Foundation/Prep (Vic)/Kindy (NSW) Home Pack
Magic 100 Words Cards & Placemats Pack for the first year of schooling
Magic 100 Words Playing Cards (1-100 Words) $47
Magic 100 Words Placemats - $34.95
Order before 20/10/2019
Everything you will need for learning to read and write in the first year of schooling!
(Foundation, Prep, Kindergarten (NSW), Reception (SA) and Pre Primary (WA))
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The 12 Golden Words make up, on average, 25% or 1/4 of all words in reading. The 12 Golden Words, together with the 20 Red Words (32 words) make up, on average, 33% or 1/3 of all words in reading.The Magic 100 Words make up on average 50% or 1/2 of all the words used in reading and writing. Once a student has mastered these 100 words reading becomes magically easier.
These Magic 100 Words Playing Cards match the Magic 100 Words Placemats used in over 80% of Australian Primary Schools.
This Magic 100 Words Pack is all you need to teach your child the Magic 100 Words.
The Magic 100 Words Pack is an ideal way to rapidly advance your child's mastery of the first Magic 100 Words. Tens of thousands of children in schools and homes are playing Magic Words to master the most frequently used words in reading and writing. Successful readers know the Magic Words and by playing these exciting games all children can increase fluency, develop comprehension, boost self esteem, build confidence and accelerate their reading.
Ideally, parents can match the words from the take home book or school reader, with words from the Magic 100 Words Playing Cards, for example, " ..." This rapidly advances a child's mastery of the Magic Words as they play games with the cards, using words from their own take home book or school reader. When playing the Magic 100 Words card games and reading across the rainbow of words children are exposed to words above and beyond what they may have been taught at school. When tested, after playing with the Magic Words, many children are reported to be well beyond others in the class. The number of words a child knows is far more important than what colour or level they are on.