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Letter Sounds for Preschoolers - Made Simple (Kindergarten Early Learning) - cover

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Letter Sounds for Preschoolers - Made Simple (Kindergarten Early Learning)

Baby Professor

Publisher: Baby Professor

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This book is a supplementary tool for preschool teachers. The book emphasizes letter sounds aiding the teachers in successfully inputting the ideas to their pupils’ heads. Designed specifically for preschoolers, this book has a creative and colorful interface perfect for preschool learners. You can get your copy by hitting the buy button today.

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