Pocket Rockets Phase 2 Booklets
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Introduce a love of reading to your pupils with these daily reading booklets. The 18 booklets introduce the phonemes learnt at Phase 2 in a daily progression. Each booklet can be re-used in the classroom or given to a child to take home, and even has a space for them to personalise their book.
Each boxed set contains 10 copies of each book, that's 180 booklets!
Introduce a love of reading to your pupils with these daily reading decodable text booklets. The 18 booklets introduce the phonemes learnt at Phase 2 in a daily progression.
Graphemes / Phonemes covered:
s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d, g, o, c, k, ck, e, u, r, h, d, f, ff, l, ll, ss.
+ Reading 7 tricky words. Blending, segmenting and reading simple captions.
Each booklet can be re-used in the classroom or given to a child to take home, and even has space for them to personalise their book.
- Each boxed set contains 10 copies of each fold-out booklet
- 180 booklets in total
- Size: folds out to 295mm x 95mm
2. Pit Pat
5. Sad Dad
7. Tom Tin Pot
8. Can Dad Nap
9. Can Dad Kip
10. Tick Tock Tick Tock
11. The Pet Gig
13. The Rat Pack
14. The Hot Dog Hut
15. Bad Bot
16. The Fun Run
17. A Lot of Buns
18. Miss Fusspot
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Great to have the next phase for the children to continue their learning journey.
These have been perfect for my students who are still consolidating their letter/sound knowledge and recall. We read the texts together in class, build some onset and rime words together and consolidate their learning. They are so proud of themselves when they take their books home and read them to their families. Reading would have been unaccessible for a long time if they hadn’t started using the Pocket Rockets. Thank you.
Love listening to my grand daughter reading Pocket Rockets to me.