Children learn with the help of Phoneme Fred, a little alien character who can only speak using separate sounds. Parent and child follow five simple steps: find the rhyming words, find the sounds, blend the sounds, split the word into sounds, and read the word. "Superphonics" offers swift progress because of its highly focused approach. With just 20 minutes' work a day, most children will complete Book 3 in 1-2 weeks. It is illustrated in colour throughout by Chris O'Neill.
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It is the best. [...] Sound theory and Miskin's own successful practice underpin the approach. It is presented very accessibly, without being simplistic. -- TES, Sept 2000 The end result? My children are now up to the letter 'Y'. There is such a dramatic improvement in their recognition of both sounds and letter names that my only regret is that I didn't start using this book in the summer holidays as soon as I got it. It is very simple to follow. Even for a non-teacher. -- 'A grateful parent', Amazon.co.uk, March 2001
About Ruth Miskin
Ruth Miskin is one of the UK's top authorities on phonics and the teaching of reading. She has 20 years' teaching experience and is currently head teacher at a London primary school, where children's reading ages are on average two years above their actual age. She was an adviser to the National Literacy Strategy, and she is involved in training teachers throughout the UK in the use of phonics.
Superphonics: Book 3 by Ruth Miskin
Used - Very Good
Hachette Children's Group
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