ABOUT PHONIC BOOKS DANDELION LAUNCHERS READING AND WRITING ACTIVITIES FOR STAGES 16-20 THE ITCH (‘tch’ and ‘ve’, Two-Syllable Words, Suffixes -ed and -ing and Spelling <le>)
Interest Level: 3-5 years
Learn how to read with Dandelion Launchers decodable books for beginner readers.
Dandelion Launchers Reading and Writing Activities for Stages 16-20 are first reader books by Phonic Books which introduce children to a few letters and sounds at a time. This activity book accompanies Dandelion Launchers Extras Stages 16-20 and is perfect for children in Pre-K and Kindergarten who are learning to read, teaching different letter patterns through a series of activities.
Two books for every stage provide phonics practice while offering different stories and encouraging independent reading from the start of their journey. Each stage introduces new letters and sounds while supporting any previously taught phonic letters or sounds and high-frequency words or sight words.
Book 16a: The Itch (Stage 16: tch and ve)
Book 16b: The Ditch (Stage 16: tch and ve)
Book 17a: The Sandpit (Stage 17: simple two-syllable words)
Book 17b: The Muffin Shop (Stage 17: simple two-syllable words)
This beginner reader series features:
– Activities to practice previously taught spellings in Dandelion Launchers Extras Stages 16-20.
– Reading material aimed at children aged 4-6.
– Simple two-syllable words, suffixes ‘-ed’ and ‘-ing’, and two syllable words with the spelling ‘-le’.
This 134-page phonics activity book features:
– Introduction to the activity book
– A variety of activities to practice phonics materials taught in the accompanying book Dandelion Launchers Stages 16-20
About Phonics Books: Written especially for emergent, beginner, catch-up and struggling readers who require extra support, Phonic Books are a hi-interest, age-appropriate, decodable book series that ensure reading success and build confidence from the outset. Books, games, and activities developed by Phonic Books are designed to engage your child or students whether they are just starting out, or are struggling to read.