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  • Juanita

    How much are your spelling words worth? Kids decode their spelling list by using their coin counting skills to find out! I saw this priceless idea over at 4th Grade Frolicks and Jeffrey's Grove First Grade. BUSY and quiet!!!

  • Rhonda Chastain

    How much is your name worth? Or your friend's name? Or your pet's name? Find out using this money chart. Good idea for combining word work and counting money!

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Words Worth, Spelling Lists, Words Work, Money Charts, Coins Counted, Counted Money, Spelling Words, First Grade, 4Th Grade

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