Cheshire Cat Jez

Helpful votes received on reviews: 89% (34 of 38)
Location: Cheshire, England

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100 Science Homework Activities for Years 1 and 2:&hellip by Carole Creary
5.0 out of 5 stars Super Time Saver, 26 Nov 2013
This is a really great book and has quickly become an essential part of my "arsenal" trying to convey key science concepts to a mixed Y1/2 class. Undoubtedly it is useful for homework, there is a section underneath each activity that "spells out" expected parental involvement. The activities are fun and meaningful. I have also used some of the activities as group challenges for collaborative learning tasks and again, this has worked well.
Creative Activities for Plot, Character & Setting &hellip by Teresa Grainger
I love this book. It is a book filled with "realistic" activities for each of these different areas. I have found it indispensable, good value and can give no higher rating. Love the full colour format throughout.
The Friendly Floppy Ragdoll Cat by Kimberly H Maxwell
The Friendly Floppy Ragdoll Cat by Kimberly H Maxwell
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I have bought a number of books about Ragdoll cats, being the proud owner of a 2 year old "Raggie." Without question, this book by Kimberley Maxwell, is the absolute best. It is a one-stop Encyclopedia of this beautiful and endearing breed. With over eighteen chapters and just short of 230 pages (nearly A4 sized), it's developed my understanding greatly.
I loved the chapters explaining "the Ragdoll flop" and the mysterious beginnings of the breed. There are literally hundreds of full-colour photos highlighting:common standards in appearance, differences in colours and patterns, how colours change as cats mature et al. The section on hazards and household dangers was a real wake-up call… Read more

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