The Wonderful World of Words Pack 1 (Vol 1 to 10)

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Welcome to the Wonderful World of Words (WOW). This 20-part series of books aims to help children learn English grammar in a fun and meaningful way through stories. Children will be able to understand how grammar works through the exciting tales of the characters from WOW Kingdom and Forest. The stories also help children learn vocabulary that is integrated with grammar, so they can use words accurately in sentences and help improve their writing. Suitable for children P1- P3

What’s Inside

  • Imaginative stories that engage children, and help develop an interest in learning grammar 
  • Adventures that encourage children to learn and understand grammar, and not just memorise rules
  • Games and activities to reinforce learning and check for understanding 

This pack includes Vol 1 - 10:

  1. The Wonderful World Of Words: King Norman Nautilus Noun
  2. The Wonderful World Of Words: The King And The Queen
  3. The Wonderful World Of Words: Queen Veronica Vanderbilt Verb
  4. The Wonderful World Of Words: The Admiral And The King
  5. The Wonderful World Of Words: Princess Preposition To The Rescue
  6. The Wonderful World Of Words: The Prince Gets Into Trouble
  7. The Wonderful World Of Words: The Queen's Best Friend
  8. The Wonderful World Of Words: The King Goes Dancing
  9. The Wonderful World Of Words: The King And Mr Anteater
  10. The Wonderful World Of Words: The Queen And The Soldiers

About the Author:

Dr Lubna Alsagoff is a language educator who is especially known for her work in improving the teaching of grammar in schools and in teacher education. She was Head of English Language and Literature at the National Institute of Education (NIE) and has published a number of grammar resources used by teachers and students. She has a PhD in Linguistics from Stanford University, USA, and has been teaching and researching English grammar for over 30 years.

ISBN
Year of Pub
2022
No. of Pages
28
Author
Dr Lubna Alsagoff
No. of Issues
10
Dimensions
297 x 210mm
Weight
1200
Brand

Welcome to the Wonderful World of Words (WOW). This 20-part series of books aims to help children learn English grammar in a fun and meaningful way through stories. Children will be able to understand how grammar works through the exciting tales of the characters from WOW Kingdom and Forest. The stories also help children learn vocabulary that is integrated with grammar, so they can use words accurately in sentences and help improve their writing. Suitable for children P1- P3

What’s Inside

  • Imaginative stories that engage children, and help develop an interest in learning grammar 
  • Adventures that encourage children to learn and understand grammar, and not just memorise rules
  • Games and activities to reinforce learning and check for understanding 

This pack includes Vol 1 - 10:

  1. The Wonderful World Of Words: King Norman Nautilus Noun
  2. The Wonderful World Of Words: The King And The Queen
  3. The Wonderful World Of Words: Queen Veronica Vanderbilt Verb
  4. The Wonderful World Of Words: The Admiral And The King
  5. The Wonderful World Of Words: Princess Preposition To The Rescue
  6. The Wonderful World Of Words: The Prince Gets Into Trouble
  7. The Wonderful World Of Words: The Queen's Best Friend
  8. The Wonderful World Of Words: The King Goes Dancing
  9. The Wonderful World Of Words: The King And Mr Anteater
  10. The Wonderful World Of Words: The Queen And The Soldiers

About the Author:

Dr Lubna Alsagoff is a language educator who is especially known for her work in improving the teaching of grammar in schools and in teacher education. She was Head of English Language and Literature at the National Institute of Education (NIE) and has published a number of grammar resources used by teachers and students. She has a PhD in Linguistics from Stanford University, USA, and has been teaching and researching English grammar for over 30 years.

ISBN
Year of Pub
2022
No. of Pages
28
Author
Dr Lubna Alsagoff
No. of Issues
10
Dimensions
297 x 210mm
Weight
1200
Brand