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This new collection of poetry has been designed with dyslexic readers in mind. sixty wonderfully funny poems layout, font and paper colour designed
An impressive model kit including fantastic features such as pop-up ghosts, spooky picture frames and skeletons. Glue, scissors and a bit of work should result in a masterpiece!
Part of a lovely ‘busy’ series of books, this board book provides an interactive tour around the home. Little fingers can open blinds, make the washing machine go round and help flowers grow.
Tommy is worried about the strange pupils at his new school in this gruesome page-turner recommended for those not worried by nightmares.
Whether you’d like to know if rabbits fart or computers will ever be cleverer than people, this is a great choice for anyone who likes fascinating scientific questions to be answered in a brain-friendly way!
Comic books can be a great way of interesting children who aren’t enthusiastic readers. Use the power of comics to boost literacy with these fun activities. Click here.
All our downloadable activities in one place. Spot the difference, Colouring, Craft, Mazes, Wordsearches and lots more. Click here.
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