- Monday 10 October 2022
Read, achieve and progress at home!
Reading for Me is our brand-new workbook series to help develop your pupils’ reading skills on their journey to becoming independent readers! Featuring a dyslexia-friendly font, each Reading for Me workbook contains a variety of texts, all with accompanying worksheets. The workbooks contain questions to consolidate reading and comprehension, also allowing teachers (and parents!) to check that children actually read and understood the texts. Featuring both a physical workbook and online portal for 1st class through 6th, improving your pupils’ reading skills has never been easier!
Check out the positive reception of our new series in the reviews below!
'Reading for Me is such an incredible resource to help support pupil learning at home. Not only are pupils developing their reading skills, they are gaining a deeper understanding of texts through the six question that accompany each text. A must have for those that want to provide extra support to their children's learning.'
'I like how it has a large range of text types so it can easily suit your planning. You can link in your text type that you’re teaching in writing with reading so easily. The differentiation of texts amongst each text type is wonderful and definitely suits a wide range of learners! The comprehension questions truly match the text and ability level so well and the texts are super interesting. There is a wide range of text topics and I believe pupils would find them extremely interesting. I think this book would be suited for any ability, whether it be taught or used in a whole class setting, once a week, every day, with higher ability pupils completing it independently, lower ability pupils supported by ES or classroom teacher. What a wonderful resource!'
'I love the unique texts in Reading for Me! My students have found it very engaging as there are different text types. It varies in difficulty which accommodates for my pupils with their various capabilities. The layout is simple to follow and I like how there are only 6 questions for pupils to complete to consolidate their understanding of the text.'