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Train Resource Pack – Games & Activities

Train Resource Pack - Games & Activities

About This Primary Resource

This is a collection of 40 resources on the theme of trains. It’s primary focus is games and activities which can be adapted for children aged from 2 to 7. The resources are ideal to use at home or in school, so they are perfect for parents looking for ways to entertain and educate their children at home or teachers looking for additional inspiration. Most of the games have a literacy, numeracy or arts and crafts element. You can see the full list of resources contained within this pack here.

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  1. Abbie Richardson

    I am looking forward to using these resources!

  2. Shirley Marais

    Really exited to offer this to my minded chimdren

  3. Veno

    Thank you. I am looking forward to using the resources.

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