Description - An Owl at School by Claire Llewellyn
An Owl at School is part of the Key Skills strand (High Frequency Words) of Cambridge Reading. It is a child's recount of a day when a birds of prey display team visit the school and teach the children all about the eagle owl. Photographs are used to make the books real and relevant to children's own experiences. The language is simple with repetition of high frequency words - ideal for young readers in the Foundation stage (aged 4). There are 20 non-fiction books in the High Frequency Words strand, which provide a comprehensive resource for teaching the 45 NLS high-frequency words. The words are introduced in the context of real texts through three different text types - 'I remember' (recount), 'how to' (instruction) and 'find out about' (report). This book is also available in a pack of six.
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(164mm x 144mm x 3mm)
Cambridge University Press
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