Speaking Like An Immigrant: A Collection

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Tian Tian the giant Panda bites into a special Christmas cake in the shape of a Christmas tree, at Edinburgh Zoo, in Scotland, Dec. 17, 2014. Each student will have a card with a corresponding picture/label for each center and they will check off the two centers they visit. They live in undergrounds dens or sometimes caves. This section also includes butterflies feeding from flowers and even a patriotic insect or two. The child then picks a friend to come and join him/her.

Pages: 184

Publisher: FastPencil (December 30, 2010)


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