Structured literacy and decodable booksfor older students
Complete set of titles , in a journal box.
Price per set for 1-3 sets
This kit contains:
All about who produces gas…
By Jan Farr – 228 words
One little spot in the sun, and all the animals want it.
By Betsy Sewell – 285 words
The cat has a problem: how to get that big dog off her mat.
Rat comes up with a plan. But of course, the plan has benefits for the rat as well.
By Betsy Sewell – 294 words
A playful little puppy gets bitten by a bug hiding in the rug.
By Betsy Sewell – 307 words
Mum says No to every pet Meg suggests, so she takes inspiration from her rag doll and makes a rag pet.
By Betsy Sewell – 382 words
No-one likes the wet dog being too playful – and getting them wet!
By Jan Farr – 188 words
Mum interferes with the race so that her boy is the winner.
By Betsy Sewell – 335 words
How do you get rid of masses of bugs in the jam? Perhaps they are not bugs, after all.
By Betsy Sewell – 341 words
Nan jets in and fixes the problem of the jam spilt on Mum’s best rug.
By Jan Farr – 284 words
Mum’s cooking leaves much to be desired.
By Betsy Sewell – 219 words
Pop just wants a little kip in the sun, but the kids annoy him with their pop guns.
By Jan Farr – 305 words
Mum is too ill to get up – until someone brings her something delicious
By Jan Farr – 326 words
I am happy living in a bus with just the stuff I really need, but my mum is not happy, not at all.
By Betsy Sewell – 562 words
A tad, a dot, a jot, a dab – they all mean not a lot of dinner on the plate.
By Jan Farr – 233 words
What to do about a pet monster with monster hic cups?
By Betsy Sewell – 556 words
Many creatures make their home in a rotten log, until Tom sees its potential, and destroys it for them all.
By Betsy Sewell – 661 words
A slapstick cop and robber story.
By Betsy Sewell – 728 words
Dad goes pig hunting and comes home with a treat for the kids.
By Betsy Sewell – 528 words
Todd wants a pet, but the pitfalls of pet ownership need to be considered.
By Betsy Sewell – 682 words
The hero of this story is determined to get to work on time, but just how many different things can go wrong? Does he, in the end, get to keep his job?
By Betsy Sewell – 740 words