- Delightful context - set around the seasons at lower levels and the medieval world and legends at level 4
- Beautiful illustrations
- Great songs, stories, and classroom routines
- Festival and culture pages
- Gentle cross-curricular content
- A wide range of teacher's resources including puppets and seasonal posters
Teachers using Treetops tell us, "The atmosphere in class is one of motivation," and it's not hard to see why.
The beautifully illustrated stories and catchy songs stimulate children's learning, giving them the confidence to communicate in English.
Enchanting characters take children on an adventure through three settings - Treetops Wood, Treetops Town, and medieval Britain.
In levels 1 and 2, your class will make friends with Bud and Holly, joining them as they explore Treetops Wood during the different seasons.
The seasonal context lets you present English through a topic that is familiar to your class, building upon knowledge and skills they have learnt in other subjects.
In level 3, Bud and Holly's adventures in Treetops Town offer students the opportunity for more extended reading and listening work. The stories and topics reflect students' changing interests and teach them about citizenship issues such as road safety.
The amusing tales of knight-in-training Percy and Laura, in level 4, promote reading for enjoyment, and can be used as the starting point for lots of fun cross-curricular activities. A wide range of resources including stunning seasonal posters, puppets, and Audio CDs help you to bring the stories and songs to life.