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  • Beverley S.

    Alphabet match up. Could use this idea for matching rhymes or initial phonemes by gluing pictures on the end of the clothespins to pair up with pictures on circle. Great to work on fine motor skills as well!

  • BenandAnnette Slane

    A-Z Clothespin MatchUp: Write uppercase or lowercase letters on the ends of mini-clothespins (I got mine from the craft section of Wal-mart), then clip them on to the appropriate spots on the game disks! This is a fun game, and my daughter loves the little clothespins so it was a wonderful addition to our review games. Can use with numbers too and so much more, love this idea!

  • Stephanie Michael

    A-Z Review Clothespin Match Up, center idea

  • Megan Newkirk

    Alphabet Match Up. I love this idea for basic math facts

  • Aisling Mooney

    Alphabet Match Up:: could be used for number matching (digits to words)

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