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Read Successfully Ltd, Mount Stone Cottage, Mount Stone Cottage, Mount Stone Road, Plymouth , PL1 3RW


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Trugs (Read Successfully Ltd)

What does it do?
Trugs – teach reading using games – is a set of structured phonics card games that enable students to learn to read up to a reading age in excess of 15yrs. They have been designed by Joanna Jeffery MBE who is a dyslexia specialist and teacher of over 30 years. The phonics structure is numbered making it easy to follow. The games are highly engaging to capture students’ enthusiasm and enjoyment of learning to read. The trugs resource includes assessment, tracking and monitoring. There are games to improve decoding skills, fluency of reading, vocabulary acquisition as well as specific games for the tricky words. There are research findings by teachers indicating reading progress as well as many testimonials on the website.

Who is it for?
The games are intended for Key stages 2, 3 and 4.

How do I access it?
Orders can be taken over the phone, via our shop or Amazon, or email. Invoices will be included with orders. Visit our website

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