Oxford First Picture Word Book
Written by Heather Heyworth
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4+ (Reception and Foundation Stage). A new first word book from Oxford introducing 150 words to young children through pages that are filled to the brim with delightful pictures and high-frequency words. First experiences from leaving the house for school to bedtime and a dreamy journey through the starry sky make this a pleasure to share as well as supporting first literacy skills.
Oxford First Picture Word Book by Heather Heyworth
A delightful new picture word book to share with young children. It is an ideal first introduction to 150 first words carefully selected from themes ranging from the classroom, the hospital, and recycling, to the kitchen, the toy cupboard, and the birthday party. Colourful pages deal with first experiences from playtime, sleepy time, animals and pets, to transport and things that move. Each picture is filled to the brim, and words with pictures are picked out on every page to support children with first literacy skills. A vibrant picture section at the back gives first numbers, colours, shapes, and opposites. Children will be captivated by the lively artwork and a sweet chameleon character - a familiar companion on every page and a link for young readers.
About the Author
More books by Heather Heyworth
Oxford University Press
12th May 2011
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