SPONSORED PRODUCT: Plays presented by Julia Donaldson

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Kids across the UK love to read with Bug Club because it offers so many great ways to enjoy their favourite characters and stories; from eBooks to readers, comics, photo novels, non-fiction and more.

Kids across the UK love to read with Bug Club because it offers so many great ways to enjoy their favourite characters and stories; from eBooks to readers, comics, photo novels, non-fiction and more.



Catch the reading bug with the only phonics-based reading program connecting an immersive online reading world to fantastic print books, comics and plays packed with kid-friendly characters like Doctor Who, Wallace and Gromit, and Ben 10.



That's why we're excited to announce a project with Children's Laureate Julia Donaldson to bring a range of key stage 1 plays to Bug Club in 2013.



Children love plays, which are a brilliant way of helping them to read fluently and with expression. Read the play aloud, and then swap the parts again and again till all six readers are confident with the new words. Then you can perform a rehearsed reading to the rest of the class. Coming to a classroom near you are:



• Thirty six short plays designed to improve reading fluency and ideal for both guided and independent reading (also available as interactive eBooks with audio for each part).



• Six plays for the whole class to perform and love, based on popular kids picture books.



• For a sneak peek, visit www.pearsonprimary.co.uk/juliadonaldson.


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