The complete Clever Tykes series comprising of Walk-it Willow, Code-it Cody and Change-it Cho! Save over 15% by purchasing all three titles at once and benefit from all of the key messages from the Clever Tykes books.
Check out our reviews to hear from parents and teachers who have noticed a positive change in their children’s behaviour and mindset after reading them!
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“Eva’s attitude has changed since reading the Clever Tykes books. She has started putting a lot more effort into everything. Challenges no longer end in tears, Eva is stopping to think of ways she can solve problems rather than getting upset and feeling defeated. Definitely a sign the books have helped instil positive enterprising behaviour.”
The Clever Tykes books bring positive, entrepreneurial role models to life. The modern characters inspire children to follow their dreams and work hard to overcome challenges they may face.
Now read in every primary school in the UK, the stories prove popular with children ages 6, 7, 8 & 9 with a range of interests.
The storybooks are versatile teaching resources suitable for KS2:
• Guided reading
• Enterprise education
• Circle time and class reading
• PSHE or citizenship
• English texts
• The basis for maths and art & design tasks
Walk-it Willow is a story about a budding dog-walker who realises she can provide a valuable service to her neighbours. However, things take a turn for the worse when Willow walks too many dogs at once.
Code-it Cody follows the interests and ambitions of computer-whizz, Cody. When Mr Chip sees his potential, he encourages him to enter a competition with a computer game of his own.
Change-it Cho is a story about a girl with a passion for inspiring positive change. Cho loves running and eating healthily and wants to spread her enthusiasm with her school friends. However, not everyone is receptive of her ideas!
Check out our reviews to hear from parents and teachers who have noticed a positive change in their children’s behaviour and mindset.