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Read with Oxford: Stage 3: Non-fiction: Fantastic Nature
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Find out about stinky flowers and giant trees, discover the amazing ways creatures use tricks to hide or find food, and sort fact from fiction in the animal quiz.
Explore the fantastic nature all around you in this fascinating collection of six Read with Oxford non-fiction texts, ideal for children who are growing in reading confidence. This collection includes six enjoyable non-fiction texts designed to get your child thinking about the wonders of the natural world from animals that disguise themselves as other animals to fish that can fly! Packed full of incredible facts, with full-colour photos and artwork. The texts are phonics-based and have been
specially written so that your child can read them for themselves. Tips for parents and fun after-reading activities help you to get the most out of the texts.
Featuring much-loved characters, great authors, engaging storylines and fun activities, Read with Oxford offers an exciting range of carefully levelled reading books to build your child's reading confidence.
Find practical advice, free eBooks and fun activities to help your child progress on oxfordowl.co.uk. Let's get them flying!
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These books will support a childs reading journey at home with clear progression, step by step stages and online advice and resources. The books are designed to provide this progression and support in a fun way, rather than feeling like yet another chore to add to an already overburdened list. * cupoftoast.co.uk * [The Read with Oxford Stages] offer parents a way of pinpointing the most appropriate complimentary resources and activities to use at home as their children progress through the reading schemes. * booksfortopics.com * What I feel this range does, is to combine reading for progress with reading for pleasure. [...] there is a brilliant mix of modern and traditional tales, well-known characters, super-heroes and non-fiction [...] there really is something for everyone. * bitsybookworms.com *