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‘Empowers children to be creative, perseverant and write independently’ TEACH PRIMARY
‘A must-have book for any young writer’ JANE CONSIDINE
‘An imaginative and affordable resource’ CLASS READS
If you’re looking for emergency literacy help in a handy, pocket-sized book, then Write Like a Ninja is perfect for you. Crammed full of writing and grammar tips, prompts to get children thinking of rich alternatives and Alan Peat’s exciting sentences, this gem of a book is perfect for children aged 7 upwards either as an invaluable classroom aid or a brilliant dip-in thesaurus to use at home. It contains everything a budding writer needs to flourish as an author and meet the demands of the Key Stage 2 National Curriculum for English.
This engaging, easy-to-use book allows children to write with confidence. There are awesome alternatives for overused adjectives, as well as themed vocabulary lists for describing settings, characters, food and drink, and more. From examples of metaphors, similes and superlatives to verbs, conjunctions and adjectives, this is a user-friendly book that children will turn to again and again to build their own ideas and enrich their writing.
This neat little book will save hours of time spent tracking down resources and finding examples for children, and empower them to write independently using rich vocabulary, varied language and exciting sentences – all leading to becoming top writing ninjas!
For more must-have Ninja books by Andrew Jennings (@VocabularyNinja), check out the Vocabulary Ninja and Comprehension Ninja classroom and home learning resources.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 112
Weight: 164 g
Dimensions: 190 x 156 mm
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This book covers part of my own education that, I now realise, was rather lacking. To this day I am less confident on what an adverb is then a grown up should be. So this book is brilliant because it lays out what my... More
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