Four Corners: Crafts, Snacks and Games by Claire Llewellyn


Four Corners: Crafts, Snacks and Games by Claire Llewellyn

Crafts and Games Around the World Make a Japanese origami frog or Mexican salsa dip. Play the African game Mancala, or build an igloo using sugar cubes. Learn about different cultures, and make something fun at the same time. Four Corners * The widest cross-curricular coverage including science, history, geography and mathematics themes al clearly linked to the National Curriculum Programmes for Study and the 5-14 Guidelines for Scotland. *Visually inspire all readers with unparalleled Dorling Kindersley photography and design. *Engage and satisfy the curiosity of all readers with lively writing styles and a broad range of topics and subjects that provides something to interest and motivate every child! * Extend teaching imaginatively with speaking and listening, drama and writing activities which are provided in the teaching support for every title. * Constructive links to Art, Design and Technology, Music, Citizenship and PSHE are drawn out with practical suggestions for all titles in the teaching support. * Easy to use for teachers and teaching assistants with laminated teaching support and activity cards (in every pack of 6) that draw out all NLS links and extension opportunities simply and effectively. * Support for parents and homework activities provided in the Teacher's Files.

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32 pages


Claire Llewellyn
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Publication date

25th May 2004



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