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  • Angie Nowicki

    Colored Sand and a pencil for writing words. In a pencil box... Word work idea

  • Lindsay

    colored sand in a pencil box for word work center

  • Tina Hughes Livingstone

    Colored sand and unsharpened pencil in a school box for word work and writing practice. Lots of Word Work Center Ideas.

  • Emilie Ellenberg

    Use a pencil case to store sand and an unsharpened pencil to practice writing letters, names, and words. Good for practicing sight words at word work

  • Sandra Wideman

    Word Work Idea - pencil case to store sand and an unsharpened pencil to practice writing letters, names, and words ~ why don't I think of these things?!

  • Brenda Stringer

    Colored sand boxes for Word Work Station

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