Oxford Children's Rhyming Dictionary by Oxford Dictionaries
  

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Oxford Children's Rhyming Dictionary by Oxford Dictionaries

The Oxford Children's Rhyming Dictionary is the perfect tool to help children write their own poetry. The alphabetical list of words that rhyme and index of sounds make it simple to find a rhyme, as well as reinforcing spelling skills. These are accompanied by lively illustrations, and lots of amusing and inspiring poems by John Foster. At the back of the book are engaging activities which explain many types of rhymes, from raps and chants to limericks and couplets, to help children understand different varieties of poetry. These are combined with activities, tips and prompts which encourage children to get writing their own verse! Developing language and creative writing skills, and directly supporting the curriculum's emphasis on reading and writing poetry, the Oxford Children's Rhyming Dictionary is the essential guide to rhyme for children in primary school. For lots of downloadable games, puzzles, activities and much more, go to www.oxforddictionaries.com/schools

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This is an excellent resource that will instil confidence into children so they can write poetry. Parents in Touch

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Format

Mixed media product
160 pages

Author

Oxford Dictionaries
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

1st May 2014

ISBN

9780192735584


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