Released on 2018-07-05Categories Juvenile Nonfiction

Oxford Illustrated Children's Dictionary

Oxford Illustrated Children's Dictionary

Author: Oxford Dictionaries

Publisher:

ISBN: 0192767720

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 288

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An easy-to-use family dictionary to boost spelling and improve vocabulary for writing and speaking - the perfect homework help. With over 50,000 words, including school subject vocabulary, clear definitions and age-appropriate examples and word puzzles and games, and over 1000 photographs andillustrations to support the entries and give extra information. The alphabet and letter tabs are provided on every page to make navigation quick and easy and there are child-friendly examples to show how words are used everyday, as well as help with pronunciation for difficult words. The idealfamily dictionary to help with homework and a fantastic companion to the Oxford Illustrated Children's Thesaurus.
Released on 2018-06-21Categories

Oxford Illustrated Children's Thesaurus 2018

Oxford Illustrated Children's Thesaurus 2018

Author: Oxford Dictionaries

Publisher:

ISBN: 0192767739

Category:

Page: 160

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An easy-to-use family thesaurus to boost wordpower and spark creative writing with new vocabulary-building activities, over 40,000 synonyms and examples to help you pick the best words. Packed with high-quality photos, word webs on key topics to help with project work, overused word panels and writing tips - it is the perfect homework help.
Released on 2015-05-07Categories

Oxford Children's Dictionary

Oxford Children's Dictionary

Author: Oxford Staff

Publisher:

ISBN: 0192744011

Category:

Page: 400

View: 978

Over 30,000 words, clear and accessible meanings and age-appropriate example sentences, make this an ideal dictionary for homework help for children aged 8+. Each letter opens with a fun word fact such as at A: "almost" is the longest word with all the letters in alphabetical order, and it isillustrated throughout. Compiled using the Oxford Children's Corpus, it reflects children's vocabulary and delivers support and help where it's needed. The new supplement shows grammar and punctuation in action - making it easy to see how to write clearly and effective as well as targeting the topwords children most often misspell.
Released on 2018-06-07Categories Reference

Oxford Junior Illustrated Dictionary

Oxford Junior Illustrated Dictionary

Author: Oxford Dictionaries Staff

Publisher:

ISBN: 0192767224

Category: Reference

Page: 272

View: 797

A new edition of the Oxford Junior Illustrated Dictionary in durable hardback format with over 7000 up-to-date words from across all school subjects to support the higher vocabulary expectations in the new curriculum. Entries are simple and clear, and include numbered meanings, word classes,inflections and relevant child-friendly example sentences. Topic word lists help with key subject vocabulary and a new feature section provides support for tricky spellings, punctuation terms and activities to help children check and edit their writing. Easy-to-use and brightly illustrated, it isthe perfect dictionary for developing dictionary skills, boosting word power and building confidence. Also available in paperback and an ideal companion to the new updated edition of the Oxford Junior Illustrated Thesaurus. Go online at www.oxfordschooldictionaries.com for the accompanying freedownloadable activities.
Released on 2019-05Categories

Oxford Primary Illustrated Dictionary

Oxford Primary Illustrated Dictionary

Author: Oxford University Press

Publisher:

ISBN: 019276845X

Category:

Page: 488

View: 632

This new colourful dictionary is for children aged 7+ eager to discover new words and spellings. Not only does it feature clear definitions, word origins, and synonyms but the letters start with fun facts, tips help with navigation, examples come from favourite books and the supplement gives extra vocabulary too.
Released on 2019-07-04Categories

Oxford Illustrated Computing Dictionary

Oxford Illustrated Computing Dictionary

Author: Oxford Dictionaries

Publisher:

ISBN: 0192772457

Category:

Page: 128

View: 133

An easy-to-use illustrated dictionary that includes over 1000 words and meanings to help young learners understand key computing terms and concepts, essential for working with text and data, image editing, logic, programming, and communication technology. It includes words from the NationalCurriculum topics of algorithms, logical reasoning, computational thinking, data representation, computer networks, and digital devices.From the basic program, file, online, browser, URL to the more technical toolbar, sprite, variable, Boolean, JavaScript, CMYK, sequence and simulation, this book supports parents and teachers as well as children with the key vocabulary needed to learn about computing and work with computers in theclassroom and in their everyday lives. A fully illustrated supplement provides extended information and builds vocabulary on topics ranging from computer components, hardware and software to computer games, how the Internet works, and coding terminology in block coding and Scratch going on toPython.This dictionary sits alongside the Oxford Primary Illustrated reference titles (the Primary Illustrated Dictionary, Thesaurus, Maths and Science titles), as well as supporting transition and lower secondary. It is also ideal for use with the International Primary Computing series for age 8+ and theMatrix Computing series for age 11+, and can be a key reference tool at school and at home.For free downloadable activity worksheets, go to a href="http://www.oxfordschooldictionaries.com"www.oxfordschooldictionaries.com/a
Released on 2003Categories English language

Oxford First Illustrated Dictionary

Oxford First Illustrated Dictionary

Author: Andrew Delahunty

Publisher: Franklin Watts

ISBN: 0199109133

Category: English language

Page: 192

View: 886

This dictionary takes children on a magical journey while at the same time developing early dictionary skills.* Grammar and language tips - word origins, rhyming words, synonyms and opposites, spelling help* Example sentences taken from children's reading - well-known nursery rhymes, fairy tales and songs* Unique combination of picture book illustrations and text from well-known nursery rhymes, fairy tales and songs, such as Aladdin, Cinderella, Jack and Jill and Winnie the Pooh.* Help with language information - word origins, rhyming words, synonyms and opposites, spelling, grammar and language tips* Riddles, jokes and amazing language facts* Beautifully illustrated section of thematic pages* Full support on how to use the dictionaryAndrew Delahunty's experience as a lexicographer goes across the age range of the Oxford Children's Dictionary list - he is the author of the Oxford First Thesaurus and compiles and consults on the Primary and Student's dictionaries. IN 1988 Emma Chichester-Clark won the Mother Goose Award as the best newcomer to children's book illustration for Listen to This! compiled by Laura Cecil. Since then she has become internationally known for her illustrations, which include books by Margaret Mahy, Roald Dahl, Peter Dickinson, JamesReeves and Anne Fine. She was shortlisted for the Kurt Maschler Award for Illustration in 1992 and again in 1998 for The Adventures of Robin Hood (written by Adrian Mitchell). Emma has also written and illustrated her own books, including the immensely popular I Love You, Blue Kangaroo (1998) whichwas nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal along with it's recent follow-up Where Are You Blue Kangaroo?R (2000).