Spotty Zebra I Spy Colours by Nicki O'Brien, Viki Bennett, Neil Griffiths
  

Synopsis

Spotty Zebra I Spy Colours by Nicki O'Brien, Viki Bennett, Neil Griffiths

The textless stories encourage young children to engage with the topics, without being constrained by reading difficulties. The artefacts act as useful prompts to promote a range of different 'talk', such as exploratory, role-play and structured conversation, and they can be taken home to encourage talking with parents or carers. Supporting each book and artefact is a set of free teacher's notes.

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Format

Mixed media product
Contains 4 Pamphlets and 4 Cards and Paperback
76 pages
Interest Age: age 4-5

Author

Nicki O'Brien, Viki Bennett, Neil Griffiths
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Publisher

Nelson Thornes Ltd
www.nelsonthornes.com

Publication date

13th June 2003

ISBN

9780748777853


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