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  • Cambridge Primary English Learner’s Book 3 with Digital Access (1 Year)

    By (author)  Sarah Lindsay , By (author)  Kate Ruttle

     

    Discover our new resources for the Cambridge International Primary and Lower Secondary Curriculum Frameworks Your learners will develop their English skills as they explore different settings for stories and discuss the difference between myths and legends. You’ll find a range of international fiction, non-fiction, poetry and drama throughout the book to help learners develop their understanding of different genres and text types. Each unit is packed with activities that cover reading, writing, speaking and listening, as well as opportunities to develop 21st century skills – such as collaboration and critical thinking. Units end with a project, like planning props for a play, to help students communicate confidently and apply their learning to real-world scenarios.

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    • ¬†Paperback |¬†256 pages
    • ¬†219 x 276 x 11mm | 650g
    • ¬†13 Jan 2022
    • ¬†Cambridge University Press
    • ¬†Cambridge, United Kingdom
    • ¬†English
    • ¬†Revised
    • ¬†2nd Revised edition
    • ¬†Worked examples or Exercises
    • ¬†1108819540
    • ¬†9781108819541
    • ¬†693,201
  • Cambridge Primary English Workbook 3 with Digital Access (1 Year)

    By (author)  Sarah Lindsay , By (author)  Kate Ruttle

     

    Whether they are exploring non-fiction texts, performing poetry or writing their own fables, our new primary and lower secondary resources help your learners develop critical thinking, communication and collaboration skills. With active learning at its heart, differentiation and assessment for learning opportunities, the series helps your students achieve their potential. You’ll find vocabulary and grammar support, along with plenty of opportunities to develop speaking and listening skills throughout. The accompanying Digital Classroom resource includes video, audio and interactive activities to bring your lessons to life. Our accessible teachers’ resources provide everything you need for the course including support and guidance to plan and deliver your lessons with confidence. Developed for the Cambridge International Primary and Lower Secondary curriculum

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    • ¬†Paperback |¬†206 pages
    • ¬†219 x 276 x 12mm | 530g
    • ¬†31 Dec 2021
    • ¬†Cambridge University Press
    • ¬†Cambridge, United Kingdom
    • ¬†English
    • ¬†Revised
    • ¬†2nd Revised edition
    • ¬†Worked examples or Exercises; Worked examples or Exercises
    • ¬†1108819559
    • ¬†9781108819558
    • ¬†824,778
  • Cambridge Primary Mathematics Learner’s Book 3 with Digital Access (1 Year)

    By (author)  Cherri Moseley , By (author)  Janet Rees

     

    Discover our new resources for the Cambridge International Primary and Lower Secondary Curriculum Frameworks. Whether they are adding and subtracting three-digit numbers or ordering and comparing fractions, Cambridge Primary Mathematics helps your learners develop their mathematical thinking skills.They’ll be fully supported with worked examples and plenty of practice exercises, while projects throughout the book provide opportunities for deeper investigation of mathematical concepts – including investigating modelling of prisms and pyramids. With key word boxes, clear diagrams and supporting illustrations, the course makes maths accessible for second language learners.

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    • ¬†Paperback |¬†292 pages
    • ¬†219 x 276 x 12mm | 740g
    • ¬†25 Nov 2021
    • ¬†Cambridge University Press
    • ¬†Cambridge, United Kingdom
    • ¬†English
    • ¬†Revised
    • ¬†2nd Revised edition
    • ¬†Worked examples or Exercises
    • ¬†1108746489
    • ¬†9781108746489
    • ¬†1,094,367
  • Cambridge Primary Mathematics Workbook 3 with Digital Access (1 Year)

    By (author)  Cherri Moseley , By (author)  Janet Rees

     

    Discover our new resources for the Cambridge International Primary and Lower Secondary Curriculum Frameworks. Packed with activities, including identifying lines of symmetry in patterns and completing frequency tables, these workbooks help your students practice what they have learnt. Specific exercises develop thinking and working mathematically techniques. Focus, Practice and Challenge exercises provide clear progression through each topic, helping learners see what they’ve achieved. Ideal for use in the classroom or for homework.

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    • ¬†Paperback |¬†250 pages
    • ¬†219 x 276 x 14mm | 640g
    • ¬†28 Oct 2021
    • ¬†Cambridge University Press
    • ¬†Cambridge, United Kingdom
    • ¬†English
    • ¬†Revised
    • ¬†2nd Revised edition
    • ¬†Worked examples or Exercises
    • ¬†1108746497
    • ¬†9781108746496
    • ¬†48,828
  • Cambridge Primary Science Learner’s Book 3 with Digital Access (1 Year)

    By (author)  Jon Board , By (author)  Alan Cross

     

    Discover our new resources for the Cambridge International Primary and Lower Secondary Curriculum Frameworks From learning about why the Moon appears to change shape, to investigating how shadows are formed, Cambridge Primary Science gets your learners thinking like scientists! Packed with opportunities to plan experiments, make predictions and gather results, the series helps your learners to think and work scientifically. Each unit ends with a project, like designing a reusable or disposable object, that helps students bring together what they have learnt, and understand how the topics relate to the real world. With vocabulary boxes, clear diagrams and supporting illustrations, the course makes science accessible for learners with English as a second language.

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    • ¬†Paperback |¬†196 pages
    • ¬†218 x 275 x 8mm | 510g
    • ¬†23 Sep 2021
    • ¬†Cambridge University Press
    • ¬†Cambridge, United Kingdom
    • ¬†English
    • ¬†Revised
    • ¬†2nd Revised edition
    • ¬†Worked examples or Exercises
    • ¬†1108742769
    • ¬†9781108742764
    • ¬†58,079
  • Cambridge Primary Science Workbook 3 with Digital Access (1 Year)

    By (author)  Jon Board , By (author)  Alan Cross

     

    Discover our new resources for the Cambridge International Primary and Lower Secondary Curriculum Frameworks These workbooks are filled with exercises that help your students practice what they have learnt and encourage them to think and work scientifically. Focus, Practice and Challenge exercises provide clear progression through each topic, helping learners see what they’ve achieved. The drawing and writing activities give learners more experience with scientific vocabulary, which helps them to develop their language skills. These different types of exercises and activities make the book ideal for use in the classroom or as homework.

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    • ¬†Paperback |¬†88 pages
    • ¬†219 x 276 x 5mm | 240g
    • ¬†30 Sep 2021
    • ¬†Cambridge University Press
    • ¬†Cambridge, United Kingdom
    • ¬†English
    • ¬†Revised
    • ¬†2nd Revised edition
    • ¬†Worked examples or Exercises
    • ¬†1108742777
    • ¬†9781108742771
    • ¬†13,346
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