Would this be worth putting on the web for people to download and use?

(8 Posts)
bronya Sat 07-Dec-13 09:49:52

I've been writing a series of phonic books for a few children I tutor who didn't 'get' reading in class and needed a more phonic approach with a slower introduction of tricky words (and more practice in general at each stage) than the pink/red readers available. They're obviously useful to me, but I wondered if it was worth sticking them on one of those free websites so other people could use them too? They take a while to write, and it'd be nice to know they were benefiting others. They're not exciting though and have hand drawn/clipart type pictures. Would it be worth doing?

juniper9 Sat 07-Dec-13 10:17:53

Yeah, put them up on the tes website and I'm sure people will appreciate them.

mammadiggingdeep Sat 07-Dec-13 10:35:43

Yes defo. Put them on primary resources too !

Huitre Sat 07-Dec-13 14:47:31

That sounds like a brilliant idea, bronya. I should think there would be lots of people who would be interested. You should post the link here. I don't think not being exciting is a barrier to usefulness - a lot of beginners' reading books aren't necessarily that exciting!

Yes please! Can you post a link or do you want us to pm email addresses? I would love to see what you have come up with

bronya Sat 07-Dec-13 15:47:19

Ok, I'll figure out how to put them on the TES website then! Thanks for the thoughts!

juniper9 Sat 07-Dec-13 17:45:57

This is the link for TES, but you need to sign up.

ILoveRacnoss Sat 07-Dec-13 18:08:26

Yes please! TES and Primary Resources are the places I look for ideas on all subjects.

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