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Posts Tagged ‘#Reading Develops Vocabularly’

Counting Dinosaurs book review in collaboration with funmammasa

Title: Counting Dinosaurs Published by : Priddy books About the book This sturdy colourful toddler board book is perfect for young learners. Full of bright colourful dinosaurs and other prehistoric objects to search and find. This book will build on your dinosaur lovers interest and help them learn to count out objects. Perfect for developing…

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What the ladybird heard book review in collaboration with funmammasa

Title: What the ladybird heard Author: Julia Donaldson Illustrator: Lydia Monks About the book An enchanting tale by Julia Donaldson full of humour and fun. Down on the farm the animals are warned of Hefty Hugh and Lanky Lens cunning plan to steal the prize cow when the ladybird overheard them. The quiet ladybird comes…

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Dr Seuss’s ABC book review in collaboration with funmammasa

Dr Seuss’s ABC BY: Dr Seuss Age 5 + Undoubtably the most entertaining alphabet book ever written, this book by Dr. Seuss is perfect to introduce the alphabet to children. With a fantastic cast of crazy characters and written from the eyes of a child’s creativity you can meet Aunt Annie’s alligator ,the Zizzer-Zazzer-Zuzz, a…

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Why Good Reading Habits Are Important For Children

Reading is wonderful and a child needs to learn to read to succeed in life. When they develop good reading habits, their future academical life is guaranteed to have an advantage. It will also affect their everyday life more positively. Children should develop good reading habits at a very young age. Here are five reasons…

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