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  • Emily Smith

    This site has a lot of good books to read aloud when teaching about compound words. Once There Was A Bull (frog), is full of examples of compound words that the teacher could have students pull out. The class could make a list of compound words from this book to see what two words the compound word is made up of. Rick Walton

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Materials: 11x13 paper, word cards Create a shutter fold and cut slits to make 4 flaps on each side. Students will write and illustrate the words that they used to create their compound word. Then they will open both flaps and illustrate the compound word.

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