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Little Red Hen 15x15cm Beebot Cards

Little Red Hen Beebot Cards

About This Primary Resource

A set of flashcards featuring words and images from The Little Red Hen story. The dimensions of the cards make them ideal to use as part of an activity or game involving a Bee-Bot programmable robot.

Please note these resources have been designed to help you make the most of your Bee Bot, which is a wonderful resource. They have been designed using original ELHQ artwork and have not been endorsed by the creators of the Bee Bot.

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  1. rsaleh

    nice

  2. Daisy

    Thanks!

  3. Louise

    great

  4. Amy

    thank you

  5. Niki Lewis

    Making some CVI books

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