Oxford First Rhyming Dictionary

Oxford First Rhyming Dictionary

by JohnFoster (Author), Mary Mc Quillan (Illustrator), KatieSaunders (Illustrator), Charlotte Canty (Illustrator)


This is an innovative, cutting-edge dictionary full of words that rhyme, rhyming families, rhyming sounds, and poems. It will help children to write their own poetry, rap, slogans, songs, rhyming stories or just to extend their writing vocabulary. It is the only rhyming dictionary aimed at children aged 5-8 years, compiled by a poet and tested with teachers and children. It contains 60 original poems - wacky, cheeky, and funny - all written by the well-known children's poet John Foster. It is illustrated with bright, contemporary, and humorous artwork. There is alphabet border on each spread. It features Y1 and Y2 words from NLS, is suitable for all KS1 (Scottish Guidelines P1-P3), plus contains catch-up support for KS2 (P4-P7). Special attention is given to words that rhyme but are spelled differently eg. mole/goal. Indexes list all the words in the dictionary as well as rhyming sounds as required by schools. It encourages pupils to read and spell phonically decodable two and three syllable word eg. Sure.


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Format: Paperback
Pages: 80
Publisher: Franklin Watts
Published: 09 Jan 2003

ISBN 10: 0199109249
ISBN 13: 9780199109241
Children’s book age: 5-7 Years
Book Overview: Use rhyming phonics to write riddles, raps and poems