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Bug Club Guided combines beautiful print books and eBooks that your children will want to read, plus:

  • pupil workbooks
  • teachers cards
  • an online teacher toolkit
  • and professional development courses shown to increase effectiveness of materials*

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Guided reading materials that encourage deeper thought

Guided Reading packages come with materials that will help you to encourage children’s comprehension skills.

They include:
  • Multi-session guided reading cards for every book at KS1/P1-3
  • Weekly teaching cards to help you structure your teaching at KS2/P4-7
  • An online teacher toolkit packed with additional teaching support, including weekly and daily plans, supporting audio/visual resources and more
  • Pupil workbooks which, as part of the teaching cycle, move on your children’s comprehension, develop their vocabulary, and provide an opportunity for meaningful formative assessment and evidence collection

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* Results after 18 months from an independent study carried out by leading academics from UCL Institute of Education (IOE), in partnership with the Pearson UK Research Team. Research findings on progression are based on pupils being ahead of the control group. Read more about the study.

 

Packaging


Key Stage 1 / P1-3

  • 133 titles
  • Guided reading cards
  • Photocopiable masters
  • Activities
  • Reporting

From £449


Key Stage 2 / P4-7

  • 120 titles
  • Weekly teaching cards
  • Online teacher toolkit
  • Pupil workbooks

From £249


Whole school

  • 253 titles
  • Guided reading cards (KS1 / P1-3)
  • Photocopiable masters (KS1 / P1-3)
  • Activities (KS1 / P1-3)
  • Reporting (KS1 / P1-3)
  • Online teacher toolkit (KS2 / P4-7)
  • Pupil workbooks

From £549

Reviews

"Fun, interactive, engaging and most importantly, makes reading an experience that children can be proud of."

Kelly Holden-White
Literacy Coordinator
St Marys' RC Primary School, Bicester

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