When a plague called Shaka Risha threatens to wipe out the village of Kalole, many warriors are sent to the forest to find the cure. Will Chadi succeed where the bravest warriors have failed?
Queenex Supplementary Readers is a series of stories that are developed in line with the Competence Based Curriculum. This system of education aims to ensure that learners are well equipped with skills and competencies that they can use in their day-to-day lives.
This book is for grade Three learners and includes exciting stories, interesting pictures and vocabulary.These stories wil enable the student to develop values, languages skills and also to understand cross-cutting issues.
The main topics covered in this book are :
. Activities at home and at school
. Sharing duties and responsibilities
. Occupation (people and their work)
The beautifully illustrated African Phonics Readers consists of nine decodable stories. Each story introduces target letters, starters, sight words, rhyming words and minimal pairs where applicable. These books allow for teaching of specific skills and strategies that are necessary for reading proficiency.
The series will assist the reader to develop literacy skills in the classroom and a habit of reading in the libraries and other sections of society including the home environment.
The Hat Party is a fun story about animals. It is Cat’s birthday. Cat has invited his friends to celebrate with him. The animals are happy to attend the party. They Wear bright hats.
The story has been tailored to teach children about domestic birds and animals. The story also teaches colours. Read the story to find out which animals went to the party.
Three children are selected to present the same poem during Prize Giving Day at their school. Whoever recites the poem the best will get a prize. However, one of the children disappears during the big day. Some teachers and pupils look for her but they cannot find her. Will the poem be recited?