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Fox on a Box [Reading] ➷ Fox on a Box By Phil Roxbee Cox – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk For beginner readers phonic based text is cleverly blended with a funny story Includes phonics guide for parents and some pages have fold out flaps For beginner readers phonic based text is cleverly blended with a funny story Includes phonics guide for parents and some pages have fold out flaps.


About the Author: Phil Roxbee Cox

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10 thoughts on “Fox on a Box

  1. Judy Judy says:

    Unlike many first readers most of the words in this story are ones the kids can sound out The word choice, rhymes, art, and flap pages make for a book that I think my nephew will like.


  2. Kirsty Cabot Kirsty Cabot says:

    A good book for new readers Somechallenging words for ivy to work on Nice illustrations She loves finding the duck on each page And a lift the flap is always a winner.Read mostly by Ivy


  3. Kayla Heenan Kayla Heenan says:

    Personal Reaction I thought this book was a very cute book for beginner readers The pictures were adorable and it would be comical for almost any child in that age group I could for sure see myself having my students and or kids reading this book.Purpose Use in Classroom This book contains a lot of phonetic awareness and would be great to read aloud to students in a pre school setting It would really help students learn how to read while giving them a lot of entertainment With the help of a Personal Reaction I thought this book was a very cute book for beginner readers The pictures were adorable and it would be comical for almost any child in that age group I could for sure see myself having my students and or kids reading this book.Purpose Use in Classroom This book contains a lot of phonetic awareness and would be great to read aloud to students in a pre school setting It would really help students learn how to read while giving them a lot of entertainment With the help of a parent or a teacher this book would be good for students to read in pre school especially if they have a love for animals Elements The pictures in this book are just as important as the words They help the reader understand what is happening throughout the story and it amplifies the comedic factor as the reader reads the story


  4. Nicola Nicola says:

    Part of a set of 12 phonics books published in 2006 by Usborne What I like about this early set is that the books very much focus on a particular phonics sound and rhyme throughout the book rather than lots of different rhymes like the later books They are quick and easy to read in the entire set in a sitting.Miss 4 and I like to explore different books and authors at the library, sometimes around particular topics or themes We try to get different ones out every week or so it s fun for both Part of a set of 12 phonics books published in 2006 by Usborne What I like about this early set is that the books very much focus on a particular phonics sound and rhyme throughout the book rather than lots of different rhymes like the later books They are quick and easy to read in the entire set in a sitting.Miss 4 and I like to explore different books and authors at the library, sometimes around particular topics or themes We try to get different ones out every week or so it s fun for both of us to have the variety and to look at a mix of new favourite authors


  5. Lex Redding Lex Redding says:

    My son loved this story about a cheeky Fox.


  6. Jessica Jessica says:

    Very cute


  7. Vivian Vivian says:

    Fox finds lots of uses for his box, but can you guess which use is best Here s a hint PIE


  8. Alyssa Ruehl Alyssa Ruehl says:

    Personal reaction This book is adorable There are different folds in the page, meaning there are some pages that turn into 2 pages by unfolding half of it The book is very colorful and the fox is cute and always smiling read aloud to make a curricular connection I would read this book aloud to kindergarteners or first graders in a literary sense I would introduce protagonists and antagonists, because the fox in the story just wants to stay in the box, but a cat and a dog try to knock the fo Personal reaction This book is adorable There are different folds in the page, meaning there are some pages that turn into 2 pages by unfolding half of it The book is very colorful and the fox is cute and always smiling read aloud to make a curricular connection I would read this book aloud to kindergarteners or first graders in a literary sense I would introduce protagonists and antagonists, because the fox in the story just wants to stay in the box, but a cat and a dog try to knock the fox out of the box This would be shown that not every character is a good character, some characters may run into problems with other people animals things as well independent reading This would be great for kindergarteners or first graders who have an interest with animals, or words that rhyme This book is very easy to read, and there is one sentence on each page, which helps the reader also learn the story through the colorful pictures literary elements that could be taught using the book The repetitiveness could help the students identify patterns within books, and the rhyming would help the students understand the purpose of rhyming within books The rhyming is easy to follow, such as fox and box, and duck and luck The repetitiveness includes Hungry fox spots a box, hungry fox jumps on the box and so on, which is easy for children to spot otherThis book would capture children s attention because of the fold out pages, they would be fun for children to turn, and they would be able to seepictures, which would excite them


  9. Saliha Nazir Saliha Nazir says:

    Fox on a box is an excellent book specifically aimed at early years as it is a good book for beginner readers The use of interesting, colourful illustrations complement the text and spark further interest and instantly draws the child to the book as it is visually stimulating The fold out flaps help to make the reading experienceinteractive for younger children and helps gain attention towards the books The book incorporates synthetic phonics which could be used with children on the ear Fox on a box is an excellent book specifically aimed at early years as it is a good book for beginner readers The use of interesting, colourful illustrations complement the text and spark further interest and instantly draws the child to the book as it is visually stimulating The fold out flaps help to make the reading experienceinteractive for younger children and helps gain attention towards the books The book incorporates synthetic phonics which could be used with children on the early stages of reading when learning to blend words together The use of simple, repetitive and rhyming words such as fox and box can help increase a child s confidence as they would be able to familiarise themselves with the similar sounds Fox on a box further enhances the entertaining element by including a hidden yellow duck on each page, which would be fun to engage the child as they would beinclined to choose this book to find the hidden yellow duck on each page


  10. Danie Cutter Danie Cutter says:

    Great book, easy words for children learning to read Like the fact that while it uses phonics there are also patterns for the words eg Goose and Loose so is suited to pattern recognition methods of learning to read as well.Have bought the whole series as daughter loves these While the words are simple there s still enough of a story action to keep her interested just while too many early reading books are three word sentences, one sentence per page and only a few pages per book This set o Great book, easy words for children learning to read Like the fact that while it uses phonics there are also patterns for the words eg Goose and Loose so is suited to pattern recognition methods of learning to read as well.Have bought the whole series as daughter loves these While the words are simple there s still enough of a story action to keep her interested just while too many early reading books are three word sentences, one sentence per page and only a few pages per book This set of books is top of the learn to read books we ve come across so far


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