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Loosey Goosey Rhyme Time

Loosey Goosey Rhyme Time Ideal for younger children and/or ELL students, this site reinforces reading and pronunciation skills by saying each word in a simple classic nursery rhyme, adding a simple-to-solve challenge to make the site more engaging. The bold graphics are more appealing to younger
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Loosey Goosey Rhyme Time


Ideal for younger children and/or ELL students, this site reinforces reading and pronunciation skills by saying each word in a simple classic nursery rhyme, adding a simple-to-solve challenge to make the site more engaging. The bold graphics are more appealing to younger learners.

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• Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• Elementary School

Ed Steitz

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