Biff and chip magic key books

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The children were allowed to dress up as their favourite characters from books. Act out their own stories. Make predictions showing an understanding of the story. The school sent a letter home about World Book Day. Biff and chip the magic key book. She might as well have been reading a list of words to practise her reading. Recognised by children in virtually all primary schools and known and loved by parents, teachers and children alike, Wilma, Biff, Chip and Floppy feature throughout this reading scheme.
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The Magic Key is a series of books published for children as part of the Oxford Reading Tree, from Oxford University Press. The books are written by Roderick Hunt, illustrated by Alex Brychta, and primarily follow the lives of three children, Biff, Chip and Kipper Robinson, their parents, their grandmother, their friends.

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Biff, Chip and Kipper books are read in many schools and now you and your children can read their adventures at home with Book People' s hand- picked selection! I'm pretty sure the magic key stuff is why I still love stories where there is more to the world than meets the eye, and there are other titles in the series with some better plots that the first 'magic key' story that I refer to in the post above, Grimm or Supernatural. I guess if she's enjoying them you haven't got a problem. Since writing this post my daughter has read a fair few more of these obviously .

I have plans, Chip and Kipper adventures, Theo Li rated it it was amazing Shelves:? Children's Books. Ju! Bearing in mind he can recognise many words and write most of them too his first reaction bioks one of utter disappointment and the phrase "but where are the words mummy.

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And I got the GCSE Maths textbook out of my local library because my maths lessons were too easy I think I did read the Chip and Biff books but never really liked them because they were too easy and I wanted to read more. Nov 21, Andrea Colin rated it it was amazing. Tracy rated it really liked it. Jul 06, oluwayemisi lateef rated it it was amazing. Visibility Others can see my Clipboard.

I really can't stand this reading scheme either. It is so dull. My son reads thes quickly with no expression, no challenging words then rushes to get out his latest Enid Blyton I adore the Enid Blyton books. I remember The Enchanted Wood with such fondness. It seems a shame that we have to endure this scheme when so many great books are out there. Thanks for commenting.


Welcome back. You will be 'thrilled' to know that the magic key takes them on many, many adventures up several colour bands. No trivia or quizzes yet. Series of reading books for children.

Dec 22, Chip and Kipper adventures. I have plans, but she won't start school for another year, Pasut added it, Pipa Guest rated it liked it. Her birthday is only a week later in September. Jan 14.

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  1. I guess I just don't quite understand why there are so few reading scheme books that also have good stories? Everything ooked big. The bad-tempered Queen of Hearts throws Biff and Kipper into a dungeon after a mix-up over some washing. I'm aiming for a Roald Dahl or an Enid Blyton next.

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