Letts Back to School
So how are the summer holidays going?
Are you still having fun? Ready to see a bit less of each other or wishing they could go on and on? I alternate depending on the time of day!
Are you ready for the new school year to start?
I completely am not! Plans to get haircuts and dentist appointments sorted and out the way early have completely gone by the wayside.
Nothing is ordered, homework isn’t completed and I am in denial. It is the same each and every single year though so I think by now I may just need to accept this is how I parent.
With school uniforms and shoes to fit and new routines to think about, finding the time to choose the best books to buy may not always be a priority.
I know however that books really are important and for both my children I like to have books to support what they are learning at school in place and ready to go before school starts.
There are lots of great books to choose from. Letts has some engaging and motivating learning books to help your child get back into a learning frame of mind. All of their books support the national curriculum so that you know they are reinforcing what your child is being taught at school.
I remember using Letts books years ago when I was studying and they were really helpful. It’s the maths support we’ll be buying as this is the area my little one needs help. I struggle to help my kids with maths (it’s so different these days)so these books are a real support for me too!
30% discount on back to school books
You can go onto t website to browse their range of books by age group. They are offering a 30% discount on all books until 30 September 2016 when you use code BACK30 at www.lettsrevision.co.uk. That’s a great discount.
Would you like to win a bundle of Letts books tailored to your child age this Back to School? If so I have a great competition for you, I have £50 worth of books to giveaway.
In order to enter simply complete the rafflecopter below.
Lots of luck everyone!
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