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  1. Little Fingers Big Pies
    £14.89

    This book is ideal for children who want to cook something from scratch, that will be easy to make. It can be used at home or with teachers at school. Utensils needed, ingredients and instructions are included in an easy to follow format. Young children love to help create food and this book will give them a passion to eat well. Children will become knowledgeable about different types of food. The recipes have all been tried and tested. Hopefully children will be inspired to not always eat the 'fast food' option and think about food, how it may have been produced and the end result from cooking something from scratch.

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  2. Whispers in the Woods - Teachers Resource pack plus one novel
    £18.50

    An imaginative set of Literacy resources which promote creativity, reading for meaning, and develop writing skills in a variety of text types. Teach your pupils how to: * Use alliteration * Use similies * Use onomatopoeia * Write Anglo-Saxon poetry * Write formal letters * Write diary entries * Write medieval recipes Learn More
  3. Poems for the Geography Classroom - Pack
    £9.99

    Poems for the Geography Classroom is a collection of around fifty poems, predominantly for use at Key Stages 2 and 3. They help to bring a diverse range of topics to life, stimulate debate and discussion, and enable students and teachers to be creative in lessons. The poems are complemented by a range of practical ideas and suggestions of how they can be used imaginatively in the classroom. Learn More
  4. Britain at War
    £17.50

    Britain at War provides a detailed and realistic insight as to what it was like to live and work in Britain during the Second World War. Britain at War has meaningful activities which develop literacy skills and promote writing across the curriculum. There are opportunities for pupils to write accounts, participate in drama, produce newspaper reports, design posters and develop their own stories and poetry. Learn More
  5. Victorian Britain
    £17.50

    Victorian Britain provides detailed information about the significant events and developments during the reign of our longest serving monarch to date. Whilst covering the wider issues, such as the growth of the factory system, the railways, schools etc. this invaluable resource concentrates on the lives of everyday people and pays particular attention to the role of children in Victorian society. Learn More
  6. 101 Activities
    £17.50

    101 Activities has been designed for both schools and afterschools. It includes a bank of materials which are ready to use. It has been arranged into themes which capture the child's imagination. The fun activities range from puzzles, to games and craft activities. All resources needed are readily available. Learn More
  7. Fun with Football
    £15.00

    As the name implies, this book contains many ideas on how to use soccer-initiated ideas in national curriculum subjects for girls as well as boys. NUMERACY: * Find the area of a pitch, the diameter of the centre circle, draw a soocer pitch to scale etc. LITERACY: * a comprehensive exercise based on a true story * write football related poetry * match reports etc. These are examples of two subjects only, there are ideas for most areas of the curriculum. Learn More
  8. Lenny Lunchtime
    £5.25

    These flexible workbooks are excellent support resources. They can be used to deliver PSHE lessons or simply to introduce young children to school life. They are also ideal for encouraging speaking and listening. This A5 booklet provides the opportunity for children to develop writing skills, space is provided for a whole sentence or a one word answer. Children will enjoy colouring in the lively illustrations, whilst re-enforcing the important issues mentioned. Learn More
  9. Thinking Through Philosophy - Book 2
    £17.50

    The development of thinking skills has been identified as of great importance to the educational development of young people of any age or ability. This approach encourages information handling, reasoning, creative thinking and evaluation. The Thinking Through Philosophy series has been designed to help pupils of all ages to understand the importance of being self-aware, self-regulated, motivated and to be empathetic. Varied stimuli are used and a range of thinking skills developed. A variety of themes ensure pupils can discuss a range of moral and ethical issues. Learn More
  10. Thinking Through Philosophy - Book 3
    £17.50

    The development of thinking skills has been identified as of great importance to the educational development of young people of any age or ability. This approach encourages information handling, reasoning, creative thinking and evaluation. The Thinking Through Philosophy series has been designed to help pupils of all ages to understand the importance of being self-aware, self-regulated, motivated and to be empathetic. Varied stimuli are used and a range of thinking skills developed. A variety of themes ensure pupils can discuss a range of moral and ethical issues. Learn More

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