The Wonderful World of Words: Princess Preposition to the Rescue (Volume 5)

The Wonderful World of Words: Princess Preposition to the Rescue (Volume 5)

by Dr Lubna Alsagoff

• Adventures and stories that will stretch the imagination and encourage creativity
• Interesting and challenging games and activities that will reinforce grammar
  concepts and rules.
• A story-based resource that will help children. practise reading and develop their
• Aligns with MOE 2020 Syllabus.

Volume 5 - Princess Preposition to the Rescue

Focus: How prepositions are used to describe place and time. Word endings and word order and important.

A collection of 10 full-colour activity books that will make English language learning fun as children acquire grammar systematically through stories.

The Wonderful World of Words (WOW) teaches children about the different word classes as the first step to building a good foundation in grammar. Each of these word classes in the WOW Kingdom is represented by a royal character so children learn how the different classes of words are used and how they interact with other words. Linked to the story set in the WOW kingdom is another story about the animals in the forest of WOW, to reinforce the concepts covered in each volume.

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Product Details

  • Binding : Paperback
  • Number of Pages : 24
  • Publisher : Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Pte Ltd
  • Weight : 100g
  • Product Code : 9789814928564
  • Dimension : 297 x 210 x 2 mm

About Author

Dr Lubna Alsagoff

Dr Lubna Alsagoff is a language educator who is especially known for her work in improving the teaching of grammar in schools and in teacher education. She was Head of English Language and Literature at the National Institute of Education (NIE), and has published a number of grammar resources used by teachers and students. She has a PhD in Linguistics from Stanford University, USA, and has been teaching and researching English grammar for over 30 years.