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Five Garden Snails Poem

Five Garden Snails Poem

About This Primary Resource

Illustrated poem about garden snails. Ideal to use in your school or early years setting when exploring minibeasts as a theme. It is also great fro reinforcing basic mathematical skills. It includes actions for the children to perform whilst reciting it.

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  2. Maruschke

    Allot of help thank you!

  3. shahila

    It is a wonderful site for resources

  4. Marjorie

    Great rhyme

  5. Catherine tan

    I love it

  6. Siyasanga Kgalemone

    Beautiful! I love it!

  7. Ismail

    I like this poem

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