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Oxford Reading Tree Story Sparks: Oxford Levels 1-11: Singles Pack

Stories to fire children's imaginations and develop comprehension skills

Series Editor Nikki Gamble

Suitable for:  Foundation Stage / Key Stage 1 teachers YR to Y2 / P1 to P3 Pupils at Oxford Levels 1 to 11 (Pre-Book Band Lilac to Book Band 11 Lime) 4 to 7 year olds

Price:  £460.00

ISBN: 978-0-19-842889-3
Publication date: 11/01/2018
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Description

Oxford Reading Tree Story Sparks is an emotionally-engaging fiction series that will fire children's imaginations and develop their comprehension skills.

This pack contains 72 books (one copy of every title at Oxford Levels 1 to 11) and both teacher's handbooks, Story Sparks Handbook for Levels 1-5 and Story Sparks Handbook for Levels 6-11.


Features

  • These imaginative, emotionally-engaging stories encourage reading for pleasure and a love of reading.
  • The series develops the deeper comprehension skills children need to reach the higher expectations of the 2014 curriculum.
  • The text is phonically decodable at Levels 1+ to 5, with some non-decodable story words to enrich the stories and develop children's vocabularies.
  • Wordless books at Level 1 provide engaging stories for children who have not yet learned to decode.
  • Talented authors and illustrators provide a broad and varied reading experience that draws readers in - making them think, feel, and enjoy the anticipation of a great story.
  • The stories are accompanied by teaching notes and two handbooks, which focus on developing comprehension alongside learning to decode.
  • Inside cover notes provide targeted support for parents and teaching assistants.
  • The series is underpinned by Oxford Assessment and Levelling, matching every child with the right book and helping them to progress.
  • The Series Editor is literacy expert Nikki Gamble.
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