Two Crown House publications are reviewed by Nicole Henke

23 May 2017

"When you aren't a teacher, but suddenly you ARE because you are now homeschooling your child, you reallise there is SO much you don't know, like how to make Algebra and Foreign Languages FUN! So I was thrilled to be able to check out 2 great new books from Crown House, that can help you address the latter subject!" - Nicole Henke. 

‹Click here to read Nicole Henke's review of 'Games for Teaching Primary French' by Daniele Bourdais and Sue Finnie.

Click here to read Nicole Henke's review of 'Fun Learning Activities for Modern Foreign Languages' by Jake Hunton.

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