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Product NameNelson Handwriting Developing Skills Book 3 (Bk. 3)
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AuthorJohn Jackman, Anita Warwick
Page Count48
BindingPaperback
Published11/01/2014
FeaturesOxford Primary
Long DescriptionThe Developing Skills Books provide the structured progression throughout the course. Each double page spread opens with a Focus in which the main point of the lesson is clearly stated; this is then followed by Extra and Extension activities of increasing difficulty.
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