Oxford Show and Tell: 3: Teacher's Book

Oxford Show and Tell: 3: Teacher's Book

Author: Tamzin Thompson

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0194779319

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Show and Tell taps into children's natural curiosity, asking a question such as "who makes you happy?" or "what do our senses tell us?" as the focus for each unit.



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