Project X: Gold: Head to Head: Game On! by Jane Penrose
  

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Project X: Gold: Head to Head: Game On! by Jane Penrose

In the story Top of the Table, Cat and Tiger are disappointed when their football match might be called off. When they begin to argue, Ant comes up with a micro-way for them to be able to resolve their differences. In Power Racers, Max, Cat, Ant and Tiger go head to head with a racing car game found in Tiger's garage. Tiger challenges Max's leadership in I'm the Leader!, but he soon realizes that being a leader is not as easy as a job as he thinks...especially when Cat gets into trouble. Find out about games played through the ages, from ancient Egypt to virtual reality, in the non-fiction book Game On!. Then read about some amazing record breakers, including snake bathing and worm charming, in An A-Z of Record Breakers. Each book comes with notes for parents that highlight ambitious words or concepts in the books, prompt questions and suggest a range of follow-up activities. The Head to Head Guided Reading Notes provide step-by-step guided reading support for each book in the Head to Head cluster, together with guidance about comprehension, assessment for learning and vocabulary enrichment. Hands-on follow-up activities, plenty of writing opportunities and cross-curricular links are also provided for each book.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Jane Penrose
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

22nd April 2010

ISBN

9780198477419


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