More Whiz Quiz For Children and Grown-up Children by Cork West Branch of the NPC
  

Synopsis

More Whiz Quiz For Children and Grown-up Children by Cork West Branch of the NPC

Where would you find your fibula? What is the name of the first dog in space? Who wrote Charlie and the Chocolate Factory? Test your knowledge with even more whiz quiz questions. Laid out in game format, each quiz consists of ten rounds of eight questions each, taken from a wide range of subjects - sport, tv, film, music and history. Play each round as a quiz on its own or play a whole game for a greater challenge. More Whiz Quiz continues the project that began with the successful The Whiz Quiz Book. Teachers, children and parents worked together with the needs of Irish children in mind to produce a quiz book that offers great scope and variety to use free time gainfully and enjoyably. Compiled by the National Parents Council (NPC)

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National Parents Council Primary (NPC) is the nation-wide organisation representing parents of children attending early and primary education.

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Format

Paperback
120 pages

Author

Cork West Branch of the NPC
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Publisher

The Collins Press

Publication date

31st July 2007

ISBN

9781905172504


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