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Jumpstart books

Discussion in 'Primary' started by tpt51, Feb 23, 2011.

  1. tpt51

    tpt51 New commenter

    I am looking to get some of the Jumpstart books for ideas to start Literacy lessons. I have looked on Amazon and they are about £10 each, is there anywhere cheaper? I want to get about 4 different ones, and £40 is quite a lot to spend!


     
  2. tpt51

    tpt51 New commenter

    I am looking to get some of the Jumpstart books for ideas to start Literacy lessons. I have looked on Amazon and they are about £10 each, is there anywhere cheaper? I want to get about 4 different ones, and £40 is quite a lot to spend!


     
  3. minnieminx

    minnieminx New commenter

    But so so so so so worth it.

    I got mine from Amazon, not sure how much they are though. The Storymaking is the most useful, followed by creativity. Science is rubbish! (Well OK it isn't, but I don't tend to get much use out of it.)
     
  4. They are sometimes cheaper in the Amazon Marketplace second-hand area (but don't forget to factor in the £2.75 postage charge).
    Agree that they are REALLY well worth the money...
    C x
     
  5. I sold mine on ebay for about £2
     

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