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Warm-up Games for Grammar Yrs 3-4 - Catalysts for effective and purposeful grammar learning
At last, a series that shows you how to teach grammar to children in an engaging way so that it will stay in their memories forever! Recognising grammar is often invisible as well as complex, Warm-up Games for Grammar brings it out into the open so that children can see it, play with it and understand how and why we need to learn about it. Each book draws on successful techniques from drama, movement and sports games to offer exciting and creative ideas for making grammar learning easy, fun and purposeful.
Frances Adlam is a highly experienced and creative educator and therapist. Frances has worked in all areas of the educational system— as a teacher, lecturer, writer of resources, adviser and counsellor. Frances currently has her own private practice—Out of the Box—working as an educationalist and therapist with highly unique and creative children. She is a passionate advocate for adapting learning to suit children of all different intelligences. Frances has written several resources in the arts under her former name of Frances Reed. To find out more about Frances, visit her website www.outofthebox.net.nz.