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  • Jacqueline Armstrong

    Awesome i'm so using this! Students are 'texting' their sight words on iPhones, 'typing' words onto iPads, and arranging their iPod playlists in alphabetical order. I use these as choices for practice in my word work center. From Mrs. Bremer's Kindergarten

  • Remedia Publications

    Literacy Work Stations where students text their sight words on iPhones and iPads and arranging the iPod playlists in alphabetical order. From Mrs. Bremer's Kindergarten

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