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  • Christine Wilbur

    early reading activities and printables thinks to do!

  • Melissa Bishop

    Vocabulary Words - could use this with jolly phonics as well

  • Brandy Hutcheson

    WORD WORK- Labeled vocabulary words on popsicle sticks, stored in old Crystal Light drink containers. This an easy, organized way to create units of vocab or personalized sets for each student.

  • Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation

    Seusstastic Classroom Inspirations: Scott Foresman Reading Street Stick Game - or any program. Crystal Light containers, craft sticks and stick on labels in a readable font and colored or black ink. Make sure you use colors that are visible to kids who are color blind or have low vision. My kiddos are sure to peel the stickers off so I might use a spray varnish to mass cover at least the front of the sticks. http://www.lshf.org/

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yes! Love it better than the 4 square ! even for my 6th graders

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