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Literacy Resources for Children

Literacy is one of the most important skills a child can learn. Literacy is the ability to read, view, write, design, speak and listen in a way that allows children to communicate effectively. Yet the power of literacy goes far beyond a child’s ability to read and write. It allows them to effectively connect, interpret and understand the intricacies of the world in which they live. Whether they immerse themselves in the wonder of a book or are embracing the world through the internet literacy provides the tools which allow them to do all these things.

Today’s children face a myriad of digital and interactive applications which far extend the traditional pillars of reading, comprehension, grammar and writing. Yet it is these basic skills of literacy which all children need to grasp if they are to effectively navigate and decipher the constant information stream that surrounds them. So it is important that an educational setting has a wide range of different literacy resources for children.


We have a range of literacy resources for children which allows them to explore the delights of this topic in a wide variety of ways. Teaching the alphabet is one of the most important stages of early year’s education. We have a wide range of products designed to help children understand, use and become familiar with the alphabet. From snap together letter blocks, search and find alphabet bags and even alphabet classroom carpets and rugs teaching children this most fundamental building block of literacy is fun, stimulating and engaging for even the youngest child.

Our range of literacy resources for children also include a range of phonics toys and games, products designed specifically to assist children with their speaking and listening skills and a range of toys to help children grasp the art of spelling. We even have delightful range of outdoor nursery rhyme signs. Perfect for the playground, they help brighten any school wall or fence whilst encouraging children to continue their literacy learning even whilst playing outside.