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Description iLearn - the go-anywhere, hand-held question and answer game! Using iLearn, children learn through play all about subjects that fit perfectly with their age and perception of their environment The Yes... more

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Description The Game that you cant say Yes! or No! to! The card game that you cant say Yes! or No! to! Take a card and read the quick-fire questions to your opponent. If they answer Yes! or No! ring that bell and... more

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Advantageseasy instructions

Disadvantagesyou may get bored after playing too many times

...Yes and no game I received this game a few years back from my mum and dad and what better time to play a board game than at Christmas. So I played this game with my sister on Christmas morning. My dad used the bell one time when he was ill and wanted us to bring him things like we were his servents. The Game It comes in a blue rectangular box with a picture of a bell and cards...

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AdvantagesBrightly coloured

DisadvantagesNot very interesting

...My daughter was bought this book by a friend for her 2nd birthday. It is a small hardback book called Yes No and it is written by Jan Pienkowski. I had not seen this type of book before and it probably wouldn?t be something that I would choose to buy judging by the front cover. It is a classic book aimed at nursery age children to start to teach them about opposites using brightly coloured...

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Advantageswell written, very interesting


...follow with her is one of nostalgia. This book is all about a life as a nurse in the 1950?s you don?t really get to see what it is like as a patient but there is no need for that as it holds itself. We move onto life as a sister and the challenges that arise then as no longer a trainee herself can she train the new trainee?s as well as some of her teachers or will she become like the sisters she...

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