Educational Books

It’s National Storytelling week this week, and as we’re learning first hand in our house at the moment, learning to read can be a very challenging but extremely satisfying task for your child. It’s also a lovely way to spend time with your little one – exploring the world of fiction together. We’ve come up with a list of books designed to help teach your child to read; these are aimed at both early readers as well as those who are more confident.

All the books we’ve included have been awarded a level or are part of a colour coding system so you can match the books to your child’s specific reading level. Reading Chest, the fabulous book rental service for reading scheme books for 4-9 year olds have a great guide to the different levels here.

Oxford Reading Tree Seasick Level 4 from WHSmith

Oxford Reading Tree TreeTops Fiction: Level 9: Messy Ella from WHSmith

Oxford Reading Tree: Level 10: Fireflies: Skeletons from WHSmith

Learn to Read at Home, Red Pack with Bug Club from Amazon

Collins Big Cat Sets – Lilac Starter Set from Collins

Engage Literacy Flip the Tree Frog (Turquoise) from Wordery

Songbirds Phonics Collection Julia Donaldson (4 years+) from The Book People

Project X: Alien Adventures (Lilac/Pink) from Amazon

Pandas (National Geographic Readers) Level 3 from WHSmith

Farmyard Tales Woolly Stops the Train (First Reading Level Two) from WHSmith

Fairy Unicorns Magic Forest (Young Reading Series 3 Fiction) from WHSmith

Our Solar System – Read It Yourself with Ladybird Level 4 from WHSmith

Reading Chest – Provides lots of reading scheme material on a subscription basis.

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Christina Walter
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Christina Walter is our product features editor and researcher here at My Baba. She's Ellie's sister, and mum to 6 year old George, and 4 year old Maisie. Besides finding and testing out the latest products and reporting back to our readers in the shape of My Baba's awesome product feature columns, Christina shares her amusing day-to-day experiences of family life.

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