Homework Book 3 [For Pakistan] by Hazel Willard
  

Synopsis

Homework Book 3 [For Pakistan] by Hazel Willard

Collins Primary Literacy Homework Book 3 is a write-in booklet providing a range of consolidation and extension activities. * Creating a link between school and home, Homework Book 3 provides a range of engaging activities that consolidate and extend skills learned in lessons * Three clear levels of differentiation cater for different abilities * Learning objective is clearly stated at the top of each page so that the child is in control of their own learning

About the Author

John Jackman and Wendy Wren are established, successful authors in education and bring to the project a wealth of expertise and experience. John is one of Collins' Primary authors. A former primary schoolteacher he has written the successful Collins Primary Comprehension and consulted on Collins Primary Grammar and Punctuation. Wendy, a former school teacher and freelance editor, is co-author of a number of publications, notably Nelson English which she co-wrote with John.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Hazel Willard
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Publisher

Collins Educational an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collinseducation.com

Publication date

1st September 2011

ISBN

9780007449385


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