Project X: Alien Adventures: Orange: Mixed pack x 6 by Jan Burchett, Sara Vogler, Tony Bradman, Mike Brownlow
  

Project X: Alien Adventures: Orange: Mixed pack x 6

Written by Jan Burchett, Sara Vogler, Tony Bradman, Mike Brownlow
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Part of the Project X Series

Synopsis

Project X: Alien Adventures: Orange: Mixed pack x 6 by Jan Burchett, Sara Vogler, Tony Bradman, Mike Brownlow

The micro-friends, and Nok, are on a school trip to the woods. They shrink for some micro-fun, and find a strange-looking object hidden in some leaves. Find out what they discover in An Amazing Find. The friends find themselves on board Nok's lost spaceship, the Excelsa. Tiger presses a button and the ship takes off! Find out where it's taking them in Blast Off! In Don't Press the Buttons!, Nok shows the friends the ship's fabricator. It makes them some cool, new spacesuits, but what else it can do The ship is flying through space when they see a huge rock. As they get closer, it starts to move! Find out what they have awoken in Worm Song. In Spacewalk, the ship has flown close to a wormhole and has been damaged. Can Max and Tiger repair the ship before it's swallowed by the wormhole? The Excelsa is swallowed by a junk cruncher. Can they find a way to escape before they are squashed flat by the metal pounders? Find out in The Junk Cruncher. Each book comes with notes on the inside front and back covers for teachers, TAs and parents/carers, which give question prompts and points for discussion, phonic practice words, challenge words, and additional activities that children can do.

Reviews

The books and materials appeal to both boys and girls but they include content that particularly motivates boys to read which definitely supports the teacher in class. Alien Adventures engages children and we have seen them make sustained progress in their reading development. * Stephanie James, Year 1 Teacher - Churwell Primary School, Leeds * With the detailed inside cover notes - with steps for reading before, during and after the story - they help the Teaching Assistant with minimal support from the teacher. Also helps the parents with reading at home with their child. * Miss Stephanie Cairns, Assistant Headteacher - Harrowgate Hill Primary School, Darlington * Project X Alien Adventures provides an excellent addition to our reading provision. It is an outstanding resource because the children love the characters and they become completely absorbed in the story. The gadgets, creatures and strange worlds capture their imagination and interest. When children are so engaged, it makes their capacity to learn so much greater. * Martin Fenton, Headteacher - Greenhill Primary School, Wakefield *

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Book Info

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Undefined
Contains 6 Paperbacks
24 pages

Author

Jan Burchett, Sara Vogler, Tony Bradman, Mike Brownlow
More books by Jan Burchett, Sara Vogler, Tony Bradman, Mike Brownlow

Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

5th September 2013

ISBN

9780198493044


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