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Look and Read is a BBC television programme for primary schools, aimed at improving children's literacy skills. The programme presents fictional stories in a serial format, the first of which was broadcast in 1967 and the most recent in 2004, making it the longest running nationally broadcast programme for schools in the UK. The series remains popular among school children, and has also gained a cult following among those who have grown up with it.
Eyes, Ears, and Brain deal with suffixes, prefixes and plural words.
This programme focuses on comparatives, superlatives, suffixes and apostrophes.
This programme focuses on long and short vowels, past tense endings and suffixes.
The characters Eyes, Ears and Brain focus on prefixes, suffixes and possessive apostrophes.
This programme focuses on plural words with different endings, and hard and soft 'c'.
Eyes, Ears and Brain deal with homophones, silent 'e' endings, and the 'i before e' rule.
Characters Eyes, Ears and Brain are revising the spelling rules, which include doubling consonants, changing y to i and plural nouns.
Eyes, Ears and Brain review prefixes and suffixes, words with a final silent e and the use of apostrophes.
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