PM Emerald: The Water Cycle (PM Guided Reading Non-fiction) Level 26
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Water on Earth is always moving through the water cycle. It is heated by the Sun, rises as vapour to form clouds, falls as rain and other kinds of precipitation, and collects into rivers, streams, lakes, oceans and in the ground.
Some water is stored by humans, and some water is stored as ice in very cold places. The water cycle means that everywhere on Earth gets at least a little water.
Emerald level (equivalent to the Lime bridging book band) provides a variety of chapter books and non-fiction titles. Readers are encouraged to experience different text types, writing styles and genres to develop their own reading tastes.
PM Guided Reading Non-fiction books are fascinating texts that increase in word count and pages in line with progression of children’s reading age, for appropriate literacy skills development. The books represent all the standard text types and contain literal, inferential and applied knowledge questions to test comprehension and promote discussion.
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69booksPM Emerald: Easy-Buy Pack Levels 25-26 (69 books)
60booksPM Emerald: Guided Reading Pack (PM Guided Reading) Level 26 (60 books)
10booksPM Emerald: Mixed Pack (PM Guided Reading) Level 26 (10 books)
6copiesPM Emerald: The Water Cycle (PM Guided Reading Non-fiction) Level 26 (6 books)
360booksPM: Super Easy-Buy Pack (PM Guided Reading) Levels 25-30 (360 books)
414booksSuper Easy Buy Pack Emerald x6
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