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Go Further with Grammar

Go Further with Grammar (Hardback)

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Get to Grips with Grammar! This stunning new series shows children how use grammar more effectively to improve their writing skills. All aspects of grammar - from using nouns to apostrophes - are introduced and explained in a practical, easy to understand way. Both titles are packed full of games and tasks that help to reinforce what has been learned. * Illustrated throughout with vibrant, colourful pictures to attract and inspire children. * Helpful hints and tips are included on each spread to improve the child's grammar further. * Brilliant as a reference book for home or as a classroom resource. * A vital part of the National Curriculum that is rarely covered by publishers - a real gap in the market! * Part of the acclaimed Adventures in Literacy collection of resources - building upon the success of Start Writing and A First Thesaurus to create a flexible and interchangeable set of resources for primary education. * Each book contains a table of contents, a writing checklist, a glossary and an index. * Excellent for older, less able readers, as well as for children for whom English is a second language.

Children'sEducational materialEducational: English language & literacyEducational: English language: reading & writing skills Publisher: Pavilion Books Publication Date: 04/07/2002 ISBN-13: 9781841382586  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Ruth Thomson has worked in children's publishing for 25 years, and has published over 100 children's non-fiction titles for A&C Black, Watts, etc. For Belitha Press, she is the author of titles in our acclaimed Start Reading and Start Writing series, as well as the new young science series, Why Can't I? She lives in London N1. Pie Corbett is a well-known children's poet and one of the authors of the National Literacy Strategy in England. Pie lives in Gloucestershire.

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