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Brilliant Publications’ Amazing May Sale

From 20-24 May 2013, everything – yes, absolutely everything – will be 10% off.

Why are we doing this, you wonder?

Well, first of all, we wanted to thank all our loyal customers. Secondly, we get such wonderful feedback about our products, we thought we ought to try to tempt more teachers to try our resources.

With over 300 supplementary resources for teachers of 3-14 year olds– ranging from books and e-books to flashcards and CDs,  you are sure to find something that you need.

Click here to find out more about Brilliant Publications’ Amazing May Sale.

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Celebrate National Non-Fiction Day with Brilliant Publications

Thursday 4th November is National Non-Fiction Day, as initiated by the Federation of Children’s’ Book Groups, and what better way to celebrate it, whilst simultaneously encouraging children to read non-fiction, than with some ‘Brilliant Activities’. Brilliant Activities for Reading Non-Fiction contains 35 different activities for teaching relevant non-fiction reading skills to 7-11 year olds. Continue reading

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Happy World Statistics Day

According to the United Nations, today is the first World Statistics Day. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon kicked the celebrations off by saying: Continue reading

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Celebrate ‘Big Draw Month’ with Brilliant Publications

October is Big Draw Month with the Campaign for Drawing. To coincide with this Brilliant Publications have announced the launch of their new art series: ‘Painting is a Class Act’.

Painting is a Class Act’ follows on from Meg Fabian’s award-winning series ‘Drawing is a Class Act’. This series provides a structured approach to the development of painting skills at primary school level. With clearly laid-out plans these books can teach children a range of skills from the National Curriculum, including: art history, brush strokes, mixing colours, stencilling, and much more. Continue reading

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