Children's & Educational

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  • Dierestories 4

    £6.95
    Die vierde boek in G.R. von Wielligh se klassieke versameling eg-Suid-Afrikaanse dierestories. In Dierestories 4 vang Jakkals en Wolf saam vis en hulle bou saam 'n huis. Ons leer Jakkals en Wolf se seuns ken. Jakkals moet Leeu se siek kind dokter en ons hoor van die kaskenades van Bobbejaan en Erdvark. Learn More
  • Dierestories 1

    £18.95
    Dierestories 1 is die eerste in 'n reeks diereverhale versamel deur G.R. von Wielligh. Die diereverhale wat Von Wielligh versamel het van die Khoi-Khoi, is van die oudste diereverhale in Suid-Afrika. Met die nuutste uitgawe kry die verhale 'n nuwe baadjie met die pragtige illustrasies van Dale Blankenaar. Dierestories 1 bestaan uit 15 stories. Daar word onder andere vertel van die groot geveg tussen die lopende en die vlieende diere; wie die voels, die insekte en die diere as koning verkies het en ons maak kennis met die Jakkals en arme, dom Wolf. Learn More
  • Literacy link, The [YPF9]

    £10.00
    How can a modern foreign language be integrated into the primary school day? How can learning a foreign language enhance literacy development? "The Literacy Link" considers a wide range of skills and their development through MFLs, both for KS1 and KS2 - vocabulary extension; confidence with text, with listening, speaking, reading and writing; phonological awareness, phonics and spelling; grammatical awareness; sentence construction and punctuation; reading comprehension; and writing composition - supported by practical examples of activities. Learn More
  • Anorak

    £6.50

    Just like much loved children’s magazines and annuals of the past Anorak is designed to be collected, kept, handed down and revisited. “Anorak is what would happen if Monty Python, Ralph Steadman and René Magritte decided to make a magazine for children. It's anarchic, fun, laugh-out-loud strange and readable for kids of all ages.” Huffington Post

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  • DOT Magazine

    £5.00

    DOT Magazine is a quarterly print magazine aimed at boys & girls aged 5 and under.  Available worldwide from June 2015, DOT  is ad-free and distributed through bookshops, kids boutiques, school libraries, and the newsstands. 

    Just like its older brother Anorak, DOT encompasses all aspects of a child’s life, from jumping in puddles to learning through play. It encourages kids to be resourceful and find solutions using all the tools they naturally have at their disposition: imagination, creativity and fun.

    “Parents and educators have been asking me for years to produce a quality magazine for a younger audience. And with a market over-crowded with dumbed down, purposeless and poorly designed magazines, I felt this was the right time to launch DOT. DOT is here to teach, inspire and provide plenty of hours of intelligent fun at the same time.” Cathy Olmedillas, Founding Editor.

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  • Robots Don't Say Please (and Can't Eat Cheese)

    £6.99
    Robot and barney are the best of friends but Robot's lack of manners drive Mum and Dad round the bend! After a spot of trouble and Chess fondue, Robot learns that "AFFIRMATIVE" just will not do. Learn More
  • Spanish DOT Magazine

    £5.00

    DOT en español, igual que en su versión inglesa, aborda aspectos universales de la vida de un niño. Desde saltar en charcos hasta aprender jugando. DOT cruza fronteras culturales y de género, aprovechando la imaginación de los niños, animándoles a explorar y a ser creativos.

    Maravillosamente ilustrada por artistas de países de todo el mundo, incluido España, cada número de DOT está dedicado a un tema. En el primero de ellos hablaremos sobre las formas geométricas. Se trata de un número educativo que explica cómo el mundo está compuesto por formas. La revista incluye historias divertidas y un montón de actividades creativas. Además, los niños aprenderán palabras en inglés gracias a la gran amiga de DOT, Uga la tortuga.

    DOT in Spanish, as in its English version, addresses universal aspects of a child's life. From jumping in puddles to learning while playing. DOT crosses cultural and gender boundaries, taking advantage of children's imaginations, encouraging them to explore and be creative.

    Beautifully illustrated by artists from countries around the world, including Spain, each issue of DOT is dedicated to one theme. In the first of them we will talk about geometric shapes. It is an educational number that explains how the world is composed of forms. The magazine includes fun stories and lots of creative activities. In addition, the children will learn English words thanks to the great friend of DOT, Uga the turtle.

     

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