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  • Class guided lesson before doing a tally on their own.

    , Oct 14th
Australia - Favourite Fruit Pictogram

Australia - Favourite Fruit Pictogram - A lovely activity for your fruit topic teaching. Use this pictogram to work out which is the most popular fruit in your class. A fun and educational activity!
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