Andy Seed - Hachette Children's Group

Andy Seed



Andy Seed is an experienced writer with a background in primary schools, having been a teacher - and deputy head - for 17 years. He has written a large number of successful educational books, articles, games and web-based materials, including several covering the basics of English at 7-11. He is an e-learning consultant for schools; and also a writer of comic poems for children.
Hodder Children's Books

You Can Do It: Spelling

Andy Seed, Roger Hurn
Authors:
Andy Seed, Roger Hurn
Hodder Children's Books

You Can Do It: Grammar

Andy Seed, Roger Hurn
Authors:
Andy Seed, Roger Hurn

All the essentials of grammer covered thoroughly in a light-hearted and accessible style. The books act as a genuinely useful tool for children who want or need to improve their English and grasp areas that they have perhaps not understood at school or missed out on. Each page covers a key point, shows lots of examples to demonstrate correct usage, and has a handy summary at the bottom of the page. Comic-strip style illustrations and the group of characters that make up the Odd Mob make learning fun and easy, with puns, jokes and cartoons.

Hodder Children's Books

You Can Do It: Punctuation

Andy Seed, Roger Hurn
Authors:
Andy Seed, Roger Hurn
Hodder Children's Books

Best Websites for Homework KS3

Andy Seed
Authors:
Andy Seed

The Internet is a brilliant source of information for homework. But the choice of information can also be overwhelming. How do you make sure that young people find the best websites and avoid the bad ones? Andy Seed has done the work for you! He has searched the Web for the most useful websites for young people aged 11-14, and he presents his recommendations in this handy guide, clearly organised by school subject. An incredibly useful little book for all key stage 3 students and their parents.

Hodder Children's Books

Best Websites for Homework KS2

Andy Seed
Authors:
Andy Seed

The Internet is a brilliant source of information for homework. But the choice of information can also be overwhelming. How do you make sure that children find the best websites and avoid the bad ones?Andy Seed has done the work for you! He has searched the Web for the most useful websites for children aged 7-11, and he presents his recommendations in this handy guide, clearly organised by school subject. An incredibly useful little book for all key stage 2 pupils and their parents.