Oxford Children's Colour Dictionary by Oxford Dictionaries
  

Oxford Children's Colour Dictionary

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Oxford Children's Colour Dictionary by Oxford Dictionaries

New edition! The Oxford Children's Colour Dictionary is clear and colourful, ideal for reference, homework help and exploring language. With simple meanings and clear definitions, children can expand their vocabulary and check their spelling with ease. The design is bright and accessible, with the full alphabet on every page to make finding words easy, and illustrations to bring words to life. Helpful information on how to use words, word families and compounds words aids both children's spelling and their understanding of language. New for this edition is a supplement on spelling, grammar and punctuation to support the curriculum and help with homework, and specially written Top Writing Tips from the best-selling children's authors Charlie Higson, Andy Stanton, Jeremy Strong and Jacqueline Wilson, help young writers get started. The Oxford Children's Colour Dictionary is the perfect handy dictionary for reading, writing and spelling, both at home and at school. For lots of downloadable games, puzzles, activities and much more, go to www.oxforddicitonaries.com/schools

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Format

Mixed media product
192 pages

Author

Oxford Dictionaries
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

8th May 2014

ISBN

9780192737540


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