Read at Home First Skills Collection Oxford Reading Tree 8 Books Set (Early Readers)

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Kipper’s Weather Week

Read at Home First Skills are fun early learning books, which use your favourite Oxford Reading Tree characters to introduce important first skills to your child. Your favourite Oxford Reading Tree characters make learning fun and memorable. Read at Home First Skills books are the perfect accompaniment to all your Oxford Reading Tree Read at Home storybooks. As with all Read at Home books, the story ends with fun activities for parent and child to enjoy together. Kipper’s Weather Week: Kipper is building a den in the garden, but can it survive the weather? This story introduces children to a range of weather types, descriptive weather words and to the four seasons. The questions and activities at the end of the story consolidate their learning and help develop the skill of recognising different types of weather and their properties. Throughout the story the weather is recorded on Kipper’s Weather Chart on the left-hand page and then the weather is explored in the context of the story text on the right-hand page.

2. Wilf’s Shapes

Read at Home First Skills are fun early learning books, which use your favourite Oxford Reading Tree characters to introduce important first skills to your child. Your favourite Oxford Reading Tree characters make learning fun and memorable. Read at Home First Skills books are the perfect accompaniment to all your Oxford Reading Tree Read at Home storybooks. As with all Read at Home books, the story ends with fun activities for parent and child to enjoy together. Wilf’s Shapes: The children go on a treasure hunt for shapes! This story introduces children to a variety of 2D and 3D shapes. The questions and activities at the end of the story consolidate their learning and help develop the skill of recognising different shapes and their properties. Throughout the story the shapes are introduced on the left-hand page and then are also highlighted in the context of the story text on the right-hand page. Children are encouraged to find as many shapes as they can in each detailed illustration.

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