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This zip file contains five sets of sight words (increasing difficulty) flash cards and a letter to go with each set suggesting activities for parents. If you like what you see here, please consider visiting my classroom website and making a donation to my kids via DonorsChoose, PayPal, or my Amazon Wishlist.

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