There Was an Old Lady Word and Picture Matching Activity

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This simple word and picture matching activity is great for consolidating your children's visual recognition skills. The resource includes key images from the story of 'There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly' on one side, and the corresponding words on the other. Simply a draw a line between the two to match them up!
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