A Rich Tapestry

Primary

This hands on and creative unit allows children to explore and celebrate their multicultural community. Opportunities for cross-curricular links with literacy and the more creative subjects within the curriculum. You will also find a suggestion box of “Why don’t you…” questions to develop children’s thinking skills.

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