Non-fiction to engage children in reading for pleasure
Series Editor Nikki Gamble, Author Rob Alcraft, Author Jill McDougall, Author Ben Hubbard, Author June Crebbin, Author Teresa Heapy, and Author Michaela Morgan
Key Stage 1 teachers
Y1 / P2
Pupils at Oxford Level 6 (Book Band 6 Orange)
6 year olds
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Oxford Reading Tree inFact: Level 6: Mixed Pack of 6 contains:
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Oxford Reading Tree inFact: Level 6: Deep Down Weird
Oxford Reading Tree inFact: Level 6: Perfect Pets
Oxford Reading Tree inFact: Level 6: Zoom Out!
Oxford Reading Tree inFact: Level 6: A Pony for a Day
Oxford Reading Tree inFact: Level 6: Who Eats Who?
Oxford Reading Tree inFact: Level 6: Edward Lear's Scrapbook
is a non-fiction series that aims to engage children in reading for pleasure as powerfully as fiction does.
This pack contains six books, one of each of Deep Down Weird
, Perfect Pets
, Zoom Out!
, A Pony for a Day
, Who Eats Who?
, and Edward Lear's Scrapbook
- Compelling and imaginative non-fiction titles to engage children in reading for pleasure as powerfully as fiction does.
- This series has authenticity at its heart, offering books written by experts who are passionate about their subject.
- It offers first-hand personal accounts; lyrical writing styles; quirky, child-friendly approaches to subjects and biographies of significant people from history.
- The subject matter supports the new content in the wider curriculum.
- Rich and varied text types develop comprehension skills including understanding non-fiction features.
- Stunning imagery, mixing photos with appealing artwork.
- Underpinned by Oxford Assessment and Levelling, matching every child with the right book for them through careful grading.
- The Series Editor is Nikki Gamble, Literacy expert.
- Reading notes on the inside covers support children with their reading.
- Teaching notes on Oxford Owl support independent reading, guided reading and writing activities.
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