Early Soundplay Bundle: Set 3


The Early Soundplay Bundle now comes with a Top Tips leaflet to get you off to a great start with this fabulous bundle of clickety books, puppets and audio. The bundle provides you with a range of opportunities to enjoy this set of Early Soundplay stories over and over again!

You can bring the stories alive with the puppets and children love being able to retell the stories with them. They also enjoy, and benefit from, hearing Sophie Thompson's warm and engaging interpretation.

The clickety books bundle includes:

  • Digby the Diggedy Dog: Digby the Diggedy Dog goes out into the garden to play. He digs a big BIG hole, dig dig diggedy dig. And plays tag with two little frogs.
  • Millie Makes a Mess: Millie likes making tasty treats for her mouse friends Tess and Bess. Whoops! Spatters of milk, egg and stawberry juice all over her dress. Millie, what a mess!
  • Keelo's Cookies: Keelo can't find his cookies, just a trail of crumbs... 'Have you eaten my cookies?' he asks his friends. The trail leads to Erica's chicks - have they eaten his cookies?
  • 6 key character finger puppets (dog, 3 mice, collie dog and caterpillar)
  • 3 Story specific laminated Top Tips sheets
  • Supplied in 1 colourful cotton drawstring bag

The enhanced bundle includes

  • Additional 2 frog finger puppets for Digby and 11 finger puppets (2 horses, 2 cows, 2 goats, hen, 3 chicks and snake) bring all the firiends who help Keelo find his cookies to life
  • Supplied in 3 colourful cotton drawstring bags

Written by a speech and language therapist each story is packed with multiple repetitions of selected sounds and rhymes. The stories are expertly crafted to support children's developing speech. They help with sound awareness and vocabulary knowledge. These are key foundation skills for success with phonics, early reading and spelling.

The simple, interactive storylines make it easy for children to anticipate what happens next. They can then join in when they hear the stories again. This provides lots of opportunities for them to both hear and practise saying words.

Children love repetition! It helps them build their knowledge and understanding of word meanings and story structure.


Category: Phonics, Story Telling

Type: Literacy


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