Factoscope Teachers Guide by Saddleback Publishing
  

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Factoscope Teachers Guide by Saddleback Publishing

Factoscope is a series of six full colour books designed to invite pupils to explore and discover the world of science. Each page provides comprehensive information dealing with one aspect of the topic of the book. Large, vibrantly coloured artwork, diagrams and photographs support the text on each page. The six books in the series are: Earth, Plants, Animal World, Machines and inventions, Human body and Universe. Each of the 64 pages contain key facts and terms, highlighting important aspects of text. It offers an index at the back which allows the reader to easily locate specific information within the book. It includes large print that allows easier reading for pupils. The series is suitable for pupils from five to twelve years old to read, and of interest to readers from five years of age to adults. It includes large, full colour diagrams, artwork and photographs. It also offers comprehensive information on each page. It highlights key facts and terms. It provides labelled diagrams where appropriate and index.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Saddleback Publishing
More books by Saddleback Publishing

Publisher

Prim-Ed Publishing

Publication date

31st July 2010

ISBN

9781846542510


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