1. Each subject book covers the key facts – in concise, engaging text – for children to get a strong grasp of each topic.
2. Some children learn better by handling and doing something, making projects and activities a key part of their learning landscape.
3.Stand-alone fun facts are a simple device, engaging a young reader and breaking the pace, so they don't become overwhelmed by complex ideas.
4. The detailed illustrations and labelled diagrams reinforce what a child is reading about, and strengthen their understanding and recall.
5. Step-by-step activities give a child the opportunity to go through the activity independently, increasing their confidence.