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Going to the Optician (First Experiences with Biff, Chip & Kipper)

by Roderick Hunt

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Do you have to wear glasses? In this story Kipper has trouble seeing words clearly so he visits the optician to have his eyes tested. Read this story to learn about what it is like to go to the optician to have your eyes tested. This entertaining and sensitively written story is perfect for reading together, packed with facts and humour to familiarise your child with what to expect from a first experience such as visiting the optician to have your eyes tested. First Experiences with Biff, Chip & Kipper have been carefully created to help parents explore the wider world with their child, talk about shared feelings and emotions, and build vocabulary through the fun activities included in every book. Each book also includes practical tips and ideas for you to use when reading together. This series is linked to Read with Biff, Chip & Kipper -the UK's best-selling home reading series, and is supported by free eBooks and advice for parents at www.oxfordowl.co.uk. Biff, Chip & Kipper are characters from the Oxford Reading Tree series, which is used in 80% of primary schools.

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Do you have to wear glasses? In this story Kipper has trouble seeing words clearly so he visits the optician to have his eyes tested. Read this story to learn about what it is like to go to the optician to have your eyes tested.

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