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Oxford Very First Dictionary

Fully illustrated alphabetical first dictionary for 4-5 year-olds

Clare Kirtley, Georgie Birkett, and Oxford Dictionaries

Suitable for:  4-5 years, KS1, Foundation/ Reception, Nursery/P1, teachers, nursery teachers, parents, librarians

Price:  £7.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-275682-4
Publication date: 03/05/2012
Paperback: 64 pages
Dimensions: 240x185mm

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Description

The Oxford Very First Dictionary, with its colourful clear layout and familiar first words, each with a simple definition and illustration, is a fun and easy way for young children to learn how to use a dictionary. An illustrated section at the end on topics such as colours and days of the week provides additional support for early literacy.


Features

  • NEW LOOK! NEW COVER! 2012 EDITION!
  • Fresh new cover for this edition with fun contemporary artwork
  • A perfect fit for delivering the literacy framework for Reception/Foundation and Scottish Guidelines P1
  • Headwords simply explained using full sentences and an illustration
  • Gives the full alphabet, with alphabet thumb tabs, on every page
  • Includes a useful introduction on how to get the best out of the dictionary
  • Illustrated section on Words We Write a Lot, Verbs, Colours, Shapes, Days of the Week, Months of the Year, Numbers to 20 and the alphabet
  • ACCESSIBLE! AGE-APPROPRIATE! AUTHORITATIVE! FROM THE MARKET LEADING CHILDREN'S DICTIONARY PUBLISHER!

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