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    This is an adorable way to practice the elements of a story. You can do it with sequencing in a story too.

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    • Christy Reddehase

      Follow The Yellow Brick Road Retelling Activity ~ Engaging! This blog offers a free download of "The Yellow Brick Road."

    • Britney Schleif

      Yellow Brick Road Story Retelling. Use this same idea but have students play hopscotch. They have to through the pebble and the one it lands on they skip and have to answer. They can't throw to the same question twice. Practice before a test.

    • K.E. Hickman

      Such a brilliant visual prompt for story retelling! - 'Yellow Brick Road Retell'.

    • Janet Peters

      "Follow the Yellow Brick Road" story retelling activity & visuals

    • Maraya Pearson

      Yellow Brick Road story retelling idea. Great teacher reviews.

    • Alyssa Marie

      "Follow the Yellow Brick Road" story retelling path. Freebie!

    • Lauren Pietrack

      HWEO: Follow The Yellow Brick Road Retelling Activity

    • Liz Cumblad

      Blog with awesome 1st grade reading strategies.

    • Olya Misst

      Yellow brick road story retelling - love this!

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