Collins Primary Focus: Workbook A: Handwriting by Sue Peet


Collins Primary Focus: Workbook A: Handwriting by Sue Peet

Collins Primary Focus: Handwriting provides a complete handwriting course from Foundation Stage upwards, aligned to the current literacy framework. The nine workbooks include: a wide variety of activity sheets for practice and development; self-assessment material; detailed notes on the teaching of handwriting. * Handwriting skills are developed and consolidated as the course progresses * Handwriting activities are based on high-frequency words so that spelling is a key part of the learning process * Workbooks are ideal for homework or independent work in the classroom * Teaching notes provide support for teachers, teaching assistants and parents

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48 pages


Sue Peet
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Publication date

1st May 2011



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