The story of three goats who cross the bridge to eat grass, but have to first face the mean troll that lives underneath. This story is about using what you have to conquer and survive obstacles. The first two goats use their intelligence to save themselves, while the largest goat uses his size and physical strength. Orange level titles introduce new words and reinforce those already encountered. Three-syllable words are included and readers encounter different story structures – such as traditional tales and plays – to build writing skills. Available for Levels 15-24, PM Traditional Tales and Plays retell classic tales in a simplified language and form that children can understand. Teachers use the tales in guided reading sessions and children can later read them with confidence and understanding. Parts are colour-coded for easy recognition.
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This text explains that feeling is one of the five senses and it is done by touching something to the skin. It also describes what feels soft, wet, hot and if something is moving. Blue level titles introduce children to sentence structures and common...
Let go of the day and get ready for bed with this soothing guide. Peace, calm and perfect bedtimes. A blissful delight.
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This story is a sequel to ‘A Party for Brown Mouse’. Grey Mouse and White Mouse want to go home, but the cat is outside. They get away safely when Brown Mouse tricks the cat with a clockwork mouse. Blue level titles introduce children to sentence...
Spooky Skaters is a comic-strip style reader about a group of skateboarders from the land of the living and the ‘Land of the Dead’. #elt17 #secondaryelt #eltreaders