaching Notes
Print off and cut out off these free bookmarks with beautiful series illustrations
Traditional Tales Level 9 East of the Sun West of the Moon eBook
Traditional Tales Level 9 Teaching Notes
Videos, eBooks and storymaps to inspire writing.
Selected titles from this series are available as part of our eBook library subscriptions, perfect for use in the classroom or to share books with children to read at home.
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