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Phonics Flashcards: Age 3–5 (Read Write Inc. Phonics)

These flashcards offer a fun way to introduce the letters and sounds that make up words, using the Set 1 Speed Sounds. With parent notes offering guidance, they are the ideal way to support your child’s first steps in learning to read.


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ISBN-10: 0198386710
ISBN-13: 9780198386711

Read Write Inc. Phonics Flashcards are a great way to introduce the letters and sounds that make up words – the ‘Speed Sounds’.

The cards feature all 31 Set 1 Speed Sounds and corresponding letters to enable children to learn phonics and decode words easily. Full colour illustrations and picture cards place the sounds in context, providing an enjoyable way to practise using the sounds they have learnt.

Parent notes offer guidance on how to use the cards and tips to support first steps in learning to read.

Read Write Inc., developed by Ruth Miskin, provides a structured and systematic approach to teaching literacy. It is used by more than a quarter of the UK’s primary schools and is designed to create fluent readers, confident speakers and willing writers.

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