• Early learning: first word books
      October 2019

      Big Words for Fearless Girls

      600 Big Words for Girls with Big Dreams

      by Stephanie and David Miles

      Big Words for Fearless Girls is a first-of-its-kind primer bursting with powerful first words girls will need to pursue their big dreams. The vibrant, oversized board book comes packed with 600 brightly illustrated words, all interwoven with 50 female heroes and inspiring messages. Readers will learn colors with Frida Kahlo, animals with Jane Goodall, things that go with Amelia Earhart, fruits and vegetables with Julia Child, and more—but the words don't stop there. Girls will also find hundreds of powerful words on activism, government, science, engineering, and more to get them ready to blaze ahead and better the world!

    • Early learning / early learning concepts

      What Do We Say

      A Guide to Islamic Manners

      by Noorah Kathryn. Abdullah

    • Educational: Religious studies: Islam

      Allah Gave Me Two Hands and Feet

      by Raana. Bokhari

    • Educational: Religious studies: Islam

      Allah Gave Me Two Ears to Hear

      by Amrana. Arif

    • Early learning: numbers & counting

      World Wide Web

      by Linda. Bullock

    • Picture books, activity books & early learning material

      Owain A'r Siapiau

      by Ian Whybrow

    • Early learning / early learning concepts

      Bochdewion a Gerbilod

      by Honor Head

    • Picture books, activity books & early learning material

      Siapiau Sali Mali A'i Ffrindiau

      by Gordon Jones

    • Picture books, activity books & early learning material

      Tractorau

      by Sioned Lleinau

    • Picture books, activity books & early learning material

      Lliwiau Sali Mali A'i Ffrindiau

      by Gordon Jones

    • Early learning / early learning concepts

      Cadno

      by Jinny Johnson

    • Educational: Mathematics & numeracy

      Hwyl Gyda Rhifo

      Posau Rhifo I Blant Bach

      by Siân Lewis

    • Education

      How to Sparkle at Nursery Rhymes

      by Jo Laurence

      How to Sparkle at Nursery Rhymes contains reproducible worksheets for 20 popular nursery rhymes, for use during the Foundation Stage or at Key Stage 1 (KS1). The photocopiable worksheets provide a mixture of activities, from reading and sequencing nursery rhymes, through to continuing patterns and simple writing activities.

    • Teaching of a specific subject

      Colours

      Activities for 3-5 Year Olds

      by Irene Yates

      Recognizing, identifying and being able to name colours are essential steps in the early education of all children. Colour knowledge is an important means of helping children to make comparisons and observe and explore their environment. These fun, easy-to-use ideas can be used in all early years settings, from preschools and nurseries to reception classes and day nurseries.

    • Teaching of a specific subject

      Food

      Activities for 3-5 Year Olds

      by Adrienne Walton

      Food: Activities for 3-5 Year Olds contains enjoyable activities to help foundation stage children to develop essential skills. Talking about, handling, preparing and eating food have an instant appeal for young children and offer a variety of learning experiences. These fun, easy-to-use ideas can be used in all early years settings, from preschools and nurseries to reception classes and day nurseries.

    • Early learning / early learning concepts

      Llygod a Llygod Mawr

      by Honor Head

    • Early learning / early learning concepts

      Ci Bach

      by Honor Head

    • Educational: English language & literacy

      Phonicability Games, the Alphabet

      by Vera. Conway

    • Education

      Games for the Early Years

      26 Games to Make and Play

      by Judith Rhodes

      Games for the Early Years contains 26 tried and tested games for 3-5 year olds. All the games are reproducible and can be made easily and then played for years. The games teach and reinforce basic early years skills, help children learn to work together and take turns, introduce new concepts and link to common early years themes such as clothes, weather, transport, dinosaurs and animals. It is an invaluable resource for all early years settings from preschools and day centres to reception classes and nurseries.

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