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Readers

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Interactive Letterland allows children to play games, listen to songs and start to learn letter sounds with lots of actions.

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Go on a reading adventure with your L‍‍‍etterland friends in this new series of 26 books. Carefully designed imaginative stories allow you to share the reading experience with levelled sections for your child to read with minimal support.

These engaging short stories are designed for children learning to read and write using the Letterland system. They are fully decodable and contain a few 'tricky' words. As children progress through these readers, new letter sounds and 'tricky' words are added and previous learning is revised. The progression links directly to the teaching order used in the Letterland Phonics Teacher's Guide.

Each story begins with an introduction to the character, it's shape and sound. You will then go on an imaginative adventure with the character. The story or rhyme features lots of alliterative words and is also available to download and listen to if pronunciation support is required.

Parts for early readers

Sentences made up of words using the 26 letters on the alphabet in their most phonically regular form. Also included are a few carefully chosen high-frequency 'tricky' words with irregular sounds, such as 'are' and 'the'. Irregular parts are shown in blue.

You can also download each story to listen on any device that plays mp3s.

Set 1

Set 2

Download the stories as mp3s

Phonic focus:

c, a, a, d, h, m, t, s, i, i, n, g, o, o, p, s (plural), s/z/, e, e, ss, u, u, k, ck, ng. Learn more >

Phonic focus:

sh, ch, th, th, l, f, ff, ll, b, j, all, r, qu, v, ve, o (as in son), w, x, y, z. Learn more >

‍‍‍My Alphabet Storybo‍‍‍oks

Phonics Readers Sets 1–4

Parts for beginner readers

These words can be read by just sounding and blending the letters into words. l i c k = lick.
Letters are introduced in 'satp' order.

For a full list of the teaching elements in each storybook click here.

Listen to the stories online!

With a smart phone or tablet you can download a free QR Reader from your app store. Simply scan the code inside each book, then press‘play’ to listen to the story. (Fluent reader part only. 3G or WiFi connection required.)

Try it now! Scan the above QR code with your smart phone or tablet to hear the story Lucy Lamp Light likes to listen.

FREE mp3

FREE mp3

Annie Apple
and the ants

FREE mp3

FREE mp3

Dippy Duck
and the dentist

FREE mp3

FREE mp3

Golden Girl
and the gap

FREE mp3

FREE mp3

Harry Hat Man
and his habit

FREE mp3

FREE mp3

Impy Ink
is at the sink

Kicking King
and his socks

FREE mp3

Jumping Jim
is just jumping

FREE mp3

Lucy Lamp Light
likes to listen

FREE mp3

FREE mp3

Munching Mike
and the moon

Oscar Orange
at the docks

FREE mp3

Noisy Nick
in the night

FREE mp3

Peter Puppy
at the play park

FREE mp3

FREE mp3

Quarrelsome Queen
and her quiz

Sammy Snake
isn't satisfied

FREE mp3

Red Robot
and the recycling

FREE mp3

Talking Tess
and her tent

FREE mp3

FREE mp3

Uppy Umbrella
is so upset

Walter Walrus
and the weather

FREE mp3

Vicky Violet
and the vet

FREE mp3

Fix-it Max
can't fix that

FREE mp3

Yellow Yo-yo Man
and his yogurt

FREE mp3

Zig Zag Zebra
and the buzz

Set 3

Set 4

Phonic focus:

consonant blends, y (as i), a_e, i_e, e_e, o_e, u_e, ed, ed, ed, y (as e), ai, ay, ee, ea, oa, ie, ve. Learn more >

Phonic focus:

ar, or, ir, ur, er, ow, igh, oo, oo, u (as in put), aw, au, ew, ew, ou, ow, oi, oy, air, ear. Learn more >