This engaging information book explores life in the British seas through the eyes of real-life diver and professional photographer Arthur Kingdon. Vibrant and colourful photographs show the varied nature of life under the sea, looking at big sharks, shoals of small fish, jellyfish and extremely playful seals!
*Collins Big Cat Phonics Progress books are specifically designed for struggling readers, giving them age-appropriate texts that they can read, building their confidence and fostering positive attitudes towards reading. This title has a text level of Band 4 / Blue, which provides longer, repeated patterns with sequential events, and an interest level of Band 8 / Purple.
*Text type: A non-fiction recount
*On pages 14 to 15, photographs and labels of different things that can be found in the British seas help children to recap the information from the book and provide a wealth of speaking and listening opportunities.
*Curriculum links: Geography
Series Editor, Kay Hiatt has been an English Advisor, Headteacher, Ofsted Inspector, manager of the National Literacy Strategy and project leader of a PSA for Raising Standards in Literacy at Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1. She is a consultant for the Basic Skills Agency and most recently a freelance Literacy consultant and author of many books and articles.