Win 1 of 15 ‘Alphablocks – Phonics First Steps Volume 1’ DVDs
- Published on Thursday, 07 March 2013 09:00
- Last Updated on 07 March 2013
- Monica Costa
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Enter the magical world of reading with the hit CBeebies show, Alphablocks. Learn to read with the Alphablocks Phonics First Steps Volume 1 DVD released on 25th February 2013.
The Alphablocks are 26 living letters who fall out of the sky and discover that if they hold hands and make a word, it magically comes to life!
Based on best-practice phonics, your child will laugh and learn with the little letter people and their adventures, songs and all
kinds of fun and games.
This DVD also comes with a FREE Alphablocks, Alphabet poster!
Volume 1: Phonics First Steps- Phonics First Steps introduces the first letters and sounds that children are taught at school and starts them off making simple words. With repeat viewing, children can build key phonics skills and boost their reading confidence – while having lots and lots of fun. This DVD is an excellent way to get pre-school children wised-up on letters before starting school. They will be pros before you know and will become super readers too. It’s a great fun show even for the parents watching!
Features 18 episodes and Parent Guide
Find out more at www.alphablocks.tv
For your chance to win one of these amazing 15 DVDs, please answer the simple question below in our dedicated competition page (USE ONLY THE DEDICATED PAGE & DO NOT SEND MESSAGES OR DO NOT POST MESSAGES ON THE WEBSITE OR ON THIS PAGE AS THE ENTRY WON’T BE VALID – YOU WON’T BE NOTIFIED OF THE WRONG ENTRY) https://londonmumsmagazine.com/competition-area. The question is: ‘Where was this series shown for the first time on British TV?’ The deadline to enter is 25th March 2013.
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