Non fiction books for primary school

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non fiction books for primary school

BooksforTopics - Best Non-Fiction Texts for Primary Schools

From dinosaurs to Scratch, women in science to evolution, here are some great factual texts to inspire kids. But we also know that kids are unique. One might love all these books and more, another might hate all books ever written. There are great stories of all genres, for all types, there are short stories, book series, poetry collections and of course non-fiction texts. Non-fiction is not only great in its own right, but it can be a great hook for reluctant readers who may feel more relaxed without having to take in a long story and potentially a more-creative prose style.
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Sort by. - Non-fiction books are essential tools for teaching children a range of subjects and topics. Children, especially young children, will not be held captive at all by teachers simply droning on at the front of a classroom.

This is what they told us Professor Astro Cat's Solar System. I love the bold contemporary illustrations and the way that scientific ideas are introduced in a very child-friendly way. The perfect gift for budding astronauts. Also featured on: Space Topic. Shackleton's Journey. William Grill.

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  1. Favourite non-fiction texts for primary classrooms. This month, we've been asking our community of primary teachers, children's authors, librarians and book.

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