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  • Glynda Lavelle

    christmas scattegories

  • Rebecca Bledsoe

    SCATTERGORIES – it’s harder than it looks! Play here or let me know if you play on your blog. (note to those new to the game: these don’t have to be actual truths. If it helps- replace the word “you” in the questions & substitute it with “someone”.) Play on & use your imagination! Use …

  • Emma

    Scattergories - great starter idea for revising language vocabulary.

  • Jennifer Scantlin

    Breakfast scattegories

  • Kelly Broadwell

    Scattergories my favorite game ever!!!!

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