Win a complete set of SATS revision books #SpringIntoLearning

We’re genuinely excited to be working with Collins in a brilliant campaign this Spring. As any parent knows, this time of year is marked by a Series of Unfortunate Events – some by the name of SATS, 11+, Mocks, GCSE’s and A Levels, others simply end of year exams.
But it’s not just about children cramming for exams – we ALL love to stretch our brain by learning new skills and trying new things. When learning is doing what you want to do, it simply doesn’t feel like learning – it’s interesting and fun. And so very satisfying!

So we worked with Collins to come up with a range of prizes for everyone – from activity books for the little ones through to some fabulous recipe books for the foodies.

This is Day six – do check the competitions page if you’ve missed any of the others (and you can subscribe for email updates here to make sure you never miss us again).
Today’s prize is a complete SATS revision bundle:

  • KS2 English,
  • KS2 Maths,
  • KS2 Grammar,
  • Punctuation & Spelling revision guides,
  • workbooks and test practice papers

I know I found that the worst part of the SATS was how nervous my boys felt beforehand – at such a young age, you do NOT want them feeling the adult pressures of performance and exams, do you? But with some extra work at home with no pressure, and some practice papers to get used to the format, their confidence builds and the worry disappears.
These accessible revision guides and workbooks are brilliant – they help test knowledge (not only to build confidence but also to pick up any areas that are in need of a little extra help) and practise core areas of learning.

• Include quick tests to test understanding and improve progress
• Cover a wide range of curriculum topics to fully prepare your child for the tests
• Packed with fun activities to provide extra practice
• Include answers and progress reports to support your child’s learning at home

So how to get your hands on the range, and start whipping out your wok? Why just use the magickery below! First two options are compulsory, then there’s the usual extras for showing some love on the interwebs if you feel so inclined.

The closing date for this competition is 20th April 2015 and only entries received on or before that date can be included. The winner will be the first randomly chosen entry. Good luck!
Win a complete SATS revision bundle from Letts #SpringIntoLearning


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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  1. I am always googling things to help with my daughters’ homework xx

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  2. Yes, Google is a lifesaver!

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  3. last night. my 9 year old is on the reading plus and my maths programmes and i had to teach him borrowing from tens, hundreds.

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  4. homework is so different to what its use to be and theres so much more!! im always on google :)

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  5. I always use google for homework

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  6. Just wish there had been Google when my children were at school. Very useful when trying to help the grandchildren though. One of them takes his KS2 SATs next year so this would be very useful for him :)

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  7. I always use google for homework

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  8. Just last week which helping with Maths!

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  9. Tried helping grandson, only thing I am better at is maths (confused dot com)

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  10. Yes, thanks to the internet, it has all the answers!

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  11. I never understand my dd’s homework questions – that’s why her dad helps her and not me :)

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  12. When the teachers teach kids a different way to what I was taught.

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