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Spellings, Homophones & Parts of Speech:
A Structured Approach to Literacy for Children

by Kathleen Paterson

Item: 9781904150571

Item: 9781904160588

Item: 9781904160595
Book 1

Book 2

Book 3

  Format: softcover

Book 1

Spellings, Homophones & Parts of Speech - Book 1 is the first book in Year 4 of the Literacy for Life series. It is a structured resource for teaching literacy through spelling and grammar skills. It contains a range of short stories, dictionary work, wordsearches and puzzles. The harder words introduced during Year 4 give opportunities for building general knowledge as well as pointing out patterns in the English language. It is produced without pictures to make it useful to older students who may need reinforcement with literacy skills at Key stage 2 level.
 
Book 2

Spellings, Homophones & Parts of Speech - Book 2 is the second book in Year 4 of the Literacy for Life series. It is a structured resource for teaching literacy through spelling and grammar skills. It contains a range of short stories, dictionary work, wordsearches and puzzles. The harder words introduced during Year 4 give opportunities for building general knowledge as well as pointing out patterns in the English language. It is produced without pictures to make it useful to older students who may need reinforcement with literacy skills at Key stage 2 level.
 
Book 3

Continues the structured resource for teaching spellings, phonics and grammatical awareness. With stories, dictionary work, wordsearches and puzzles. The harder words introduced during Year 4 give opportunities for building general knowledge as well as pointing out patterns in the English language. Produced without “young” pictures to make it acceptable to older students who may need reinforcement with literacy skills at this level.


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