Superphonics: Green Storybook: The Big Bath Band
By Ruth Miskin
Illustrated by Charlotte Hard
Part of a series of graded readers using the highly acclaimed Superphonics approach. 'Big Bath Band' focuses on the following sounds: double consonants, e.g. 'ss' as in 'kiss', blended consonants, e.g. 'ng' as in 'bang' and two or three consonants together, e.g. 'spl' as in 'splash', and 'nd' as in 'band'.
This Green Storybook will help children to learn to read using Ruth Miskin's highly effective Superphonics method. There are four levels in the Storybook series - Blue (the easiest), Green, Purple and Turquoise (the hardest). Each level is linked to one of the core Superphonics books. Green Storybooks practise the sounds taught in Superphonics Book 3.
All the Storybooks are fun to read and beautifully designed and illustrated in colour.
Ruth Miskin is a leading authority on phonics and the teaching of reading. She has over 20 years' teaching experience and until recently was head teacher of Kobi Nazrul School, Tower Hamlets, London. She was an adviser to the National Literacy Strategy and is now national training director of Success for All, a literacy programme which trains British teachers.
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19 Jul 2001
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Hodder Children's Books
Excellent what I have been looking for to get my children to actually read and decipher the text.
Having got through to year 4 with my eldest who does not want to put any effort into reading this
was a godsend - she had to read the text and sound out the words in order for the rhyming to
make sense of the story. Even my 5 year-olds were taken with the story and enthusiastic enough
to want to try out unknown words.
A reader from Surrey England, Amazon.co.uk, 19 October 2001
Children using Superphonics will move ahead faster than others in their class. — The Daily Telegraph (July 2000)
Ruth Miskin's results - objectively tested against the rest of the country - seem to speak for themselves. — Sunday Express (November 2000)
...it [Superphonics] is the best. — TES (September 2000)
Superphonics Storybooks from Hodder offer a welcome structure. — Right Start