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    • Karen Forehand

      practice writing 10 words that you have posted on the word wall in your class... (may be good for spelling words too)

    • Beth Gish

      Could be a great morning work activity. Here is an activity I use with my 1st grade class. Have your students practice writing 10 words that you have posted on the word wall in your class...

    • Emma French

      Word Wall Center Activity. Have the students practice writing ten of the words on your word wall. Then choose three and put them in sentences. Choices! :)

    • Sarah Diller

      Reading centers

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