Not just a book! It comes with FREE glow-in-the-dark pants for lucky kids who love pants! (We know you do.) Prince Pip is royal. He can have anything he wants. But the only thing he wants is PANTS! He likes pants even more than football, dogs or sweeties. His whole palace is FULL of them. Now it’s Prince Pip’s birthday. He can’t wait to choose a special pair of pants to wear on his big day. But when he goes to his pants drawer, it’s empty! Where have all his pants gone…? A hilarious story with FREE glow-in-the-dark pants! Great for little kids who adore pants and funny stories Kids will love the funny surprise on the final spread Alan MacDonald is the best-loved creator of Dirty Bertie
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This text gives clear instructions for growing small plants from seeds. The simple sentence structures with repeated high frequency words are reinforced by photographs and smaller vignettes. Yellow level titles offer opportunities to focus on initial consonants and consonant blends and present children with new vocabulary – one new word is introduced for every 20 familiar words. 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.
Meg’s mother and father have a book shop. Yellow level titles offer opportunities to focus on initial consonants and consonant blends and present children with new vocabulary – one new word is introduced for every 20 familiar words. In PM Stars favourite characters take centre-stage. The series is packed with beautiful illustrations and photographs, and comprises ‘narrative’, ‘families’ and ‘non-fiction’ strands.
Max and his Grandad are blowing bubbles. Magenta level titles (equivalent to the Pink book band) are perfect for introducing fundamental reading concepts and skills to early and emergent readers. PM Gems offer 50 extra titles for your early and emergent readers. Includes much-loved characters such as Kitty Cat and Little Chimp.
Hey, little globetrotters! Explore your big planet in fun facts, colour art and simple maps.
Intermediate (B1) 96 pages CD or cassette A wealth of activities based on reading and listening realia (authentic or simulated-authentic) at an elementary to upper-intermediate level. Supports teachers presenting a ‘Background to Britain’ through a range of authentic and semi-authentic maps, menus, and street plans. The book presents real cities, real events, and real people. #elt17 #eltresource
Dr Fang: a fictional narrative about a visit to the dentist’s office.Healthy Teeth and Gums: an exposition about why it is important to take good care of your teeth. Text type: narrative and exposition; 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.
Henry and Matthew put up a tent in Matthew’s backyard. It is going to be their new club house but they need more members. Matthews’s mother suggests the children next door but they are making their own club house and try to wreck Henry and Matthew’s. 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. 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.
Welcome to maths! What’s it all about? My First Maths is going to show you! This series helps you start with maths in a quick and simple way, using fun examples from real life. Here’s a secret: you use maths all the time, in ways you don’t even notice. Sorting your toys, counting sweets, knowing how tall you are: that’s all maths! Each of these colourful books guides you through a key maths concept, and lets you test your new skills with simple questions. Very first maths that adds up to big fun! Very simple first maths guides for the youngest learners Packed with practical examples of maths in everyday life Each book includes several questions for children to answer Easy sentences, beautiful photos and simple word banks #bookpacks-0816
Sporting events, competition and championships give athletes the chance to test themselves against the world’s best. The venue, the action and the crowd all help to make an event exciting. From annual events such as Wimbledon, the golf ‘majors’ or the Tour de France to less regular competitions such as World Cups or the Olympic Games, this book give spectators a chance to see the world’s top athletes in action. Ruby level titles give readers the variety they need to become confident and successful readers, using a range of characters, topics and text styles keep children engaged and encourage discussion. PM Non-fiction books are carefully researched, presenting factual information accompanied by superb photography and realistic illustrations to engage young readers.