It's easy to take reading and writing for granted when you've been doing it for years, and equally easy to forget how difficult it can be to learn it all when you're little.
Learning words phonetically has been the teaching method of choice for years, certainly ever since the Teenagers first started school back in the late 90s.
My youngest is currently getting to grips with learning to read and write and is doing really well with his phonics work and whilst he's not a Peppa Pig fan, and would be less than impressed if he was given this Peppa Pigs Fun Phonics system as a present, he'd happily play with someone else's.
There are 26 light up keys with letters, pictures and numbers to help your child become familiar with sounds, phonics, spelling, colours, letters and numbers.
The pointer at the top changes the activity and there's a repeat button too, so things can be heard again if necessary.
This Peppa Pigs Fun Phonics system needs three AA batteries, which are included, and is suitable for children aged three and over.
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