Why The Koala Has A Stumpy Tail Story Cards

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Aboriginal Dreamtime Why The Koala Has A Stumpy Tail Story Cards - These lovely A4 story cards are great for increasing and assessing familiarity with the main events in the story of 'Why The Koala Has A Stumpy Tail'. Each card features a different paragraph from the story, with a lovely hand drawn image to illustrate it. You could also try using them to start discussions about the different key points and story structure.

    This resource is available in Standard, Eco Black and White, Super Eco Colour, Super Eco Black and White, NSW, QLD, SA, TAS and VIC.
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    • Twinkl added Eco Black and White Version on Nov 11th
    • Twinkl added Super Eco Black and White on Nov 11th
    • Twinkl added SA Version on Nov 11th
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    • Twinkl added QLD Version on Nov 11th
    • Twinkl added Super Eco Colour on Nov 11th
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    • Twinkl added VIC Version on Nov 11th
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