This workbook will help children further develop their reading and writing. Practice and reinforce reading key words and use them in a sentence.
Many children will learn to read simple and more unusual or difficult words, before they can write these words. Their reading will develop quicker than their writing.
When children learn to read, they will be blending sounds together to read the word. Some words they will know by sight ,these are words that can’t always be sounded out to read e.g. one, are, all etc.
When children learn to write, they have many more things to focus on. The process is a bit more complicated.
For each word they write, they need to:
– know what they want to write
– spell the word / words e.g. by sounding out
– associate the sounds in each word to a letter/ letters – hold a pencil
– use the pencil to form the letters