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Reception Group Readers (Non Fiction)

Group Readers
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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.

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

Reception Group Readers (Non Fiction)

Group Readers
English
R

Grass for Tea

This beautifully illustrated non-fiction book is a perfect introduction to the genre for beginning readers. Children will be able to find out information about native British animals, presented in a clear, accessible way. This phonologically decodable text is a superb accompaniment to a block of work on factual texts.

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Reception Group Readers (Non Fiction)

Group Readers
English
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Do you like? 

This is a question and answer text, drawing on many experiences familiar to children but with a humorous twist which children will love. The simple illustrations and adjoining text are ideal for stimulating children’s own writing. 

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

Reception Group Readers (Non Fiction)

Group Readers
English
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Elver the Eel

Follow the journey of Elver the eel as he travels across the world to find a place to live and grow. See Elver and his friends avoid dangers from land and sea on their long journey and learn more about how the eels adapt as they grow and move. This beautifully illustrated text is great to use alongside a topic on lifecycles.

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

Reception Group Readers (Non Fiction)

Group Readers
English
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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

Reception Group Readers (Non Fiction)

Group Readers
English
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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