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  • Aarika Medicus

    Sight words on wall fence. We do this in our backyard patio on the concrete walls and the kids love it!

  • Ashley Eglian

    maybe do this with letters then have the kids pick a letter and water paint it or spray it off.

  • Mickie Stiers

    Your fence is a great big chalk board! Practice letters, sight words or sound families... try writing a letter and asking your child to find things in the yard that start with that letter.

  • Shelley Simpson

    word wall fence- might be a good way for us to make a chalkboard outside.

  • Jody Newland

    Have your kiddo read the words, then "erase" them with the hose.

  • Beth Taylor

    word wall fence~neat way to memorize scriptures for kids too ;)

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