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Group Readers

Year 1 Group Readers (Fiction)

English
Y1

Boris and Sid go on a tram

This is a short simple narrative, written so that any child, even those who are just beginning to recognise print, can read it. It uses a repeated phrase and easily decodable words. Fun, with great illustrations, this is a winner.

You can purchase printed copies of this Group Reader from Hamilton Education.

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation

Composition: Plan and write a short story in the style of Shaun Tan

English
Y5

Summary PowerPoint
This short presentation summarises the conventions for using commas, dashes and brackets to add parenthesis as well as the rules for punctuating direct speech.

Group Readers

Year 1 Group Readers (Fiction)

English
Y1

No friends

This lovely story about a hedgehog called Tammy, who starts at a new school, is a great way to discuss issues around friendship. Children will enjoy seeing how Tammy’s newly learned strategies for making friends work out so well for her in the end.

You can purchase printed copies of this Group Reader from Hamilton Education.

Group Readers

Core Unit 1 – Read, recognise and enjoy a text about superheroes

English
Y1

Superheroes All Sorts
A quite superb book which points out that there are many types of superhero – human and otherwise! All children (and adults) will love the illustrations which can make us laugh out loud. This text is perfect for beginning readers.

You can purchase printed copies of this Group Reader from Hamilton Education.

Group Readers

Year 1 Group Readers (Fiction)

English
Y1

The Dog and the lost Mum, by Ruth Merttens, is suitable for children right at the very start of their reading journey. Phonically decodable cvc words predominate in this simple story about a hungry dog.

You can purchase printed copies of this Group Reader from Hamilton Education.

SPaG: Grammar and Punctuation

SPAG: Use brackets, dashes or commas to indicate parenthesis

English
Y5

Parenthesis PowerPoint
Children are introduced to the idea of adding extra information into a complete sentence and learn how to use commas, brackets and dashes to indicate parenthesis. They look at the effect that each of these types of punctuation have.