First Dictionary and Thesaurus Activities by Carol Matchett
  

First Dictionary and Thesaurus Activities

Written by Carol Matchett
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First Dictionary and Thesaurus Activities by Carol Matchett

This workbook has been specially written for use with the Schofield & Sims First Illustrated Dictionary or First Dictionary and with the Schofield & Sims First Thesaurus - choose between the two dictionaries according to which books you have available and how much support individual children need. Presented as a one-per-child workbook, the First Dictionary and Thesaurus Activities will provide you with a permanent record of each child's work. The activities contained with the book: clearly demonstrate the value of the dictionary and thesaurus and help children to develop the skills and knowledge that they need for using them, include clear and attractive illustrations, are enjoyable and stimulating, enriching children's language and encouraging them to be more accurate and more adventurous in their choice of words, may be completed in class or as homework and include helpful notes for teachers and a list of objectives covered.

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Format

Paperback
46 pages

Author

Carol Matchett
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Publisher

Schofield & Sims Ltd

Publication date

1st February 2009

ISBN

9780721711430


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