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Contents
Reading Caterpillar’s Voice Activities Initial Sounds Capital Letters Reading Brown Hares Activities Initial Sounds Using Words Reading The Foolish Crow Activities Vowel Sounds Full Stops Published by Collins An imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers 77–85 Fulham Palace Road Hammersmith London W6 8JB

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Reading Tigers Activities Word Endings: ‘ing’ Grammar Reading Activities Phonics Questions The Real Princess

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Reading Chimpanzees Activities Word Endings: ‘ss’, ‘ll’ Capital Letters Reading Sheep Activities Phonics Compound Words Reading The Hedgehog Activities Final Blends Compound Words The Crow and the Jug Reading Activities Final Blends Grammar Reading The Fox and the Goat Activities Word Endings: ‘all’ Using Words Reading The Circus Comes to Town Activities Word Endings: ‘y’ Grammar Reading Taking a Donkey to Market Activities Phonics Grammar Puzzle Page

Reading The Silver on the Hearth Activities Vowel Sounds Capital Letters Reading All for a Pansa Activities Revision Capital Letters Reading Robert the Bruce and the Spider

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Activities Initial Blends Capital Letters Reading Activities Phonics Grammar

The Boy who Cried Wolf

Reading The Turnip Activities Word Families Grammar Reading Activities Phonics Questions The Lion and the Mouse

Reading Fire Wrapped in Paper Activities Word Endings: ‘ck’ Grammar

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Reading
A
Read the story.

Activities
A
Write yes or no.
1. Hare hid in Caterpillar’s house. 2. Caterpillar had a big voice. 3. Frog was too scared to help. 4. Caterpillar said he was an elephant eater. 5. Caterpillar ran away.

no yes no yes yes

B

Write the correct word.
voice elephant house animal eater . . than Caterpillar. .

1. Caterpillar was a tiny

animal

2. Caterpillar said he was an elephant eater

Caterpillar’s Voice
(a traditional story of the Maasai people from East Africa) One day, Caterpillar hid in Hare’s house. When Hare came home, he called, “Who’s there?” “I’m an elephant eater!” said Caterpillar in a big voice. Hare was scared. He asked his friends Jackal, Rhino and Elephant to help, but they were all too frightened. Then a little frog came along. “I’ll help you, Hare,” he said. “Who’s there?” he shouted. Caterpillar yelled, “I’m an elephant eater!” Frog shouted, in an even bigger voice, “Good! I eat elephant eaters!” “Oh, help!” said Caterpillar and ran away. Hare and Frog saw him and laughed. Why had everyone been...
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