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Anne (31-01-2015)

It's so helpful to have these popular songs and rhymes attractively set out with the sentence reconstruction activities included. Huge time-saver. Thanks, Anne


Kathy (25-03-2013)

These are wonderful - an excellent start to my poems and songs reading box. Thank you. One suggestion is that maybe you make the A4 ones available all together in one download. For many of the poems I just want them in a box for reading time so I only need the A4 version - a lot of time downloading and it would be great if they were all wrapped up in one. But maybe thats not what others want.... either way, a great resource so thanks!


yvonne (11-03-2013)

Thank you for providing the nursery Rhymes and poems. You have saved me a lot of time typing them up to use in the classroom.


Unknown (06-01-2013)

Hi Megan

Yes, ok I see what has happened - I will add the A4 and other pages to these over the next few days. Thanks for giving the heads up.

Donna


Megan (04-01-2013)

There are quite a few nursery rhymes that don't have a straight A4 printable for display in the room, would love to see songs such as Incy Wincy Spider have a dispaly page :-)


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