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  • Tammy Lloyd Jones

    Alphabet Spoons: white spoons with capital letters drawn at the top, clear spoons with lower case letters drawn at the bottom. For my beginning-of-the-year review AND o going strugglers

  • Sharon Skipworth

    Capital letter on white spoon - Lower case letter on clear spoon - match them up. Match music notes?

  • Amanda Colbert

    Capital letter on white spoon - Lower case letter on clear spoon - match them up - could do this with math facts too.

  • Cathy MacDougall

    Alphabet Spoons - teaching children upper and lower cased letters. Put the upper cased letter on the solid white spoon and the lower cased letter on the clear spoon. They nestle together. This is very clever.

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