How Bat Learned to Fly Set A Early/Fluent Guided Readers by McGraw-Hill Education


How Bat Learned to Fly Set A Early/Fluent Guided Readers by McGraw-Hill Education

Storyteller has a wealth of titles at every Book Band Level, making it ideal for developing children's reading and writing skills simultaneously. Key Skills: The books are ideal for guided reading and writing. They are also great for independent reading and writing. Suitable as take home readers. The writing cards are excellent for shared, interactive and guided writing. The non-fiction titles in particular, are good for children who are high-interest, lower ability.

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McGraw-Hill Education
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1st January 2001



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