Yakety Yak the Alien's Back by Ruth Thomson, Pie Corbett
  

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Yakety Yak the Alien's Back by Ruth Thomson, Pie Corbett

There is currently much discussion about a child's ability to talk when they start school and it is a well-known fact that children are better able to read and write if they have first grasped the fundamentals of spoken language. There are many forms of speaking and listening; such as giving directions; recounting and telling a story; comparing and grouping objects; describing something; voicing the imagination and learning when to talk and listen in a conversation. Often taken for granted, these skills form the basis of a child's learning and confidence in life.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Ruth Thomson, Pie Corbett
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Publisher

Chrysalis Children's Books an imprint of Pavilion Books

Publication date

21st July 2005

ISBN

9781844583119


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