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  • Leandra Loewen

    Use ping pong balls to teach sight words to active learners. Throw "for" to me...

  • Peggy Boeye

    Kinesthetic sight word activity - words on ping pong balls to teach all the sight words

  • Colleen Lewis

    Use ping pong balls to teach sight words. "Throw 'for' to me. Throw 'so' to me." Could use for math facts too!

  • Chelsea Schmidt

    I can see this working for students with articulation difficulties, too! Or target vocabulary for a whole class! :) Original idea: Use ping pong balls to teach your active learner sight words. "Throw 'for' to me. Throw 'so' to me." Could float in water and fish out with net as well- Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

  • Amy Greentaner

    Use ping pong balls to teach your active learner sight words. "Throw 'for' to me. Throw 'so' to me." I love sight word games!

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