This pack contains one copy each of the following titles: PM Green: Coldest Places (PM Science Facts) Levels 14, 15 PM Green: Holiday by the Sea (PM Science Facts) Levels 14, 15 PM Green: Life in Hot Places (PM Science Facts) Levels 14, 15 PM Green: Looking at the Moon (PM Science Facts) Levels 14, 15 PM Green: My Book of the Seasons (PM Science Facts) Levels 14, 15 PM Green: Rocks and the Earth (PM Science Facts) Levels 14, 15 PM Green: Stars in the Sky (PM Science Facts) Levels 14, 15 PM Green: Stormy Weather (PM Science Facts) Levels 14, 15 PM Green: Watching Clouds (PM Science Facts) Levels 14, 15 PM Green: We Need the Sun (PM Science Facts) Levels 14, 15 Green level titles introduce more compound words, some longer sentences often with two clauses and different forms of text such as non-fiction, rhymes, diagrams, fables and verse. PM Science Facts offer 40 non-fiction titles which explore the scientific world from a child’s perspective. Intriguing topics to engage emergent readers.
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A classic that’ll make you love animals for life and adopt a chubby little piglet. No one is immune to this charming heartwarmer.
GM Foods have been changed from the way that they would normally grow in nature. Everyone needs to make their own decision about whether or not they will eat these foods. Fast Forward Independent Texts reinforce the skills and knowledge students have gained from instructional/guided reading sessions. Independent Texts have been carefully-levelled for independent reading, allowing children to experience reading success on their own terms. Fast Forward books are for struggling readers, but with an interest level of 9-14 years. To ensure that children are given every opportunity to succeed in their reading, the introduction of new words is one new word for every 16 known words (1:16). Unlike levelled reading programmes for younger children, Fast Forward introduces more complex sentences at the earliest levels. Engage your less confident readers and improve reading attainment with Fast Forward. This series offers a wide range of age-appropriate, high-interest readers for children in Key Stage 2 and 3 who are struggling to make progress with their reading. Each book has been carefully levelled to ensure steady progression with a range of text types introduced which children can use as a model for their own writing.
Shudder at the savage story of Dublin, brimming with blood-soaked battles and riotous rebellions. Find out which Irish king led a battle from his bathtub!
Mountains form some of the world’s largest and most dramatic landforms, and are where most of our rivers start. They are a venue for many recreational activities and a challenge for people who climb them. Text forms include explanations, verse and procedural writing. Gold level titles introduce children to more complex sentences with an average length of 10 words and help to develop reading strategies such as breaking long words down into syllables. For children who prefer to read non-fiction texts, the PM Plus Non-fiction titles offer carefully researched information thematically linked to key learning areas. The texts are supported with superb photography and realistic illustrations.
William plays a game in the car with his sister where they have to find a number plate with a letter of the alphabet. Turquoise level titles develop children’s understanding of topics with clusters of books on related subjects. High-interest themes such as danger, courage, kindness, bullying and anger are introduced. Each meticulously levelled PM Fiction title features a classic story structure complete with tension, climax and resolution. The stories deal with concepts and experiences that young children can relate to. PM Storybooks cover levels 3–24.
A fictional narrative and a non-fiction information report about garden snails and their behaviour: a story about two girls’ lettuce plants getting eaten by snails, as well as information about snails. Text type: narrative and information report; Genre: fiction/non-fiction PM Writing 3 provides: writing goals that guide and support teachers and students instructional content for the conventions and composition of consolidating writing content that promotes writing to construct meaning across the curriculum in a variety of text forms teaching and learning approaches that promote choice and authenticity in writing for a variety of purposes and audiences. PM Writing is a complete learning, teaching and assessment package that develops the writing process throughout the primary phase. It provides explicit and systematic instruction in writing, incorporating shared, guided and independent writing and linked independent reading.
In the middle of a town in Italy, there was a tall tower with a bell. The king told his people to ring the bell if a cruel thing had been done to them. This traditional tale is about what happened one day when the bell was rung. Gold level titles introduce children to more complex sentences with an average length of 10 words and help to develop reading strategies such as breaking long words down into syllables. PM Plus Storybooks feature a classic story structure with tension, climax and resolution to engage young readers. The books have been written using carefully selected vocabulary to ensure children experience reading success.
Alex and Brendan watch the new neighbours arrive and hear a load groning noise coming from a box marked “fragile”. That night, Alex hears a wailing noise from next door. The next night the boys campout. When noise starts they see the new neighbour, Dr MacTavish, wrestling with a strange creature… Emerald level (equivalent to the Lime bridging book band) provides a variety of chapter books and non-fiction titles. Readers are encouraged to experience different text types, writing styles and genres to develop their own reading tastes. The PM Chapter Books offer a broad range of content, characters, narrative structures and points of view. They have been specifically written for students in the middle to upper years with the needs of guided reading in mind.
Ella wants to go bowling with her mum and grandma, but the car won’t start so they have to stay at home. Ella finds some skittles at home and they play with those instead. Blue level titles introduce children to sentence structures and common word endings. This level also teaches how to read with insight, encouraging children to stress words in bold type for example. PM Gems offer 50 extra titles for your early and emergent readers. Includes much-loved characters such as Kitty Cat and Little Chimp.
How do you unite two people who can’t stand each other? Here’s a smart idea: find a third person they despise even more. Bring on queen bee Tiffany – so mean that both Nikki and MacKenzie love to hate her! Nikki is spending a week at North Hampton Hills on a school transfer. It’s super-cool and preppy, and would be completely perfect, if only MacKenzie wasn’t there too. But for once, Nikki’s nemesis isn’t the one spoiling things. There a local queen bee there already, and all the newbies are getting stung. Ouch! Nikki might just need to work WITH MacKenzie to survive the week. Can these sworn rivals team up as BFFs – Best Frenemies Forever? Exclusive paperback of this Dork Diaries blockbuster Full of laugh-out-loud humour and fantastic cartoons Nearly 30 million Dork Diaries books in print Great for fans of Tom Gates or the Wimpy Kid #blockbuster-pb17 #funnybooks-isbc-xd #reluctant-readers-17