Bond SATs Skills: Vocabulary Flashcards: Similar and Opposite Words by Michellejoy Hughes, Bond
  

Bond SATs Skills: Vocabulary Flashcards: Similar and Opposite Words

Written by Michellejoy Hughes, Bond
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Part of the Bond SATs Skills Series

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Bond SATs Skills: Vocabulary Flashcards: Similar and Opposite Words by Michellejoy Hughes, Bond

Bond Vocabulary Flashcards: Similar and Opposite Words build knowledge of synonyms and antonyms, enriching children's vocabularies and developing rich language skills. Each card provides a word, synonyms of that word and, on the reverse, the corresponding antonyms. However, it also covers any homonyms - such as entrance (e.g. a doorway) and entrance (to captivate) or minute (a measure of time) or minute (tiny) to illustrate the importance of context in understanding a word's meaning. Simple to use, these cards offer easily accessible vocabulary building practice and games for children seeking to develop their language skills both generally and for National Curriculum and selective school tests.

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Cards
55 pages

Author

Michellejoy Hughes, Bond
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

2nd October 2017

ISBN

9780192744562


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