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Easy Daily Plans - Over 250 Plans for Preschool Teachers - cover

Easy Daily Plans - Over 250 Plans for Preschool Teachers

Sue Fleischmann

Publisher: Gryphon House Inc.

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Organized by month, teachers will find everything they need for a complete year's worth of daily plans. With more than 250 lesson plans, children will have fun learning all year long.

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