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    • Kira Lawicki

      Descriptive Words Writing Educational Poster

    • Amy Heinen

      The tips on this chart will help students learn to write better from the start. Chart includes reproducibles and/or activity ideas on the back to reinforce writing skills. 17" x 22"

    • Erin Nakahara

      Descriptive Words Chart Gr 1-3

    • Betsy Lynch

      teaching ideas

    • Jan D.

      Trend Enterprises CTP4171 Descriptive Words Chart Grades 1 3 | eBay

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