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    • Mariana Barnes

      Cute word clips for letter recognition & spelling word practice!

    • Kori Brant

      Word clips! For my little ones I'd use their names, good for letter recognition and fine motor skills.

    • Melissa Tolen

      Word clips! Great idea for capital/lowercase letter matching too! Simple enough :)

    • Amanda Buss

      Word clips! This would be great to introduce sight words to my preschooler...she is totally into learning to spell and read!

    • Amanda Olson

      Word clips! Oo I like this for Word Work during Daily 5

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