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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Join a Sports Team: an exposition where the author tries to persuade the reader to join a sports team by highlighting the benefits.We Won: a response based on a school basketball game. Text type: exposition and response; Genre: non-fiction PM Writing 4 provides: writing goals that guide and support teachers and students instructional content for the conventions and composition of extending or advanced 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.
By examining the behaviours of the animals in this Aesop’s fable, readers will infer “It’s much better to be yourself, than to be a donkey and try to be someone that you’re not”. 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 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.
Transform your look again and again with Glitter Face Painting. A follow up title to Klutz: Face Painting, this sequel shows you heaps more tips and tricks to up your face-painting skills and really stand out. Comes with everything you need to get imaginative, including detailed instructions, five shimmery fact paints, a face painting brush and eye-catching body stickers (including rhinestones).
Now in a read-alone format with a clearer typeface, the magical story of a teeny-weeny fish with a passion for spinning tall tales!
Light-hearted stories and fables about talking animals are a very old European tradition. This simple retelling omits the hen’s amazing skill with a needle and thread, but retains the original humour of the tale. Set in Britain in the 19th century. Purple level titles introduce a variety of topics to promote reading for pleasure and offer plenty of opportunities to look at rhyme and rhythm within words to build fluency and phrasing. 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.
Hell = the future as a giant retail centre. These robots aren’t on Mars. They just work at AllMART. Boxes. Numbers. Smiles. Can Zoe still drop out?
Jesse Sharpe, child prodigy and secret agent, must find a bomb in a crowded railway station. Time is running out. Thousands of people could die. But the actual threat is more sinister and deadly than even Jesse guesses…
When locust numbers are high locusts group together in swarms, causing a locust plague. Fast Forward Instructional Texts are especially designed for teacher-led guided or shared reading sessions with less-able readers (either individuals or groups at the same level) and form the core of Fast Forward’s finely-levelled approach. Vibrant illustrations and photographs are paired with engaging, varied topics and stories to ensure that there’s something for every type of reader. Audio to accompany each Instructional Text can be downloaded from www.scholastic.co.uk/fastforwardaudio. 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.
This scientifically accurate narrative completes the life cycle of Katie’s caterpillar. Anxiety will keep children turning the pages until Katie’s ingenuity provides a platform for the butterfly’s first fluttering flight. 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 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.
Dad is a superhero – and Mum’s a supervillain! When Madame Malice breaks out of jail and kidnaps Jonny and Tommy, will she turn them to the dark side?