Bond SATs Skills Arithmetic for age 8–9 has been developed by Bond to begin building core arithmetic skills. With increased emphasis on arithmetic calculation in Key Stage 2 of the National Curriculum, this workbook will help children start to build the core skills and knowledge expected in key assessments.
Blog posts for: Age>9 years
This new edition of Nelson English provides an integrated approach to teaching the core literacy skills at primary level; comprehension, writing, grammar, punctuation, spelling and vocabulary. Each unit focuses on a different text from a wide range of genres, including both fiction and non-fiction. The programme provides embedded assessment support and regular opportunities to practise and consolidate learning.
Suitable for age 8–9 (Year 4/Primary 5).
Oxford Roald Dahl Dictionary: From aardvark to zozimus, a real dictionary of everyday and extra-usual words…
This is not an ordinary dictionary. Ordinary dictionaries won’t explain the difference between a ‘ringbeller’ and a ‘trogglehumper’. All the words that Roald Dahl invented are here, with real citations from Roald Dahl’s children’s books and illustrations by Quentin Blake, to inspire and encourage young writers and readers.
This activity book will help your child to progress with these core maths skills while having fun. They will become confident with quickly solving calculations involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
This activity book will help your child to progress with their handwriting while having fun. They will become confident with the formation of letters and practise cursive writing, including joining up letters and using spaces.
Ben has one important thing on his Christmas list, and it’s the same thing every year. He wants his dad to be at home for Christmas. But his wish never comes true. And Ben’s starting to get a bit sceptical about Father Christmas’s existence, he needs proof. So, on Christmas Eve, he sets up an elaborate booby trap to capture the jolly bearded fella as he comes sliding down the chimney. Kicking off a sequence of hilarious events that makes this Christmas the most bonkers ever!
Suitable for age 8+.
In The Accidental Prime Minister, Joe Perkins was trying to save his local park when he accidentally ended up being Prime Minster. In this hilarious sequel, Joe is back. The people need someone to remind them about the good things in life; about how we can all come together to make the world a better place. Where there is grumpiness, may we bring giggles, where there is jelly, may we bring ice-cream, and where there are chairs, may we bring whoopee cushions!
Suitable for age 8+.