Learn to Read at Home with Bug Club: Red Pack (Pack of 6 reading books with 4 fiction and 2 non-fiction)
Bug Club is the first phonics-based school reading programme that joins books with an online reading world to teach children to read. With a fantastic mix of fiction, non-fiction, comics and phonics, and characters with kid-cred such as Walllace & Gromit, Casper the Friendly Ghost and Shaun the Sheep, plus new characters like the Mermaids and the Fang Family, thereÂ s plenty to engage both girls and boys. Bug Club books are ideal for reading at home too, as additional practice or just for fun. Each Bug Club book is levelled to Book Bands (just like the books your child brings home from school in their book bag), so you can be sure you're buying great reads at the right level for your child. Helpful parent notes on the inside cover of each book highlight high frequency words and sounds, and the inside back cover includes ideas for games and activities related to each book.Bug Club's Red Level Reading Pack is great for encouraging your Foundation Stage early readers. It contains 4 fiction and 2 non-fiction books Â Rat and Cat in The Hat Trick; Eco Apes Use Rubbish; Rat and Cat in the Dance; Eco Apes Save Water; What Can You See; andBe a Pirate.Rat and Cat in The Hat Trick:Cat creeps up on Rat while he is sleeping. Rat offers to show Cat a trick, so Cat lets him go. Rat takes a cricket bat out of a hat, then he disappears into the hat. Where has he gone?Eco Apes Use Rubbish: Ragbag loves rubbish but the other Eco Apes arenÂ t so keen. So Ragbag teaches Bob and Dot that recycling can be fun by turning rubbish into some of their favourite things!Rat and Cat in the Dance: Cat creeps up and catches Rat while he is looking at a book. Rat says he will do a cool dance, so Cat lets him go. Rat puts on a costume and dances, but Cat sees his pants! Eco Apes Save Water: Ragbag, Dot and Bob want to save water. They try to collect rainwater with little success. Eventually, the Apes collect lots of water in a tub Â enough to fill their paddling pool!What Can You See: This book asks readers to look at a detail of a jungle creature and guess what the creature is.Be a Pirate: Playing pirates is great fun! This simple non-fiction book shows you how to dress up as a pirate captain or a ship hand.