Smart-kids skills phonics & spelling Grades 1 to 3

Children love learning with Smart-kids. Creative activities and fun-loving characters bring the worksheets and activities to life. Smart-kids is written by experienced South African teachers and contains valuable notes, tips and answers for parents. Develops key skills from the South African Curriculum. Graded activities in three levels; step-by-step instructions and answers; such fun kids won't even know they're learning.

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Author:
Gill Maree Gill Maree
Format:
Paperback

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Children love learning with Smart-kids. Creative activities and fun-loving characters bring the worksheets and activities to life. Smart-kids is written by experienced South African teachers and contains valuable notes, tips and answers for parents. Develops key skills from the South African Curriculum. Graded activities in three levels; step-by-step instructions and answers; such fun kids won't even know they're learning.

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Product details

Author:
Gill Maree, Gill Maree
Subtitle:
Grades 1-3
Publisher:
Pearson Education, Pearson Education South Africa
Imprint:
Pearson SA
ISBN:
9781770259584
Series Title:
Smart-kids
Series Number:
Gr 1 - 3
Audience:
Schools & Educational
Pages:
48
Width (mm):
210
Length (mm):
297
Weight (g):
130

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