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Oxford School Spelling Dictionary

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7+ (Year 3-4, KS 2). Newly updated. This easy to use spelling guide has over 25,000 words and word forms together with essential spelling rules. Linked into Key Stage 2 it is an invaluable tool for improving writing at home and school.

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Oxford School Spelling Dictionary by

This is a new edition of the Oxford School Spelling Dictionary, revised to include new words and fully updated in line with modern spelling and the curriculum. . Its new layout makes this book simple and accessible with the alphabet on each page, a colour thumb tab, and guide words at the top of each page. Locating words has never been so quick and simple - here is the perfect book to make spelling easy and make you confident that you have got it right. The footnotes throughout help build spelling knowledge and lead you from an incorrect look-up to the right word easily. Panels give extra information on spelling rules to put the building blocks of learning in place. A great tool for supporting writers both at home and school. Carefully prepared for KS2 and the in line with the new Primary Strategy.

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If you're desperate to spell 'separate

'dependant'

'dependent', this is the book you need. More than 25,000 words are listed on clearly designed and easy-to-use pages, with many helpful notes about the rules of spelling. It's been prepared with Key Stage 2 children in mind, and there's no doubting its value as an aid to increasing literacy - at school and at home. Manchester Evening News The impressive Oxford School Spelling Dictionary offers alternative letter sounds - for example; when looking up 'f'

'ph'. Some words have footnotes for you to check if you have the right one. Panels highlight problems such as 'ible'

'able'

...a reference book that could easily be used independently and quickly by very many children. School Library Association For use at home or school, the Oxford School Spelling Dictionary is easy-to-use and comprehensive. With more than 25,000 essential words listed in colour, it's easy to find words quicker than ever before. Courier Newspapers

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Paperback
288 pages

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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

1st May 2008

ISBN

9780199116362

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