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Homework Book 2 by

The Homework books aim to make homework a positive learning experience, reinforcing core subjects (English, maths and science) and cross-curricular thinking skills, through enjoyable practice activities. Pull-out answers make marking quick and easy and give children the chance to evaluate their own progress. Book 2 is aimed at Year 3 pupils (ages 7-8) and includes: literacy - reading comprehension/dictionary skills/spelling/punctuation, maths - money/telling the time/addition & subtraction/10 times table/tens & units/2-d shapes/quarters, science - living and non-living things/plant growth/what plants and animals need to stay alive.

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Paperback
27 pages

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Publisher

Schofield & Sims Ltd

Publication date

31st March 2000

ISBN

9780721708461


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