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Reading Champion: How Elephant Learnt Some Manners : Independent Reading 12, Paperback / softback Book

Reading Champion: How Elephant Learnt Some Manners : Independent Reading 12 Paperback / softback

Illustrated by Tomislav Zlatic

Part of the Reading Champion series

Paperback / softback

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This story is part of Reading Champion, a series carefully linked to book bands to encourage independent reading skills, developed with Dr Sue Bodman and Glen Franklin of UCL Institute of Education (IOE).

This book is aimed at Independent Reading 12, for readers aged 7 years old and up, or in the second half of Year 3. Elephant is the biggest and also thinks he's the best.

He's always a bit rude to the other animals, until some clever squirrels teach him a lesson. Reading Champion offers independent reading books for children to practise and reinforce their developing reading skills. Fantastic, original stories are accompanied by engaging artwork and a reading activity.

Each book has been carefully graded so that it can be matched to a child's reading ability, encouraging reading for pleasure. The Key Stage 2 Reading Champion Books are suggested for use as follows:Independent Reading 11: start of Year 3 or age 7+Independent Reading 12: end of Year 3 or age 7+Independent Reading 13: start of Year 4 or age 8+Independent Reading 14: end of Year 4 or age 8+Independent Reading 15: start of Year 5 or age 9+Independent Reading 16: end of Year 5 or age 9+Independent Reading 17: start of Year 6 or age 10+Independent Reading 18: end of Year 6 or age 10+

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