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  • April Sanders

    Primarily Speaking: Word Work Fun! Using keyboard templates

  • Faith Happel Wokasch

    Google "Keyboard Template" and print on colored paper, laminate and you've got Word Work for a day! Sight words, spelling, vocab...

  • Vickie Stone Chafin

    Google "Keyboard Template" and print on colored paper, laminate and you've got A keyboard for the Science lab at VBS. I believe the snack area is science lab?

  • Jill Olsen

    Google "Keyboard Template" and print on colored paper, laminate and you've got Word Work for a day!-would be good for spelling practice before keyboarding is introduced to help kids become familiar with where the letters are

  • Christina Renee

    Google "Keyboard Template" and print on colored paper, laminate and you've got Word Work for a day!/great for spelling word practice or a day when computer class is cancelled.

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Spelling word practice. If we used a board like this, it would save us from having to photocopy those packets every week. We'd be able to do just a front & back page for vocab list and spelling list instead.(And plus, these activities are way more fun than the current ones we assign.)

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One Extra Degree: Word Work Center etc. filled with white boards, sand boxes, file folder games and puppets.

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