Freda Frog’s Big Book of Rhymes (consonant clusters) gives practice in identifiying initial consonant clusters in words and reading the letters that represent these clusters. It provides a text for children to use a number of strategies to read.
Each of the four Big Books in Fun Phonics contains a wide selection of rhymes: traditional rhymes, alliterative rhymes which introduce the alphabet sounds as onsets, rhymes focusing on CVC words in the context of two lively stories, and rhymes focusing on consonant clusters as onsets.
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Use this Big Book to rhyme with Freda FrogAbout the Author:
Carol Doncaster is a Primary School Teacher with 20 years’ experience. At present, she works in Renfrewshire as a home link teacher, identifying and developing appropriate strategies to help raise achievement and to sustain young children in education.
Joyce Sweeney is Deputy Head Teacher at Baidbar Primary School in East Renfrewshire, Scotland, with responsibility for language, support for learning and educational needs. She has 20 years’ classroom teaching experience, most of which has been spent with the early stages of Primary School. She has additional qualifications in infant and nursery teaching.
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