How to Make a Feely Box Info Trail Beginner Stage Non-Fiction Book 10 by Jenny Alexander


How to Make a Feely Box Info Trail Beginner Stage Non-Fiction Book 10 by Jenny Alexander

Info Trail for ages 5-11: * Enthuses all readers with attention-grabbing titles, engaging humour and inventive topics to inspire excellence and enjoyment in learning. * Provides broad and rich cross-curricular content linked to History, Geography and Science with many matches to National Curriculum and QCA topics. * Provides excellent models for writing with coverage of all NLS non-fiction text types pupils need to experience and understand. * Especially motivates and supports reluctant readers through supportive illustrations and Access texts for ages 9-11. * Promotes valuable awareness of community and citizenship through many titles based around community, environment and health. * Simple integration of assessment for learning into class teaching is provided in the Teaching Notes which ensure children's reading and writing skills progress at word, sentence and text level. * Accessible Teaching Notes and Activity sheets ensure teachers, teaching assistants and parents are all able to contribute to teaching and learning.

About the Author

Jenny Alexander

Jenny Alexander is a well-established author of over 100 fiction and non fiction children's titles. Jenny has written prolifically on the theme of bullying and has previously published non-fiction titles with A&C Black such as Going up! The No-Worries Guide to Secondary School and How 2 B Happy, a self-help book for children suffering from anxiety. The Peony Pinker titles are her first fiction titles for A&C Black.

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16 pages


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Publication date

30th January 2001



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