School Spelling Dictionary Pack

Paperback

Buy this great-value multipack of our bestselling dictionary.

Loved by schools, this international bestselling reference book supports struggling spellers by offering phonetic spellings to aid searching.

Number of books: 6

Reading Age: N/A

For: Primary and Secondary

This contains: 6 Paperback

RRP: £77.94

ISBN

978-0-00-872239-5

Interest age

5+

Publication Date

15-08-2012

Format

Paperback

Dimensions

143x219mm

Author

Christine Maxwell and Julia Rowlandson

Christine Maxwell worked as a teacher in Oxford in the 70s. It was while teaching that she came up with the idea to write a dictionary that her own students could use even if they did not know how to spell. She wrote The Dictionary of Perfect Spelling in 1977 and it became an international bestseller. In 2005 she wrote the hugely successful revised edition for Barrington Stoke.||Julia Rowlandson trained as a Primary school teacher and now works as an Educational Consultant. She was the Editor of the revised edition of the Dictionary. She was formerly Deputy Head of More House School.

Product Description

Buy this great-value multipack of our bestselling dictionary.

Loved by schools, this international bestselling reference book supports struggling spellers by offering phonetic spellings to aid searching.

Number of books: 6

Reading Age: N/A

For: Primary and Secondary

This contains: 6 Paperback

ISBN

978-0-00-872239-5

Interest age

5+

Publication Date

15-08-2012

Format

Paperback

Dimensions

143x219mm

Product Description

Buy this great-value multipack of our bestselling dictionary.

Loved by schools, this international bestselling reference book supports struggling spellers by offering phonetic spellings to aid searching.

Number of books: 6

Reading Age: N/A

For: Primary and Secondary

This contains: 6 Paperback

Author

Christine Maxwell and Julia Rowlandson

Christine Maxwell worked as a teacher in Oxford in the 70s. It was while teaching that she came up with the idea to write a dictionary that her own students could use even if they did not know how to spell. She wrote The Dictionary of Perfect Spelling in 1977 and it became an international bestseller. In 2005 she wrote the hugely successful revised edition for Barrington Stoke.||Julia Rowlandson trained as a Primary school teacher and now works as an Educational Consultant. She was the Editor of the revised edition of the Dictionary. She was formerly Deputy Head of More House School.