Singing Phonics 3: Song and Chants for Teaching Phonics (Singing Subjects)

Singing Phonics 3: Song and Chants for Teaching Phonics (Singing Subjects)

By: Catherine Birt (author), Emily Skinner (illustrator)Mixed Media

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Description

A songbook to support the teaching of phonics through songs, chants andgames, ideal for use alongside Letters and Sounds phases 4, 5 and 6.Continues the work of the successful Singing Phonics and Singing Phonics 2. Singing Phonics 3 is the third in the successful Singing Phonics song collection designed to support phonics teaching and enrich young children's experience of language in a fun and interactive way. Itfollows Singing Phonics and Singing Phonics 2, and is ideal for use with phases 4, 5 and 6 of the'Letters and Sounds' phonics programme, published by the Primary National Strategy. It is a highly useful addition to any phonics scheme. Each song or chant is accompanied by a set of activities (including photocopiable resources) and ideas for further development. The pack includes a CD with sample performances. Many songs have familiar tunes, making Singing Phonics 3 a highly user-friendly resource with no music reading required.

About Author

Helen MacGregor is Teacher Adviser for Music in Kent and has writtenmany of A&C Black's most popular and successful music titles, including Bingo Lingo, Singing French and Singing English. Catherine Birt is the CLLD (Communication, Language and Literacy Development) Consultant for Kent. She is responsible for delivering the 'Letters and Sounds' programme in Kent. Both authors have written the other books in the Singing Phonics series.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781408123744
  • Format: Mixed Media
  • Number Of Pages: 80
  • ID: 9781408123744
  • weight: 260
  • ISBN10: 1408123746

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  • 1st Class Delivery: Yes
  • Courier Delivery: Yes
  • Store Delivery: Yes

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