Comment on Learning Times Tables The Fun Way! by Joanna.
Your post reminds me of the time when I was struggling to learn the times table and how hard I thought it was from 7 above. I remember my grandfather thought me an easy way to remember which worked really well at the time, but which now I forgot. This sounds like a great product to help children learn easier.
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I have never had truffle salami before but I can imagine how delicious it is! This recipe sounds perfect for breakfast, except for the coriander. I am one of the 20% of the population who things coriander tastes like soap, haha. 🙂
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What a great idea, to recreate Ryan and Emma’s looks on the red carpet. You have chosen really well, I love the red dress and the high heel shoes. The Lala Land shopping event sounds like it’s going to be very entertaining, especially with the dance performances.
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