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Kindergarten Sight Words Workbook (Baby Professor Learning Books) - cover

Kindergarten Sight Words Workbook (Baby Professor Learning Books)

Baby Professor

Publisher: Baby Professor

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Summary

Little children cannot be stuck with just learning letters. At one point or another, they need to learn to read. The introduction of sight words makes this task so much easier. In this book, sight words are not only taught through words, they are also linked to pictures to make learning even more effective. Grab a copy of this book today!

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