Book characters featured in phonics and vocabulary apps - Education TechnologyA suite of apps to make learning phonics and vocabulary fun and engaging for children, and provide an effective aid for parents in supporting learning, has been launched by Therapy Box — a creator of innovative apps across education and healthcare. Skoodal offers eight apps in the range including Phonics Spelling Dictionary, which orders words by sound; vocabulary app Fun with Words, featuring a variety of engaging word games, and My Phonics Flashcards, allowing children to practise letters and sounds as they do in school. There is also My Phonics Kit, which has been developed to support parents in preparing their children for the Phonics Screening Check conducted nationally in schools. Additionally, with the Phonics Screening Check having come into force in , parents want to ensure their child can achieve the best possible result, which the apps support. There is also an incentive feature, allowing kids to collect stickers to really motivate them to learn.
Cheeky kids’ author sneaks hidden ‘DOGGING’ scenes into Biff, Chip and Kipper books
These are external links and will open in a new window. They've helped millions of children to read, primary schools brim with them and parents either love them or hate them. They are Biff, Chip, Kipper While swathes of the population may be oblivious to these phonics heroes, to others they are their first encounter with the written word and, with their parents, have lived the gang's adventures in the desert, have commiserated with Dad over his latest mishap and admired Gran's new blue shoes - many times over. The adventure began when Oxford Reading Tree's publications kicked off with 24 stories in , with the simple aim of teaching young children to read in carefully laid-out stages.
Meet the characters. Mum and Dad. Dad likes playing games and trying to trick Biff, Chip and Kipper. He always tries to help, but things don't always turn out as.
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Biff, Chip and Kipper books are a rite of passage for most children. Parents and kids plough through the whole set, getting to know the three siblings, their mum and dad and of course Floppy the dog. The Oxford Reading Tree series has helped primary schoolchildren learn to read for more than 30 years. The books are used in 80 per cent of British schools and there are more than titles in the series. But it seems there are a few hidden jokes in among dad's blunder and gran's trips to the seaside, according to the Mirror Online.
This reading scheme is used in over countries around the world because children just love reading about the fun characters! The series takes children from phonics, through to richer reading which includes breadth and unrivalled support. Oxford Reading Tree has a vast selection of reading books, which are used in schools across the UK. These are carefully graded by reading levels known as book bands. Each book band has its own colour.