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Big pig on a dig

Phonics readers
Big pig on a dig

  • A series of fun stories using very simple synthetic phonic-based text.
  • Synthetic phonic learning is the process of reading by sounding the individual sounds of a word and then blending them together to read the word as a whole.
  • With fold out flaps to make the reading experience more interactive.
  • Written in conjunction with an educational psychology expert.

Paperback:

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Extra information

Key Stage: KS1 E; Age 3+

Book Band: 5 - Green

Paperback:
ISBN: 9780746077184
16 pages + fold out flaps
210 x 210mm

Author/Editor: Phil Roxbee Cox

Illustrator: Stephen Cartwright

Reader reviews

Big pig on a dig
I have a four year old son with Autism. We picked this book from his shelf one night at bedtime. He started reading it to me. I was so shocked but I found this book to be a great book for him to read. It is a great fun book for a first time reader. He is learning three letter words at school but he read almost all the words in this book by sounding them out. I would like to get the two titles listed on the back of the book. They sound fun also.

Karyn Leversuch, 21st November 2008

Extras

  • Usborne Quicklinks
    See the Internet links for this book.
  • Find out more
    Find out more about synthetic phonics in the parent’s area of the Usborne Very First Reading website.