Win a Back To School Book Bundle for 11-12yr olds with Collins



If you’ve not made friends with it yet, then you need to go and introduce yourself to the Collins4Parents website. It’s not only jam-packed with excellent books for every stage of your child’s learning, but they also offer a boat load of useful resources and practical guides to help both you and your resident student.

And right now Collins are offering a 40% discount on selected books for Back to School until 10 September 2017 when you use code BTS17 at www.collins.co.uk/Collins4Parents

Day FIVE in #BackToSchoolBooks fortnight – and this one’s just a perfect bundle for the 11 & 12yr olds as they move into the more serious study of high school.
We’ve moved away form primary school, of course, so there’s no more illustrated editions for young learners. Oh no. This time there’s the chance to win a full and proper version of the Collins School dictionary and the matching Thesaurus, plus that brilliant school atlas, a wall poster map of the UK and naturally the blankety-blank pack full of pens.

To enter, just use the box below – closing date is the 24th of August, and first name out of the cyber hat wins. Once you’ve entered, make sure you go back and enter the earlier days if you missed them – and stick around, we’re here all week ;)

Good Luck!

Back To School with Collins 4 | 11-12yrs

Author: Laura

A 70's child, I’ve been married for a Very Long Time, and appear to have made four children, and collected one large and useless dog along the way. I work, I have four children, I have a dog… ergo, I do not do dusting or ironing. I began LittleStuff back in (gulp) 2004. I like huge mugs of tea. And Coffee. And Cake. And a steaming cone of crispy fresh fluffy chips, smothered in salt and vinegar. #healthyeater When I grow up I am going to be quietly graceful, organised and wear lipstick every day. In the meantime I *may* have a slight butterfly-brain issue.

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    • I love the word pompous. Although it’s negative, something about it makes me smile lol

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  1. superfluous – love the way it rolls around in my mouth

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  2. Kindness, beautiful word with beautiful meaning.

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  3. Whipper snapper

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  4. Fernweh – a crave for travel

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  5. snickersnee is one of my favourites

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  6. KINDNESS – I think this is a underrated word and something that means a lot when practiced

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  7. supercilious (not a nice thing to be but love the way it sounds)

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  8. Kindness, faffing, poppet

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  9. I like onamatapea

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  10. Respectful, something we all need to be a bit more of.

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  11. No unfortunately my children pretend they don’t know what it means ? xXx

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  12. Fuddle – had never heard of one until I moved ‘up north’ but we have them at work on a regular basis ;)

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  13. Masterful hugh

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  14. I’m fond of ‘Skulk’

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  15. woogahoompftamoopf

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  16. Fantabulous! Not sure if a real word? But a one I love to use x

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  17. thingamajig

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  18. Cuddle.
    My 1 year old daughters favourite word just now.

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  19. quizzify . . . .it has a lovely sound . . . . AND it is also the highest scoring word on a scrabble board

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  20. I also love the word serendipity as well as pumpernickle, syntax, joy and hope.

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  21. I love the word kindhearted <3

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  22. Serenity – love how serene it sounds!

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  23. Beautiful, even saying it makes you smile.

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  24. I love Kerfuffle too

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  25. Bubbles! Don’t know why – I just love it!

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  26. Noodle my fave food and such a cool word

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  27. Miracle because that is exactly what my lovely daughter is.

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  28. I like ‘awesome’.

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  29. SPONDULICKS…….

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  30. Gobbledegook is a word I love

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  31. gobsmacked

    what I will be if I win

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  32. Adore is a beautiful word, I love when my partner says it to me ?

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  33. Discombobulated! Great word. ?

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  34. I love the word chillax. Although I rarely get time to!

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  35. Pernickety – great use of hard consonants!

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  36. Supercalifragilisticxpealidocious!

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  37. Brouhaha is an awesome word!

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  38. I love the word flannel – always makes me laugh x

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  39. I like the words / find these words funny –
    Boing
    Plop
    Gobble
    Flick
    Just sounds funny saying them lol x

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  40. I love the word flurry.

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  41. onamatapea for me!

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  42. My favourite words are Karma and Splendiferous

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  43. Stuff and faff for some reason lol. I have no idea why I like “faff” so much and use it far too much.

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  44. I love “Allegiance”

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  45. Discombulated

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  46. Mellifluous and Ineffable <3

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  47. Quixotic. Preferably on a triple word score!

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  48. It may not be a real word but I still use it on an embarrassingly regular basis. Splendiferous!

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  49. Discombobulated. Cant ever say it without laughing..

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  50. Discombobulated

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  51. I love the world Myriad (a countless or extremely great number of people or things).

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