1999 Abacus Reception / P1: Workbook Number 1 (8 pack) by
  

1999 Abacus Reception / P1: Workbook Number 1 (8 pack)

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1999 Abacus Reception / P1: Workbook Number 1 (8 pack) by

Ideal for whole-class teaching, Abacus gives you all the support you need for motivating maths lessons, and at the same time, offers the flexibility so you can use your professional judgement to suit the needs of your class.

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Multiple copy pack
Contains 8 Paperbacks

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Ginn an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

31st March 2001

ISBN

9780602306397


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