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  • Michelle Cruz

    T'was the Night Before School Started poem and activity. Great for back to school night!

  • Debbie McGuire

    'Twas the Night Before School poem (FREEBIE) http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Twas-the-Night-Before-School-poem-FREEBIE-240729

  • Kelli Geesaman

    Neat back to school activity

  • Kerinan Rose

    'Twas the Night Before School Started poem and activity

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