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Fright Night: Write An Article (And More) (9-13 years)

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Fright Night: Write An Article (And More) (9-13 years)

An essential series of themed prompts to help children aged 9-13 years to practise their creative writing skills. The packs include an outline to help the child plan his or her own story, article, letter or play script and examples to build on, using harder more challenging vocabulary to stretch more able pupils.

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Guinea Pig Education,

 Guinea Pig Education is an educational publisher of work books and resources for use at primary and secondary levels. We offer a NEW, fresh and exciting approach to learning, which parents, teachers and even kids trust and which has proved highly successful over the years.

Guinea Pig books set out to re-educate young learners that reading and writing are not dull, but rather REWARDING and SATISFYING.

 

 

 

 
 
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    Fright Night: Write An Article (And More) (Essential Writing Practice) (9-13 years)

    Read the prompt poem on 'Fright Night'. Write a spine chilling version to persuade your reader to join the spooky event. Next, write an article reporting on the frightful night, adding fearsome facts and odious opinions

    An essential series of themed prompts to help children aged 9-12 years to practise their creative writing skills. The packs include an outline to help the child plan his or her own story, article, letter or play script and examples to build on, using harder more challenging vocabulary to stretch more able pupils.

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    The Wheel is an educational networking and resource marketplace that connects educators and students with knowledge, resources and tools to excel. Either digital or physical, each product is created to assist educators or students researching or preparing for a specific subject matter. The Wheel was founded by Michael de Main, a NSW Secondary Teacher.

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