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5+ (Year 1, KS 1). The Oxford First Thesaurus contains over 100 words in alphabetical order, 1000 synonyms, opposites, and word families - ideal for children as they begin to write independently at school and at home and are looking for vocabulary support. It is the only illustrated thesaurus aimed at children aged 5+.
Oxford First Thesaurus by Andrew Delahunty
Containing over 100 words in alphabetical order, 1000 synonyms, opposites, and word families, this work is for children as they begin to write independently. It contains a headword, synonyms, and picture book illustrations. It gives each synonym in blue to highlight it, and repeats it in a sentence to demonstrate how to use it effectively.
‘The layout is clear and each word is explained using simple language with lots of contextual examples. Bright and humorous illustrations make this an appealing as well as a valuable reference book.’ Child Education and Junior Education.
About The Author
Andrew Delahunty is a lexicographer and writer on language with many years' experience compiling dictionaries and thesauruses for children. Children have a natural fascination for words and love playing with language.
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