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MangoTiramisu Tue 10-Sep-13 06:13:48

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Euphemia Tue 10-Sep-13 07:20:17

What is the school giving him to read?

Julia Donaldson's Songbirds are good - that link is to a very good deal on them.

Be careful you're not confusing him with letter names and phonics at the moment: if you're encouraging him to decode "be" as /b/ and /ee/ is that because you've taught him the letter name "e"? His teacher won't be teaching "tricky" words like that yet.

Shanghaidiva Tue 10-Sep-13 07:43:24

Agree - songbirds are good. I also used jolly phonics with my kids. You can also involve your son in story telling by asking him to 'read' you the story ie he looks at the pictures and tells you what is happening.

Dreamingofcakeallnight Tue 10-Sep-13 08:01:30

I'd recommend the reading chest. Google it - has been fab for us.

MangoTiramisu Tue 10-Sep-13 08:16:17

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Dreamingofcakeallnight Tue 10-Sep-13 08:40:29

Download reception tricky words. These are some that don't fit the pattern. Stick to books that are fully decodable.

MangoTiramisu Tue 10-Sep-13 08:46:18

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simpson Tue 10-Sep-13 10:06:53

Look at the Oxford owl website, it has loads of free ebooks to read.

Periwinkle007 Tue 10-Sep-13 11:07:22

songbirds are good, Usborne do some purely phonics ones too and there are also Ruth Miskin Superphonics books.

and yes Oxford Owl is a very good free resource available internationally

MangoTiramisu Tue 10-Sep-13 12:08:11

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