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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.
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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I first came across this trugs system at the SEN Conference at Bolton Reebok Stadium I decided to...
I first came across this trugs system at the SEN Conference at Bolton Reebok Stadium I decided to purchase for both the school and also for my young son at home. I used it extensively with my son to engage him with reading, and he absolutely loved it, whilst at school we use it in conjunction with our other reading programmes to reinforce the skills they have already learnt, and once again the kids love it as something different to ‘test out’ their reading skills. Thoroughly recommend it!
Mark Webster, parent and teacher
5th November 2014Read More
Just to let you know- a British special needs and reading specialist, who comes to work with a fe...
Just to let you know- a British special needs and reading specialist, who comes to work with a few of our challenged students every week, was well impressed with the morning reading program using TRUGS. I asked her if we could improve in any way, and her response was a resounding no - a few 'graduates' of last year's program that she has worked with since have shown dramatic improvement in a few short months.
Sean, teacher in China.
3rd November 2014Read More
The games (trugs) are great and I find them particularly useful for older children as they includ...
The games (trugs) are great and I find them particularly useful for older children as they include harder words; it is hard to find games that just hit the spot for older children. I also love the high frequency words games as it’s a pain free way to learn to read them. Thank you. Linda
Linda Borthwick( Learning Support Teacher Wokingham Borough Council)
3rd November 2014Read More
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