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  • Kimberly Gannon

    Word game made from paint chip samples.

  • Wendy McKay

    teach word families using paint swatches

  • kelly white

    Paint chips to help with reading skills/word families- use many colored paint sample things at homedepot

  • Erin Thompson

    Paint chips to help with reading skills. Would be great word work warmup for GR groups.

  • Peggy Devore

    Paint Card Word Families

  • Judy Fane

    Paint chips word families: to help with reading skills - another picture to show more chunks.

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