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    • Carol Keith

      Students practice spelling each others names...could do with sight words too! - cute beginning of the year introduction of word work center idea. I could use color words as well.

    • Catherine Moriarty

      Students practice spelling each others names...could do with sight words and spelling words too! I have a filing cabinet that would be PERFECT for this!

    • Mandy Jones

      SPELLING PRACTICE - Students practice spelling each sight words


      Use a metal door or the side of a file cabinet and magnetic letters and let children practice spelling each other's names or sight words.

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