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    Story Sticks for Penmanship: Children pick one from each pile: A place, a problem, a person, and then they write or tell a story from the sticks. - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

  • Suzanna Joy

    Story Sticks: Children pick one from each pile: A place, a problem, a person, and then they write or tell a story from the sticks. - great idea for narrative story starters

  • Hannah Mullinax 💋

    Story Sticks: kids pick one from each pile: A place, a problem, a person, and then they write or tell a story from the sticks. Practice writing in Spanish?

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