Little Library Life Skills: Drip, Trickle, Roar! Sepedi Version by Kerry Saadien-Raad
  

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Little Library Life Skills: Drip, Trickle, Roar! Sepedi Version by Kerry Saadien-Raad

The Little Library Life Skills Kit (along with the Literacy and Numeracy Kits) was initially developed to respond to a need for high quality, indigenous books for the younger members of our communities. After ten years successful use in schools, the kits have now been revised to meet the changing needs of learners, schools and the new education policies. The Life Skills Kit focuses on promoting life skills to learners of five to nine years of age, as stated in the National Curriculum Statement. Drip, trickle, roar is a non-fiction book about water. The book provides learners with an opportunity to examine non-fiction information and the layout of a non-fiction book, including contents and index pages, captions, labels and headings of various levels. The illustrations are a mixture of photographs and drawings.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Kerry Saadien-Raad
More books by Kerry Saadien-Raad

Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

31st December 2007

ISBN

9780521726566


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