Trugs for School box 1
Trugs for Schools Box 1 for mainstream and 1:1 intervention
Approx reading age 6-71/2 years
Interest level 5-95 years
Contains 5 stages - 20 card games in all
1 Explanation card
1 Story Booklet
1 Pupil Record Booklet and Instructions
Each box has 5 stages with:
Four decodable card games... three games; practise, reinforce and consolidate phonics knowledge - one game for language extension and literacy development
One Explanation Booklet with two compatible decodable stories at each stage to practice specific phonics knowledge
One Pupil Record Booklet gto track and monitor individual pupil progress professionally and effectively.
- easy to deliver
- incidental reading
- requires no training
- all staff/parents can use trugs effectively
- students love the games and ask for more
Play the games at each of the stages
- Get it, Match it and Take it card games enable students and children to practise, reinforce and consolidate reading.
- Use it card game develops sentence construction and increases vocabulary knowledge.
- Explanation Card explains what each Stage is and how to teach that stage
Progress with reading is inevitable; the learner picks up the phonic patterns easily and then reinforces them every time they play the games, over and over again.
Each stage practices the phonic rules below, building on the previous stage
Stage 1: cvc examples: sat yes big fox hug
Stage 2: ccvc. examples: pram shall trip snack
Stage 3: cvcc and ccvcc examples: left best crash drank
Stage 4: two syllable words examples: magnet instruct
Satege 5: 'ar' - 'or' - 'er'. examples car port standard
What the teachers say...
At last! We have an extremely effective and thoroughly enjoyable means of teaching children to read. In all honesty, pupils are fully engaged in learning to read without knowing it. A second-to-none phonics resource. Mr Lucas
WOW I am blown away. I work with secondary pupils with reading ages of 6 and below. You have saved the day. Amanda Tweeddale
I am using all three trugs boxes and they are excellent. We are nearly at the end of Box 3 with a small group of students and their word reading has improved enormously. Rebekah Knott