Geocaching – Online Treasure Hunt - Teacher edition Cover

Geocaching – Online Treasure Hunt - Teacher edition

This teacher edition of the Story Seekers Series 2 book Geocaching - Online Treasure Hunthas been designed to support teachers with effective literacy teaching strategies and reduce reading lesson preparation time. The book includes a specific phonics focus on the /sh/ digraph from a programme-wide scope and sequence. Guided reading support is also provided, extending students' comprehension, vocabulary and decoding skills.

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Teacher books: $13.50 each
Student books: $13.50 each
Title Set (6 student copies + 1 teacher copy of the same title): $87.50
Series Pack (6 student copies + 1 teacher copy of each of the 14 titles + the Series 2 Activity Book): $1,127.00

Ages: 8-11 | Pages: 32 | Code: 51186 | ISBN: 9781776557974

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Philippa Werry

Philippa lives in Wellington and writes fiction, non-fiction, poetry and plays for children and young adults. Her books have been shortlisted for a number of awards and prizes. Her work has also appeared in various anthologies and has been broadcast on radio. She maintains several writing blogs and is a frequent speaker at schools with the Writers in Schools programme. For further info, see philippawerry.co.nz.