Latest resources and lessons plans from Hopscotch

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If you are looking for lesson plans that are appealing, clear and time-saving, Hopscotch provides primary school teachers with skills-based, differentiated resources, that can help you teach with confidence cutting down on planning time.

If you are looking for lesson plans that are appealing, clear and time-saving, Hopscotch provides primary school teachers with skills-based, differentiated resources, that can help you teach with confidence cutting down on planning time.



The resources allow children at all levels of abilities to have fun and success with their learning, developing their competence in reading, writing, speaking and listening while actively stimulating their imagination.



Hopscotch is a sister company to Headteacher Update and you can browse the new 2013 primary catalogue or order in a few clicks via the link below.



And if you want to view content before you buy you can "look inside" and download free sample lessons pages via our website.



Download the new catalogue at http://content.yudu.com/A1yoot/Hopscotch2013.



For the "look insides", visit www.hopscotchbooks.com and for more information, call 01722 716935 or email sales@hopscotchbooks.com



• For more primary education resources from Headteacher Update, click here.


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