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Fisher-Price Little People Let's Go to School

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Favorite Little People characters show all the fun there is to be had in and around the classroom through a charming book featuring lots of flaps for little hands to open.

This Little People® flap book is sure to be any toddler’s favorite. Eddie, Sonya Lee, and their friends all enjoy a typical day at preschool in this big book packed with flaps for littl
Board Book, 10 pages
Published May 19th 2009 by Reader's Digest
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Jessica L.
A simple Little People book with few words. Children can lift the flaps to find the matching items.

Themes: opposites, counting, feelings, shapes, school

Read the book with students and have them come up with additional items for each set of pages.
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