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Phonic readers ensure that children only take home books that contain letters, sounds and words that they have been taught. We need to teach the skills before expecting children to be able to do something independently. Otherwise this would be like teaching children how to use numbers to 20 and then giving them homework with […]



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Phonic readers ensure that children only take home books that contain letters, sounds and words that they have been taught. We need to teach the skills before expecting children to be able to do something independently. Otherwise this would be like teaching children how to use numbers to 20 and then giving them homework with numbers above 100!

 

Children are only introduced to books that have familiar letters and sounds so they have more opportunity to practise their phonic skills and gain greater fluency in decoding.

Why should we be using decodable books

  • National Curriculum, 2014

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