Spotty Zebra Red Ourselves - How Does it Work? (x6) by Alison Hawes
  

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Spotty Zebra Red Ourselves - How Does it Work? (x6) by Alison Hawes

This work encourages and supports the developments of 'active readers' - children who can use their developing reading strategies to gain meaning from the text. It challenges children by providing a variety of form, layout, content and language features. Each Spotty Zebra title has been developed around a specific Early Learning Goal. It is supported by two Resource Packs that contain material to support reading, writing, speaking and listening in literacy time and beyond!

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Format

Multiple copy pack
Contains 6 Pamphlets and Paperback
100 pages
Interest Age: age 4-5

Author

Alison Hawes
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Publisher

Nelson Thornes Ltd
www.nelsonthornes.com

Publication date

22nd May 2003

ISBN

9780748776375


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