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Pre Primary English Worksheets & Lessons for Cric Croc and the Bedraggled Pony

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Australia, Australian Animals, Beginning reading, Early Literacy, English, General Science, Health, Phonics, Rhyming

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By debj,
Retired Primary Teacher, Cric Croc Consultant
Pre Primary English Worksheets & Lessons for Cric Croc and the Bedraggled Pony

Lesson Links and Worksheets Suitable for Pre Primary for Why Crocodiles Smile Picture Book.

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debj, Retired Primary Teacher, Cric Croc Consultant

I am a retired primary teacher who spent the last 10 years teaching in the Library.

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    Sample of Program and Worksheet for Cric Croc and the Bedraggled Pony
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    This is children’s picture book 2, in the Cric Croc series by Anthony W Buirchell. Cric finds a pony who has been neglected and bullied. They befriend each other and together they overcome adversity. The ending shows kindness wins.

    This book is available from The Wheel as a PDF.

    For teachers this book can also be a foundation for your Early Literacy program and Well-being.  There are also available downloadable print resources and programs on The Wheel. All 24 colourful pages of the book can be displayed on an electronic whiteboard or any other device capable of using a PDF for whole class or individual student use.

    Softcover copy of this book and other useful resources are also available from the author at www.criccroc.com

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