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Pocket Rockets Phase 3

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Enjoy more adventures with Pat, Sad Dad and Miss Fusspot in the Phase 3 edition of Pocket Rockets, the daily reading booklets for school, home or just about anywhere! There are lots more fun characters to meet as you practise the daily progression of graphemes and tricky words learnt at Phase 3 of Letters and Sounds.

Graphemes / Phonemes covered:

j, v, w, x, y, z, zz, qu, ch, sh, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oi, oo, ow, ar, air, ear, er, ur, or, ure.

+ Reading a further 18 tricky words, sentences and questions.

Just like the Phase 2 edition of Pocket Rockets, these fantastic pocket sized, fold-out booklets can be used for learning within school lessons and then taken home for reinforcement and consolidation. 182 x A7 sized booklets (8 pages). 7 copies of each of the 26 stories covering the 26 Phase 3 phonemes.

/j/ The Jet Pack
/v/  Min and the Vet
/w/ A Win at the Well
/x/ The Big Mix Up
/y/ Tag Gets a Leg
/z/, zz Zack
/qu/ Quill
/ch/ Chop!
/sh/ The Wish Shop
/th/ The Redbacks and the Moth
/ng/  The Fang Gang
/ai/ Sad Dad Goes Fishing
/ee/ Vic the Vet’s Week
/igh/  Miss Fusspot’s Night
/oa/  Goat Soap
/oo/ Duck Poo
/oo/ The Duck and Cat Book
/ar/ A Hard Day for Bad Bot
/or/  The Zork
/ur/ Turnips and Curds
/ow/  The How To Book
/oi/  Pats ‘oi’ Day
/ear/  FEAR
/air/ The Too Long Hair
/ure/ Get a Zork for Sure
/er/ No Never!

Inside Pages:

Pocket Rockets Phase 3 Evaluation

Phonic Progression of books:

Smart Kids Reader Progression

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Dawn v.
love these gems

love smart kids books their amazing

Jan D.
Pocket rockets

Am really pleased with these. My kiddos are really benefitting from using them. Thanks.

Julia W.

Great to have the next phase for the children to continue their learning journey.

Gabrielle R.
Pocket Rockets - Phase 3 (Small)

Just what I need! Great for small hands. Affordable too!!

ELaine S.
Pocket Rockets phase 3

We love the Pocket Rockets series. We use them to practise reading words with new letter patterns introduced during systematic, synthetic phonic lessons. Our Pocket Rocket books are used as take home reading books that students can read independently to parents.