- Author:Theodore Clymer
- Publisher:Silver Burdett Ginn Religion; Teachers edition (June 1982)
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Little Dog Laughed book.
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Book by Clymer, Theodore.
Select Format: Paperback. Book by Clymer, Theodore. ISBN13:9780663381937. Release Date:August 1982.
In the Skillpack for LITTLE DOG LAUGHED, information for the teacher is printed on each page. This includes directions and an Additional Activity for extending the use of the page. Focus is on: vocabulary, comprehension and decoding. Publisher: Silver Burdett Ginn Religion (June 1, 1982).
Level 2 grade 1. Teacher's ed. - Student's text - Studybook, Teacher's ed. - Skillpack, Teacher's e. - Skillpack, Teacher's ed. Notes. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
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