More pupils' work added to Bob Cox's Opening Doors collection

23 November 2016

More pupils™ work has been added to the growing collection of written work produced by school children who are following the passages and exercises related to the texts included in Bob Cox˜s Opening Doors books for ages 6-9 and 10-13.

The books put the focus on pupils producing quality writing “ developing their literacy skills and a love of reading in the process “ and all the evidence gathered on the featured pages seem to indicate that Bob™s strategies and stimulus texts are working!

The collection features written work produced by children, aged between 6 and 13, from various schools who are following the passages and exercises related to the texts included in these books on a dedicated web page on our site where you can view and/or download the works in pdf form and see which unit of the book they came from.

Click here to visit the 10-13 page and here to visit the 6-9 page.

You can also take closer look at the series, and peruse some of the books™ sample pages, by following this link.


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