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Wheels on the Bus (Interactive)

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Interactive wheels on the bus game created by Daniel Driscoll of North East Worcestershire College. You will need Flash player installed on your PC to play this game. Unfortunately it will not work on Macs.
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  1. Sarah Lewis

    My kids played this lots of times (wheels on the bus) and they love it :)

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