|Pratham Books - StoryWeaver
|Learning Resource Type
|When Amma Went to School
|अम्मा जब स्कूल गयीं
|ಅಮ್ಮ ಶಾಲೆಗೆ ಹೋದಾಗ
|आईची शाळेतली गंमत
|அம்மா ஒரு நாள் பள்ளிக்குச் சென்றார்
|அம்மா பள்ளிக்குச் சென்றபோது
|అమ్మ స్కూలుకి వెళ్ళినప్పుడు
|Quand Maman est allée à l'école
|O dia em que Amma foi à escola
|엄마가 학교에 간 날: 아~ 뱀이다!
|दाई जब स्कूल हंजी
|اماں جب اسکول گئیں
|Коли Ємма пішла до школи
|ฉันสามารถทำสิ่งต่างๆได้ ( I Can Make Things!)
|แม่ไก่กกไข่ (Busy Mother Hen)
|โตเกินไป เล็กเกินไป(Too Big! Too Small!)
|๗ สีแห่งสายรุ้ง(7 Colours of a Rainbow)
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