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Minecraft English Ages 5-6: Official Workbook (Minecraft Education) Tapa blanda – 4 noviembre 2021
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The only official Minecraft English book for children aged 5-6!
Children embark on a Minecraft adventure in each English topic, using their skills and knowledge to complete the tasks and earn rewards.
This is a write-in English practice workbook which uses the Minecraft game as a mechanism for practising the key English skills covered in Year 1.
- Accomplish English activities to help Minecraft characters on their missions
- Explore different biomes in each topic
- Earn emeralds as you work through the book, and choose how you spend them
- Go hardcore with challenging questions
Descripción del producto
My son has gone from really disliking English topic to thoroughly enjoying it and looking forward to his topic each day now. This is all down to using your Minecraft books as part of our English work. So we cannot thank you enough.
Review from Becky, home educator
Detalles del producto
- Editorial : Collins (4 noviembre 2021)
- Idioma : Inglés
- Tapa blanda : 64 páginas
- ISBN-10 : 0008462801
- ISBN-13 : 978-0008462802
- Edad de lectura : De 5 a 6 años
- Peso del producto : 190 g
- Dimensiones : 21 x 0.3 x 29.7 cm
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº586 en Educación primaria
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This series is ideal for fans of Minecraft to give a boost at Year 1 English skills. Answers are provided at the back and they are clear to follow. The paper in this workbook is good quality and pens don’t tend to bleed through.
At the start of the workbook there is a clear explanation for parents and it indicates that parental support may be required for explaining. The book follows the characters of Tom and Eva on an adventure where you collect emeralds for correct answers. These can be ‘exchanged’ on the final page at a market. I like that harder questions on the pages are indicated with a heart, as this provides a visual prompt for children that they will find it more challenging. Collecting emeralds are based on correct answers, so parents need to mark the work quite regularly so children can see how much they are accumulating.
Topics covered include: days of the week, punctuation, creative writing, phonics and spellings.
There are lots of bright pictures that will appeal to children however, some pages have a lot of writing, especially as the ‘story’ develops. This is where additional support for children is likely to be required.
This is a nice idea: it’s a Minecraft story and a workbook. It’s an engaging workbook that covers a range of skills that are appropriately challenging. However, I think it would be better if there was slightly less dense text to appeal to all reading abilities. Furthermore, I think the final section is quite challenging, where the activities focus on composition and creative writing; this is where I anticipate most adult support will be required.
The books themselves are A4 and have a good thickness of paper so the answers do not bleed through. A typical question will be asked but with a slight Minecraft twist. You are rewarded with emeralds, that you can 'spend' at the end. Throughout there are some images taken from the game and there is a story that follows a Minecraft character giving you a sense of accomplishment when you are done.
The Minecraft skin of the book won't fool more observant children as these are proper maths and English questions that are being posed. They have the structure of modern learning i.e., prescribed. The kids got on better with many of the questions than me as I learned in a more freewheeling style. As an aid to reluctant Minecraft fans, they are perfect, but would also suits any child that likes the game and wants some extracurricular work.