FUN LEARNING GAMES
FUN READING GAMES
The following games are designed to introduce your child to some of the 100 high frequency words.
They are the words that we use each and every day in our speech, our reading and our writing. They're often the words that go around nouns and verbs in a sentence. For example: I went to the shop and I bought an apple. The bold letters make up some of the words I am talking about. We use them every day and if your child knows them it is a great way of kick starting their reading.
Click on any of the animals below to take you to that game.
I suggest working through them each in order as the learning is sequential and cumulative.
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