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i'm a pirate! ;) I love this idea. We could use it in any unit with different pictures. it would be fun to take pictures of the kids and then use them for games, books, display etc. I really can see bunches of use for this.

I am using a pirate theme this year in my classroom. This is a "have to have" in my room. I love Mrs. Jumps ideas. She is wonderful.

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