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The English Builder Series
KBS is pleased to announce the release of the first stage of the new look English Builder Series. This innovative series for teaching foundation English skills has been well tested in schools and adult education institutions and has proven to be one of our best sellers.
Updated and presented in a convenient single module form, the 2006 edition features a substantial amount of new content. Stage 1, the Foundations of Written Literacy is already on sale and Stages 2-4 will be released in the next couple of months.
This exciting new fun food book creates a template and the students add to their knowledge of food using the books illustrations. The students knowledge of food and good nutrition combined with healthy living concepts make this book a winner.
The Out of Control series encapsulate real life teenage issues.
This story is a real story showing teenagers making choices and then being able to relate to the very real outcomes of their decision making.
The reading age is at a level that encourages students to read yet the content of this new series has a very high interest level for teenagers.
Luke loved every minute of the attention he received from the kids when he drove to school.
Luke's parents have gone away for the weekend and his mates come around. What starts out as a joyride in his mum's car leads to something far worse
The Uninvited Guests
Part of the Out of Control Series
It all started out as a small party just a few friends around for the night. but Simone gets far more than she bargains for when word gets around.....
Across the Story Bridge Prehistoric Giants: The Megafauna of M is for Mates: Animals in wartime from Australian Backyard Explorer by Peter MacInnes. Polar Eyes: A Journey to Lost! A True Tale from the Bush by Stephanie Owen Reeder. Maralinga: The Anangu Story by Christobel Yalata & Oak Communities with Mattingley.
The Children's Book of the Year Awards 2010 Shortlist books for Information Books includes wonderful resources for the following books
Prehistoric Giants: The Megafauna of
M is for Mates: Animals in wartime from
Australian Backyard Explorer by Peter MacInnes.
Polar Eyes: A Journey to
Lost! A True Tale from the Bush by Stephanie Owen Reeder.
Maralinga: The Anangu Story by Christobel Yalata & Oak Communities with Mattingley.
Matty Forever by Elizabeth Fensham
Darius Bell and the Glitter Pool by Odo Hirsch
Running with Horses by Alison Lester
The Whisperer by Fiona McIntosh
Pearl Versus the World by Sally Murphy and Heather Potter
Tensy Farlow and the Home for Mislaid Children by Jen Storer
The Wrong Book by Nick Bland
Kip by Christina Booth
The Terrible Plop by Ursula Dubosarsky, The illustrator is Andrew Joyner
Clancy & Millie and the Very Fine House by Libby Gleeson. The illustrator is Freya Blackwood.
Bear & Chook by the Sea by Lisa Shanahan. The illustrator is Emma Quay.
Fearless by Colin thompson. The illustrator is Sarah Davis
Isabella's Garden by Gelnda Millard and Rebecca Cool
Schumann the Shoeman by Stella Danalis and John Danalis
To the Top End: Our Trip Across Australia by Roland Harvey
Mr Chicken Goes to Paris by Leigh Hobbs
Fox and Fine Feathers by Narelle Oliver
The Hero of Little Street by Gregory Rogers
Nutrition is the study of the nutrients in foods and how the body utilises them.The major nutrients in an animal diet are proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids. Carbohydrates are the main source of blood glucose, which is a major fuel for all of the body's cells and the only source of energy for the brain and red blood cells. Lipids/fats are a group of substances soluble in alcohol but not in water - they are the best source of energy for the rest of the body. Protein is more important as the body's building material. Also included in the diet, in lesser amounts, are vitamins and minerals.
balanced diet is one where all food groups are eaten in the correct proportions.
This book investigates nutrients, food groups and healthy eating techniques.
Student activities and exercises help students to make common sense choices to organize and prepare food, present food, clean and maintain kitchen premises, use basic methods of cookery and implement food safety procedures.
Life in an Indian Village and the effect of population growth in the second most populated country in the world.
- Understanding the site factors for Kudaje
- Harvest seasons
- Manual labour
- Family hierarchy
- Land ownership
- Consequences of Migration
Textiles Word Games is presented in different puzzle formats including Crosswords, Find-a-Word and Double Cross.
- History of Textiles,
- Dyeing and Printing,
- Spinning and Weaving,
- Basic Sewing Equipment,
- Synthetic Fibers,
- Finishing Treatments,
- Fabric Structure,
- Blended Fibers,
- Principles of Design,
- Selecting the right textile,
- Fabric Structure and
- Fabric Decoration are included.
This exciting new book offers fifty-three student friendly exercises that have been road tested on students of different abilities
Cruising with Literacy Book 1 Homework and Class Workbook is divided into six sections:
Each unit ends with a "Would you believe it?" snippet to engage students and foster an enthusiasm for reading.