PAK – Spello What’s New Leigh Redman
Education doesn’t stand still. So neither does Spellodrome.
Being online is great. Unlike almost every other type of resource, when we create something new (or update something we already have) our students, teachers or parents can get access to it right away. No updates, no extra charges. Just the latest and greatest Spellodrome, all the time.
We release new things regularly and we’ll tell you about it here.
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