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    • Kristin D.

      short vowel detective scavenger hunt

    • Lauren Eynon

      Let your students be short vowel detectives and find words from their reading book for each vowel sound.... could also make short vowel bingo (aeiou across top), students fill in words from word wall, and pull words out of hat to call. Can use this idea with any word patterns.

    • Anja Dragic

      Use during guided reading groups

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