The Oxford Very First Dictionary, with its familiar first words is a fun and easy way for young children to learn how to use a dictionary. An illustrated section on topics such as days of the week provides additional support for early literacy.
- Headwords simply explained.
- Full alphabet, with alphabet thumb tabs.
A fresh new look for the Oxford Very First Dictionary which introduces children aged 4+ to the features of a dictionary in an appealing way.
The dictionary has over 300 familiar words, each with a simple definition and an illustration which reinforces the definition. Each page is clearly laid out so it is easy to pick out the main features - the alphabet down the side of the page, the letter of the page you are on in red.
A lovely extra for this age level is the illustrated opening letter - A shows a juicy apple, B shows some buzzing bees. There is also a fully illustrated section at the end with vocabulary on topics related to first learning, e.g. colours, numbers, shapes, days and months, as well as a list of common words and a simple introduction to grammar with a list of verbs or 'doing words'.
This is a great introduction to the world of dictionaries.
View Sample Page
Click on the button below to view sample page.
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Product Type||Student Books,|
|Year Level||Foundation, Year 1, Year 2,|
|Author(s)||Clare Kirtley& Georgie Birkett|
Be The First To Review This Product!
Help other Teacher Superstore users shop smarter by writing reviews for products you have purchased.