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  • Jacqueline Beavers

    good idea for handwriting practice?

  • Lindsay Barinas

    Kindergarten writing center using student's school picture/name.

  • Jennifer Rushing

    Name writing station & other kdg ideas!

  • Margarita MaCall

    Kindergarten writing center using student names, Kindergarten fine motor! Other cute ideas on this site, including Mother's Day writing! :)

  • Resha Washington

    Pre K writing center using student names, Kindergarten fine motor

  • Ashley Milam

    I love this name writing center idea. Kids love to write each other's names! Use this in the upper grades for cursive practice.

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