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Nana, what is an information text? - pack of 6

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(KS1 - Harder
Nana, what’s an information text? By Ruth Merttens, is a humorous story, told by a dinosaur. It provides a lot of information about information texts. Brilliantly conceived and illustrated, this is a must when introducing non-fiction texts as a genre. 

Group Readers are short, illustrated books designed to be read with 3 to 6 children, working as a group. They are sold cheaply at cost so that each child can have their own copy and can follow the text as it is read. They are matched to the stages of learning phonics, from basic (linked to Code-Breakers Books 1 or 2) to more advanced (linked to Code-Breakers Book 4). They can be used alongside any phonics scheme.

Used in Hamilton Plans: Year 2 Summer Non-fiction 1 Information Texts