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Human Growth Display Posters - human, body, growth, ourselves
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  • encourage discussion about changes as people grow

    , Aug 2nd
  • Describe the change as human develop from birth to old age

    , May 28th
    • HI there faithgary, great idea!

      , May 28th
  • teaching growth and changes.

    , Mar 5th
A set of images and corresponding words, perfect for your teaching on the growth area of the ourselves / all about me topic. Great for use on display or to promote discussion during class activities.
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