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Additional information

Publisher ‏

‎ Coordination Group Publications Ltd (CGP) (17 June 2020)

Language ‏

‎ English

Paperback ‏

‎ 64 pages

ISBN-10 ‏

‎ 1789084830

ISBN-13 ‏

‎ 978-1789084832

Reading age ‏

‎ 5 – 6 years

Dimensions ‏

‎ 21 x 0.4 x 29.5 cm

10 reviews for KS1 Phonics Year 1 Daily Practice Book: Summer Term   Import  Single ASIN  Import  Muleiple ASIN ×Product customization Go

  1. elisa simonati

    Ho acquistato molti dei loro libri per i miei bambini di 6 e 8 anni e sono veramente ben fatti, si può seguire bene il programma scolastico a casa o rafforzare ciò che è stato appreso durante l’anno durante l’estate, sicuramente li prenderò anche per gli anni successivi.Perfetto per chi fa homeschooling.Prezzo a dir poco ottimo.

  2. Mrs E De Carteret

    So quick
    Bought a set of four workbooks to build my son’s confidence in a couple of areas before returning to school in September. Only doing one page of each book was painless for him and done quickly, while improving things like his handwriting/spelling/phonics/maths concepts etc. would recommend.

  3. Cynthia

    Best buys
    Always buying, addicted to these .

  4. T M

    I’m really pleased with this book really good to practice at home for home learning.

  5. CobWeb🕸️

    The last part of Phase 5 of ‘Letters and Sounds’, which includes:
    ~ Alternative ways of spelling sounds~ The new sound “zh”~ More tricky words and silent lettersPart of CGP’s Summer Term practice books, the detail on the inside front cover indexes the other books in the ‘Letters and Sounds Programme’.The practice book is divided over 12 weeks, each with 5 days as per the CONTENTS, which doubles as a ✔️ box record of which pages have been attempted.Next up is ‘HOW TO USE THIS BOOK’ (image below refers), which explains the format.With general snippets of information included in the written pieces, tasks include underlining, ticking or circling the relevant word, matching, copying or writing…even, a spot of colouring in…with the occasional handy reminder dotted around, e.g. ‘Remember to use capital letters and full stops.’Stapled in the middle x 2, the card front cover, which has space for ‘NAME’ & ‘CLASS’, opens to 60 reasonable quality, numbered pages, interspersed with colourful little pictures.Each page ends with a ‘score’ box, to record the result.The ‘LOOK INSIDE’ facility & current stock images above give a good idea of the content.From the back cover:☀️ ‘Give a warm welcome to CGP’s summer term Phonics book!It’s summer term of Year 1, and CGP’s daily Phonics practice is hotting up…~ Brilliant mixed practice for every day of term…✔️ The perfect way to build Phonics skills in Year 1~ Fun and colourful pictures on every page…✔️ Yep, there’s plenty to keep children interested!~ Matched to the ‘Letters and Sounds’ programme…✔️ Of course ~ it fits the Primary Curriculum perfectly!Trust CGP to make phonics memorable ~ you’ll never be a letter forgotten 😊’[23 images attached © CGP & edu-clips 2020]

  6. Mum

    What I like about this book is that is really engaging for little ones. Creative and fun games and exercises.

  7. bookworm8

    Useful book but needs careful explanations to ensure meaningful learning.
    This book fits with the curriculum for five year olds and supports what schools are expected to teach.The exercises assume a wide knowledge of vocabulary and of experiences, which many young children will not yet have. To give a child a fair chance of learning the required phonics, a lot of prior teaching is essential to make the exercises meaningful to a small child and to ensure that they do not end up more bewildered than enlightened by these exercises.On page 27, children at this stage are just learning about the phoneme ‘ur’ but are asked to select the correct spelling of five words on the page from a choice of two versions of each. Without prior exposure to the spelling of these words they can easily select the incorrect version and may feel discouraged and guilty ar getting it wrong. Surely giving both versions, highlighting the phoneme in the correct one and asking the child to explain what sound the letters are making would be a more memorable and positive learning experience? Also, some of the pictures may not mean a lot to a number of children without prior explanation, a workout and worship, as shown, may not be common experiences for many five year olds. Also, p52, Michelle’s facial and pampering session may not be vocabulary all five year olds are familiar with. This is not to say the book is not useful. It is. But I feel it should be used with plenty of explanation and support and not as quick, independent exercises. I am sure most teachers and parents will know that learning phonics is brilliantly supplemented by reading, so that many of the words can be encountered and repeatedly experienced in meaningful settings such as stories, poems, plays and songs.

  8. Flower

    this is what we needed
    This is exactly what we needed. We are behind with phonics and this book helping us a lot to go back on track

  9. Lesley70

    KS1 Phonics Daily Practice – Year 1 Summer Term
    I have used CGP books a lot with my children and have always been impressed with the way they try and engage students with topics that may not always be the most interesting.If you’re not familiar with the Daily Practice books it’s worth reading the How to Use this Book page at the start. The page explains the format of the activities and how you should work through them. It also explains how they’ve used word frames consisting of a box for each sound, and that tricky words (words that can’t be sounded out or have an unexpected sound) are written in blue boxes. The book does follow the National Curriculum “Letters and Sounds” programme but be aware that your school’s phonics lessons may introduce the sounds in a different order.I think the other thing to be aware of is that this book is for the Summer Term of Year 1, so if your child has only just started year 1 they probably need the Autumn Term book, as this book may have sounds that they haven’t yet been taught.The book has 60 activity pages – assuming a 12 week term with 5 days per week. Activities include – finding specific sounds; circling the correct word; picking words that contain the same sound; underlining silent letters; matching sentences to pictures and there’s even a little bit of colouring as well. The book is brightly illustrated throughout and with only one page per day shouldn’t be too overwhelming.Niggle – I do realise this is considered basic phonics but I wish that there were answer pages included.Overall though, a very good book to have, especially if your child needs extra phonics practice or just a bit of a boost with their confidence.

  10. Storyteller

    easy to use to teach little ones
    We have many books of this company, and we find them very easy to use to teach our little ones.During lockdown, we used these books every day, and our little ones enjoyed.They are simple and easy to use as a tool, for little learners.Illustrations are nice and it helps with learning.Overall, a great book to use.Fully recommended.

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