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THE EDUCATION SHOW 2018 PREVIEWATION SHOW2018 PREVIEW THE EDUCAT


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ractical tools and techniques to transform your classroominto a haven of creativity wellbeing and impactful education abound at the 2018 Education Show. There are over 200 exhibitors, ranging fromthosewe have grown to knowand love, to newcomers, and every


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touch, test and compare resources to find the best products for your classroomneeds. Here are just a fewexamples ofwhat youwill find :


ractical tools and techniques to transform your classroom into a haven of creativity, wellbeing and impactful education abound at the 2018 Education Show. There are over 200 exhibitors, ranging from those we have grown to know and love, to newcomers, and everything in between. You can expect to touch, test and compare resources to find the best products for your classroom needs. Here are just a few examples of what you will find:


Wellcome Trust (G70): Developed by the global charitable foundation that aims to improve health and support science, Explorify is a digital resource of activities for primary school teachers that is sure to spark pupils’ curiosity and develop their thinking skills. Find out more with their scheduled talks in the ‘Teaching with Creativity’ area.


WordUnited (J36):WordUnited is an independent publisher, bookseller and supplier of


Unleash your creativity at the Education Show!reativity


children's educational books, toys and learning resources. In addition to branded books, it


supplies the quality long-lasting learning resources from famous brands that have been tried and tested by teachers and support the requirements of the EYFS and Primary National Curricula. Ranges include literacy, maths, science, ICT, languages, history, geography, multicultural, sensory and special needs. Additionally, its


resources promote independent learning and self- assessment.


The Literary ry Curriculum(F44): The Literary


Curriculum is a complete, thematic approach to the teaching of primary English that


places children’s literature at its core. It is an online, subscription-based resource that allows children to explore over ninety literary book-based planning sequences and to experience at least seventy-five unique, significant authors. It is a whole-school approach that provides complete


coverage of all National Curriculum


expectations for writing composition, grammar, punctuation and vocabulary, as well as coverage of spelling, phonics and reading comprehension.


Fiction Express (E81): Fiction Express is developing reading and literacy resources for primary and secondary schools that engage young readers in unique ways, always putting fun and learning at the heart of what they do. Its innovative book platform, Fiction Express, connects students with authors, encouraging reading for pleasure through fun co-creation of stories. It has been designed to improve poor reading habits by exciting children about reading and turning them in the power of engag


ement. It publishes books to eager readers through


in weekly chapters and what happens next is entirely up to the readers; using their votes, they are able to decide where the plot goes next… and the author will bring the most popular choice


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