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  • Sabrina Gimenez Vegiani

    Environmental print: word wall idea

  • Rachel Martin

    environmental print word wall with labels! have each kid bring in 5-10 labels from home, and print off a few for those hard letters.

  • Amy Hansen

    environmental print word wall- could also make into a class book # Pinterest++ for iPad #

  • Rita Vasquez

    Environmental Print: From Kindergarten With Love: Classroom Displays. I love the idea of having the kids bring in food labels to sort into the different letters. Great idea!

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