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    $ Gingerbread Man Common Core Positional Words for Kindergarten Emergent Reader & Activity Mats both with and without the gingerbread man placement. Cute gingerbread man cut outs so that students can physically place the gingerbread man in the various locations while they are reading. PLUS, if you rate this item, you will receive a FREE one dollar item from my store! Enjoy!

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