People count in Ten Town

24th May 1996 at 01:00
(Photograph) - On a classroom visit to Ten Town, early years children meet King One, kneeling Tommy Two, and eight other number characters. The Ten Town scheme comprises stories that explain why the numbers face the way they do, rhymes and activities to teach number recognition and formation, a large wall frieze, colourful flash cards, photocopiable work sheets, and teachers' and parents' guides. The complete pack costs Pounds 39.50 (plus Pounds 2.50 postage). Items can be purchased separately. Details: Ten Town Teaching, Norton Cottage, 33 Crescent Road, Stafford ST17 9AL. Tel: 01785 211284

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