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COKO Numbers 1-10 Set of 30

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Use to help identify and distinguish numbers by sets of dots, words and digits. Foundation script. Includes educator ...
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COKO Numbers 1-10 Set of 30

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Use to help identify and distinguish numbers by sets of dots, words and digits. Foundation script. Includes educator notes. Base plate not included. Includes: Educator Notes.
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Manufacturer COKO
Colour Pink
Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age 4yrs+
Unit of Measure Set of 30
User Advice Base plate not included.
Includes Educator Notes
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