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Before-reading activities


✰ Together, look at the front cover of the reader. Ask your child what Auntie Liz, Evan and Ella might make with the ingredients they have gathered together.


Enjoy this reader together with your child. Make sure that you will not be disturbed and that the room is quiet. Get comfortable. Sit side by side so you can share the book!


During-reading activities Vocabulary words


New vocabulary words will be highlighted throughout both the fiction and non-fiction readers. Generally, these are topic-specific words that have been taught explicitly by your child’s teacher. They have been highlighted in bold. In this reader, your child will become familiar with several new vocabulary words: café, cake, pancakes, menu, table, Auntie Liz.


✰ While you are reading, pay extra special attention to the punctuation, particularly the exclamation marks. Make sure your voice goes a little higher at the end of a sentence with an exclamation mark!


✰ Pause after reading pages 6 and 7. Have a chat with your child about the prices you can see in the café. How much would a cup of tea and slice of cake cost?


Sight words


In this reader, your child will encounter the following new sight words: only, old, little, down, other, more.


Phonics In this reader, your child


will practise reading CVC and CVCC words such as mix, red, pink and sift.

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