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Photo Things That Go Together Set 1

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Talk about why some things go together and why some don't.

Ages 4-12. Two sets of colorful photographs to motivate children to talk about why some things go together and why some don't. Each is presented clearly to enable easy recognition and promote understanding. Focuses on items familiar to the child at home.

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Photo Things That Go Together Set 1

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Gross Motor

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