Oxford First Rhyming Dictionary

Oxford First Rhyming Dictionary

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Have fun in the sun, drink lemonade in the shade and be inspired to write about pirates, kings and magic rings in the Oxford First Rhyming Dictionary. The dictionary contains a clear and simple alphabetical list of words that rhyme and rhyming sounds, as well as an index to make finding words simple. John Foster's lively poems accompany the rhyming sounds, and every page features bright and colourful illustrations. Children can expand their vocabulary, practise phonic sounds to help with spelling, and being to write their own rhymes! Writing, reciting and reading poetry is a requirement of the Primary curriculum, and the Oxford First Rhyming Dictionary is a perfect way to get into rhyme. For lots of downloadable rhyming games, puzzles, activities and much more, go to www.oxforddictionaries.com/schoolsshow more

Product details

  • 9-12
  • Mixed media product | 80 pages
  • 182 x 238 x 8mm | 140g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Colour
  • 0192735594
  • 9780192735591
  • 46,427

About Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy John Foster

John Foster has written extensively for children, including My First Oxford Book of Poems, My First Oxford Book of Nonsense Poems, My First Oxford Book of Animal Poems, My First Poetry Paintbox Anthologies, A First Poetry Book, Come to the Carnival, Juggling a Jug of Jelly, My Family and Me, and A Tiny Teddy.show more

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Young children love rhyme... Capitalise on that interest with this excellent first rhyme book from OUP. * Parents in Touch *show more

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