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  • Alison Kempel

    Unit 4 Week 5 - How to blow a bubble-- writing and math activity! Free download! This activity is adorable but HARD for my first graders, many of whom can't blow bubbles!

  • Stephanie Anne

    BALLOON BUBBLE GUM: Such a fun writing idea!

  • Kayla Turner

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

  • Brittany Beczynski-Cutlip

    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!

  • Allison Short

    Cool writing prompt!

  • Lisa Radschweit

    How to blow a bubble-- writing and math activity! I've seen several boards with this idea. This site has the FREE download! This is a great writing activity to get students engaged, motivated, AND writing!!!

  • Tarah Kipka

    How to blow a bubble-- writing and math activity! Free download! This activity is adorable! Would love to do this on the 50th Day with our bubble gum blowing contest.

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