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Problem Solving

Book Description
Write, Slide & Learn! Problem Solving will encourage your child to apply logical thinking to solve problems in the form of fun activities. Your child can simply read the questions and fill in the blanks with the marker provided. Then, once they have completed each row, they can slide out the tab to check their answers. The wipe-clean pages allow your child repeated practice.
Book Information
PublisherHinkler Books Pty Ltd
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages24
Publication Date01/2008
The Creators
About Katie Hewat (Editor) : Katie Hewat is a published author and an editor of children's books. Published credits of Katie Hewat include Early Math (Write, Slide & Learn), Spelling (Write, Slide & Learn), Phonics: Ages 5+ (Writ... more
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