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  • Amy Gilson

    Vocabulary from picture books - great idea for a growing bulletin board! Read alouds!

  • N Leon

    Vocabulary from picture books - great idea for a growing bulletin board! can use some book covers

  • Deanne Schufft

    Working on vocabulary words from picture books. During read aloud, have children spot vocabulary words they don't know.

  • Christi Dean

    Vocabulary from picture books - great idea for a growing bulletin board! Source for weight words! Maybe print a same picture of the cover to add word to the word wall?

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