- Qualification:Cambridge Primary
- Author(s):Chris Oxlade
- Available from: January 2016
Endorsed for reading by Cambridge Assessment International Education, Cambridge Reading Adventures is our international primary reading scheme.
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People in Africa use their phones for all kinds of things. Find out how phones are helping the Mobile Continent. White Band non-fiction titles use different genre styles across one text and a range of non-fiction text features. Contains full teaching support including learning outcomes, curriculum links and follow-up activities
Sail the seas with Sinbad, scale an active volcano and journey to the stars above with exciting fiction and non-fiction titles from around the world.
Children begin their reading journey with simple word books at Pink A, progressing to books with over 3,500 words at Voyagers strand as their confidence grows.
Every book has detailed teacher's notes inside the back cover to help you deliver lessons that spark a love of reading.
Make sure every child is reading at the right level with full guidance and resources in our Early, Transitional and Conventional Teacher's Guides.
We’ve carefully chosen content to respect the values of different cultures around the world, so you can be sure our books are suitable for your readers.
Whether you are teaching Cambridge Primary, IB Primary Years Programme or the International Primary Curriculum, we have titles that link to and support your classroom teaching.
- The world of mobile phones
- What is a mobile phone?
- Mobile phone networks
- Paying for calls
- Mobile phones in Africa
- The 'Mobile Continent'
- A continent connected
- More and more mobiles
- Did you know?
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