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This workbook sequence is helping educate young children the start talents beneficial in construction a robust studying beginning! colourful pages with nice photographs in their favourite buddies from the Hundred-Acre wooden will make studying enjoyable and interesting, too! ideal for preschool and kindergarten scholars. Plus, pages are perforated for simple elimination.
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This is the right road. We did have fun there. We had fun every day. lt was a happy holiday. meHey donkey f-H:s! uok Total number of words new to this book 67 Number of new words in this book .. 67 Of these 49 are Key Words. All the words new to the previous book (6a) are also used here, together with others from the earlier books in this reading scheme. Average repetition per word . . . 12 ·In the books 1 a to 7a of the Ladybird Key Words Reading Scheme 285 different words are used. Of these 252 are Key Words.
The red one,please," says Peter. " asks Aunty. "Yes,we did, we found just what we wanted," says Jane. "We are just going to fly it. " She calls the dog. "Here we are at the top," says Peter. "This should be just what we want. " Peter runs fast with the kite. The dog runs after him. He wants to get the kite. Peter stops. " he asks. "He should never have the kite. " "No," says Jane,"he should never have the kite. " She says to the dog,"Come here. You must never have it. " asks Peter. " No," says Jane.
I am going to get the car now. " Soon they are in the woods. "lt is a nice place," says Jane. "Yes," says Peter,"a nice place· for a picnic, and a nice place to play. " 47 On their way to the shops the children talk about the picnic in the woods. They talk about going home to Mum and Dad. They are going to buy a present for Mum and a present for Dad. "I want a good look round," says Jane. " asks Peter. " "Yes," says Jane,"give them a picture about our holiday. They would like that. " The children look round the shop for their presents.