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    • Kara Kleinhenz

      Bubble Gum FUN free download! (Writing and Math) How cute is this? Your students can write instructions on how to Blow a Bubble! Arts and crafts with writing activity. great for second graders!

    • Jennifer Taylor

      Procedural writing idea

    • Erin Dillane

      Procedural Writing. Bubble Gum FUN free download! (Writing and Math) How cute is this? Your students can write instructions on how to Blow a Bubble!

    • Sarah Stein

      Bubble Gum free download! write instructions on how to blow a bubble! Great sequencing activity

    • Kourtney Lund

      How to blow a bubble-- writing and math activity! Free download! This activity is adorable! Each child makes a face with "bubble" to with writing activity.

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    Bubble Gum FUN free download! (Writing and Math) How cute is this? Your students can write instructions on how to Blow a Bubble!

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    This will be PERFECT for fourth grade!! I started a lesson similar to this, but the added ideas will make it more fun.