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Number Skills - Number Skills Development for infants with Down Syndrome (0-5 years)
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Number Skills - Number Skills Development for infants with Down Syndrome (0-5 years)

Provides guidance and advice and describes practical activities to assist the development of early number skills for young children with Down syndrome (2 x copies in stock)

This book provides guidance and advice and describes practical activities to assist the development of early number skills for young children with Down syndrome. Covering awareness of quantity, shape, size and pattern and the importance of language for number concepts, it offers practical information in an accessible format.

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