Primary Social Studies for Antigua and Barbuda - KG Student’s Book

Paperback

Collins Primary Social Studies for Antigua and Barbuda has been specially written by a local teacher to meet the needs of local schools, teachers and students.

This course provides full coverage of the Primary Social Studies syllabus for Antigua and Barbuda. It follows a skills-based approach to learning, fully set in local contexts to allow students to develop tools and skills for learning and a wider knowledge of their own island and the Caribbean.

This vibrant and easy-to-follow Student’s Book is filled with photographs, maps, illustrations and activities to keep students interested and to help them learn. Each Student’s Book has an accompanying Workbook which is packed with activities to help students understand the topics and practise new skills.

There are teacher’s notes and activity sheets available on request. To access these, please contact your regional Collins contact.

RRP: £12.99

ISBN

978-0-00-840288-4

Publication Date

22-09-2022

Format

Paperback

Pages

72 pages

Dimensions

192x265mm

Product Description

Collins Primary Social Studies for Antigua and Barbuda has been specially written by a local teacher to meet the needs of local schools, teachers and students.

This course provides full coverage of the Primary Social Studies syllabus for Antigua and Barbuda. It follows a skills-based approach to learning, fully set in local contexts to allow students to develop tools and skills for learning and a wider knowledge of their own island and the Caribbean.

This vibrant and easy-to-follow Student’s Book is filled with photographs, maps, illustrations and activities to keep students interested and to help them learn. Each Student’s Book has an accompanying Workbook which is packed with activities to help students understand the topics and practise new skills.

There are teacher’s notes and activity sheets available on request. To access these, please contact your regional Collins contact.

Author

Anthea S Thomas

Anthea S. Thomas is the mother of three sons and has worked as an educator for the past twenty-four years. She is currently a Senior Teacher at the Freemansville Primary School where she teaches Language Arts and Social Studies. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Educational Administration and is currently pursuing a Master’s of Science in Instructional Design and Technology. Her love and passion for Social Studies has propelled her into completing a series of books that has become a source of enjoyment for both students and teachers.