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The majority of pages are undamaged with some creasing or tearing, and pencil underlining of text, but this is minimal. They send home stuff that is innapporpirate and suitable for year 5 or 6 or they send home stuff there is no point in bothering with. This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and (if not signed in) for advertising. Inter Library Loan requests: Due to a major technology outage currently experienced by the British Library, some ILL requests may be subject to delays. My DD2 is 6, in Year 1 and on Stage 3 Oxford Reading Tree, but I have no idea how this compares to the Ginn books.

Ex-library book with stamps on the first page, it is also likely to have a small shelf number sticker on the spine. The NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS Book- Adorable Illustrated Storybook- Pristine Condition- Perfect for Tabletop Holiday Decor Vintage B. We are really lucky at the DSs' school, in that once they can read, they're allowed to take books in from home rather than the school's 'free readers' (which are a rather uninspiring selection). We have resorted to getting Leapfrog and Hopscotch reading books out of the library - she loves them and gets through a few each week.

Issymum - ds1 (6 at the end of March) is also on level 6 (but they work their way through a few different schemes, rather than sticking to one, so he's done all the levels but with, supposedly, same levels of other schemes slotted in at the appropriate point). They're excruciatingly awful, both of us hate going through them, and some of them are downright odd (has anyone sen "The New Girlw" - gave dd bad dreams). I’ve tried to make sense of some of the different schemes in one table here, so parents can see how the schemes relate.

Ds2 starts reception in Sept and I suspect he might be a tougher nut to crack (may be a bit unfair - I don't really know yet I guess) and I can see that boring and uninspiring books aren't going to help with children that don't want to do it/are struggling in the first place. No, according to her teacher at our last parent-teacher meeting, DD1 is generally floating around in the second quartile. We started off with Biff, Kipper and Co and it says everything that I look back to those days with fond memories . I have 6 years experience of working in school I have yet to find a child who is motivated by the Ginn books they are a waste of shelf space in the library.The most interesting ones we've had are the Literacy Land Info Trail ones here - they have some quite hard words in and they are full of great info. That was May 2012 and there may have been changes or updates later in 2012 and 2013, so I’m not sure I’d want you to take it as gospel. I think that sometimes teachers can be surprised by how quickly an individual child has progressed, and so bump them up several levels when they assess their reading.

and finding it turgid, dull and pretty much guaranteed to drain any joy from the process of reading. I've bought the Ladybird Read It Yourself series Levels 3 and 4 (lots of easy to read fairy stories) in the hopes that it ignites even a tiny spark of pleasure for DD1. swissmiss (2), wotte (2), burdettp (2), RachAnn (2), Bandings (2), HightowerLA (2), wingedaltrux (2), gpsman (2), ekscott7 (2), esther_a (2), MerryMary (2), janimar (2), greganddeb (2), ChildOfErasmus (2), jalual (2), margoletta (2), piemouth (2), saxtontual (1), jltcschmidt (1), HiViewLibrary (1), mkelly62 (1), bronwynm (1), DevonsCoffee (1), TessaNelson8821 (1), megysu88 (1), bibliothekar_nz (1), AuntGale (1), WolfScout55 (1), jjallencounselling (1), Millsap (1), AlishaPennings (1), PlumfieldLL (1), IrwinLibrary (1), dlr3292 (1), slathrop (1), The_Sheila_Jean_LBL (1), southwestbookworm (1), Doris0816 (1), ChristyMacEwan (1), ashagglibrary (1), Mrs.if they are, please can someone tell me what level books their child is reading and how old your child is? Read more about the condition Very Good: A book that has been read and does not look new, but is in excellent condition.

Seller has stated it will dispatch the item within 1 working day upon receipt of cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab . My son is 9, with a reading age unrecordable by his school, as their assessments only go up to age 11.

Ejemplar Usado, puede (o no) contener signos de uso como firma, anotaciones o subrayados, consultenos para mayor informacion del estado. They are 2nd or third hand, as some of the school stamps inside are from long defunct Infant Schools. To enable personalized advertising (like interest-based ads), we may share your data with our marketing and advertising partners using cookies and other technologies. At some level I feel angry that the school is deploying a reading scheme that is almost guaranteed to turn my child away from reading for pleasure.

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