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Develop your childrenâ€™s reading and writing skills with At the Dump interactive book and Story Creator, from the primary literacy specialists at Collins Education. Also available: My Bike Ride and It Was a Cold, Dark Night.
The perfect way to develop essential literacy skills and transfer good reading to great writing. This book has been carefully levelled for children aged 4+.
â€˘An animated, interactive book that brings the story to life
â€˘Audio narration, music and sound effects to aid language learning â€“ read along with the narration as the words are highlighted
â€˘Opportunities to develop speaking and listening skills by recording your own narration and sound effects â€“ perfect for storytelling and to hear progression over time
â€˘Hidden surprises to discover on every page and a Collins Big Cat quiz to see what you can remember
â€˘Transfer reading to writing using Story Creator: make your own book using pictures, characters and key vocabulary from the story, transforming readers into writers
â€˘Practical guidance for adults helping children to develop their reading, writing and communication skills.
Where does the paper go? Where does the glass go? What else can we recycle at the dump? A family trip to the local rubbish dump allows children to practise their own recycling skills â€“ can you drag the correct rubbish into the bins? Help the characters tidy up so that all the household waste is thrown away.
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ABOUT COLLINS BIG CAT:
This popular reading series is used and trusted by over 9000 UK primary schools, as well as English-speaking schools all over the world. Now available on the App Store for the first time, weâ€™ve brought the quality that teachers, parents and children have come to expect to our digital versions of the books.
September 06, 2012 Price Decrease: $3.99 -> FREE!
May 23, 2012 Initial Release