Animal Groups Sorting Cards

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  • , rated this resource Aug 3rd
  • Brilliant for my EAL pupils.

    , Jul 15th
    • Hi paris57,
      I'm so glad to hear you like our resource so much, it is great to be able to help! :)

      , Jul 15th
  • Speech and Language, categories

    , Apr 23rd
A set of lovely sorting cards, allowing your children to sort and match images of particular animal groups. Great for a variety of possible activities!
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