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Toe by Toe


Understanding & Using Spoken Language


Understanding and Using Spoken Language (2nd edition) is a collection of original games and activities designed to help and support children aged from 7 to 9 years.

Vocabulary in a SNAP


This innovative series provides more than 100 research-based mini-lessons that help teachers efficiently shape vocabulary instruction, each taking less than 20 minutes. Choose a book option below to LOOK INSIDE.

Warm-up Games for Grammar


Recognising grammar is often invisible as well as complex, Warm-up Games for Grammar brings it out into the open so that children can see it, play with it and understand how and why we need to learn about it.
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Warm-up Games for Writing


By playing any of the great range of games this series offers, students are prompted to think about ideas, words and the details of language and to move towards the creative and focused part of their brain.
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We Love Poetry


We Love Poetry contains numerous ideas and topics for poetry sessions which are interspersed with examples of poems written by children in the author’s classes.
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WH Bingo (Ask & Answer Series)


– Laminated Who, What, When, Where and Why Bingo Games

What Every Teacher Should Know About Grammar Toolkit


Following What Every Teacher Should Know About Spelling Toolkit by the same author, this two-book series, What Every Teacher Should Know About Grammar Toolkit, is an in-depth resource that aims to provide teachers with a wide range of strategies for teaching grammar. The series contains hundreds of exercises designed to foster an appreciation of the subject in students.
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What Every Teacher Should Know about Spelling Toolkit


What Every Teacher Should Know about Spelling Toolkit is a two-book comprehensive photocopiable resource that will provide teachers with a range of strategies for teaching spelling.
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What is your Story?


This book guides students through a range of creative assignments in which they develop their writing and inquiry skills while investigating their everyday lives, their memories, their family journeys and their plans for the future.

WIAT-III UK-T: Wechsler Individual Achievement Test for Teachers (3rd UK Edition)


The WIAT-III Third UK edition for Teachers (WIAT-III UK-T) is a UK-normed battery of five subtests to test key aspects of literacy.

WJIV: Woodcock Johnson IV: Tests Of Achievement (UK & IRL Edition)


The WJ IV is the perfect assessment for accurately screening, diagnosing, and monitoring progress in reading, writing, and maths achievement areas. The UK and Ireland edition of the WJ IV has been specially designed and adapted from the WJ IV Tests of Achievement,  Form C. While the norms have not changed, all of the content has been anglicised for use in the UK and Ireland and the testing battery has been shortened from 20 tests (standard and extended battery tests available in the full Wj IV) to the 11 core tests (standard battery only) thus making it more economical, affordable, and accessible to those schools and examiners seeking out a reliable and robust assessment tool.

Word Aware


There are three books in this appealing series: Book 1: Teaching Vocabulary across the Day, across the Curriculum (age suitability: 5-11+), Book 2: Teaching Vocabulary in the Early Years (age suitability: 3-5+) & Book 3: Teaching Vocabulary in Small Groups for Ages 6 to 11.

Word Wasp


Words Their Way


Words Their Way is a teacher-directed, student-centred approach to vocabulary growth and spelling development where students from early years to junior secondary school engage in a variety of sound, pattern and meaning activities, sorting pictures and words.

WRAT5: Wide Range Achievement Test (5th Edition)


The WRAT5 provides an accurate and easy-to-administer way to assess and monitor the reading, spelling and maths skills in people aged 5–85+ and helps identify possible learning disabilities.

Writer’s Workshop


– How to Implement an Effective Writing Program in the Classroom

Writer’s Workshop is a comprehensive step-by-step guide for primary school teachers to set up and implement an innovative and effective writing program in the classroom.

Writing Frameworks


– Helping Students to Get to Grips with Writing
The Writing Frameworks series has been designed to assist teachers in their teaching of writing. In two photocopiable books, Writing Frameworks provides easy-to-use prewriting strategies, guides and model writing exemplars across seven writing genres.
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Writing Ideas Bank, The


– Starters and Strategies for Writing in the Classroom
The Writing Ideas Bank is a mad and funny book about teaching and learning writing. Written in a quick and witty style that will appeal to young writers, it has been designed to give both students and teachers a range of practical (and nutty) writing strategies that will support all writing genres.

Writing in the Content Areas


Writing in the Content Areas, Second Edition is for middle and high school content area teachers who assign essays, term papers, lab reports and other writing tasks to students.