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Group Readers

Reception Group Readers (Non Fiction)

English
R

Wakey, wakey

This lovely story about wildlife awakening after the cold, dark winter will engage beginning readers with its repeating structure and colourful illustrations. A great group reader to accompany a topic on spring, this phonologically decodable text will encourage discussion about native British wildlife and how the countryside changes through the seasons.

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Group Readers

Reception Group Readers (Fiction)

English
R

The Race Across the River

This beautifully illustrated retelling of the traditional tale explains how each year came to be named after an animal. The Jade Emperor’s birthday celebration turns into an exciting race across the river. Which order will the animals arrive in? This lovely story offers an opportunity to discuss place numbers, as well as fitting in perfectly with teaching about Chinese New Year.

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Group Readers

Year 1 Group Readers (Fiction)

English
Y1

Dog Eat Dog

Ruth Mertten’s lovely story of naughty pets will delight beginning readers. Will the animals behave when their owner pops out for the day? Read along to find out!

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

Group Readers

Reception Group Readers (Non Fiction)

English
R

Spring for the birds

The birds begin to sing in this beautifully illustrated text, they build their nests, lay their eggs and raise their young. Children will enjoy reading about the different birds and how they care for their eggs and their babies. A lovely book to accompany learning about the changes that happen around us in spring.

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

Group Readers

Reception Group Readers (Non Fiction)

English
R

Owls and Dinosaurs

Do you know your Ankylosaurus from your Iguanodon? Join Baby Owl as he discovers more about all kinds of dinosaurs and how they are closer to him than we might think. This bright and colourful text is phonologically decodable and is a perfect group reader to accompany a topic on Dinosaurs.

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

Group Readers

Reception Group Readers (Fiction)

English
R

Sleeping Beauty

This enchanting fairy tale, retold by Ruth Merttens, provides a decodable version of the story perfect for using with emerging readers. The lively illustrations will engage the children’s interest as they discover the tale of a princess who slept for a hundred years. This book is ideal for using alongside a block of work on fairy tales.

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