Storyworlds Year1/P2 Stage 5, Fantasy World Stories by Wes Magee
  

Synopsis

Storyworlds Year1/P2 Stage 5, Fantasy World Stories by Wes Magee

Part of the Storyworlds series, this pack contains the four Stage Five Fantasy World stories about fantasy characters. They are Creepy Castle , The Bag of Coal , The Snowball and Fire in the Wildwood . Each stage of Storyworlds provides a carefully structured introduction of words and language. The different worlds ensure that these are introduced and practised in a variety of contexts. Stages Four, Five and Six adopt a broadening structure to encourage the move to independent reading. Between 20 and 40 new words are added at each of these three stages, and continued repetition of text helps to maintain the build-up of confidence.

About the Author

Wes Magee

WES MAGEE was born in Scotland, and worked as a teacher and head-teacher until he became a full-time writer twenty years ago. He has published 100 books for children, including poetry, picture books and storybooks. He regularly visits schools, libraries and festivals across the UK and abroad, performing his poetry show . He also runs training days for teachers, talks at educational conferences and runs writing workshops. His best-known books are The Very Best of Wes Magee, which won the Children's Poetry Bookshelf Award, The Boneyard Rap and The Witch's Brew. He lives in Yorkshire.

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Format

Paperback
Contains 4 Paperbacks
12 pages

Author

Wes Magee
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Author's Website

www.wesmagee.com/

Publisher

Publication date

15th April 1996

ISBN

9780435091545


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