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Learning to read in a fun way whether your child cannot read, has dyslexia or difficulty reading books, these phonic reading games are sure to increase literacy as well as vocabulary and help your children to read.
By playing trugs - teach reading using games - anyone who can read can improve any child’s reading.
It’s great fun for the children reading and playing these card games and they learn without even realising it!
trugs at home - for parents, carers and tutors £34.99 +vat each.
trugs - for schools £69.99 +vat each. Box 1, stages 1-5. Box 2, stages 6-10. Box 3 stages 11-15.
If you need to replace some of the games or have lost some of your trugs cards we have some replacement decks.
Please see the PDF above and either scan and email it to us at email@example.com or phone Joanna or Wendy on 01752 663775
NEW Trugs PICS - 3 Boxes for all Students - Ideal for EFL and EAL - £24.99 + vat each
Trugs Check – 4 decks to 'check' and assess progress after each trugs Box - £9.99 +vat each.
trugs literacy games help children learn to read using phonics
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Dear Mrs Jeffery
You gave my teacher, Miss Marianne, a pack of TRUGs cards for Stage 5 to give t...
Dear Mrs Jeffery
You gave my teacher, Miss Marianne, a pack of TRUGs cards for Stage 5 to give to me. They are fantastic and I can read them sort of well – just about. Thank you again for the TRUGs cards. I really prefer it to other games.
Bertie Burrell. (Garden House School)
19th October 2016Read More
I am emailing about trugs PICS with our Deaf Inclusion Worker, thinking that it will be a great w...
I am emailing about trugs PICS with our Deaf Inclusion Worker, thinking that it will be a great way to give visual support for reading.
I've already introduced him to trugs 0, Stage 1, Tricky Words etc. for two pupils he supports in Literacy Skills and all 3 are addicted!
I overheard one of the boys recently say, "I love trugs. I want to play it all day and all night."
On that cheerful note (a reminder of the joy you bring to us!), I'll sign off.
Linda, Denbury School
July 2016Read More
I have been using 'Trugs' at the end of each tutoring session. One boy, aged 12, looks forward to...
I have been using 'Trugs' at the end of each tutoring session. One boy, aged 12, looks forward to these games each week. He was so proud of himself, when he told his mum that he was reading multi-syllable words successfully. She was so pleased that he was so happy about reading! When we finished the 'last stage' he was actually disappointed as he thought we wouldn't play the games anymore! I intend to use a 'spelling' focus as a next step.
Alison, Primary teacher/tutor, Australia
7th December 2015Read More
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