At primary school, there is a great deal of focus on the National Curriculum and how it is tested. When it comes to SATs (Standard Assessment Tests) for Reading, our tools (Forget-Me-Nots) and techniques such as QWERTY® can be very helpful in developing the skills needed to apply what the child has been taught in the English classroom in the most effective way.
This document gives you in-depth worked examples of how to use those tools for every content domain, as tested in the National Curriculum ReadingTests. It builds on what we have already discussed in the QWERTY® for Reading document, which goes through all the content domains tested in the National Curriculum, identifying which Forget-Me-Nots would be most helpful for each and practical applications of them, using examples drawn from previous SAT tests.
If you buy both documents, you can get this document for half price using the code: SATSDiscount.
This is a full-colour version.