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  • Katherine Benoit

    this is an easier way to use playdough to spell sight words

  • Mackenzie Nordal

    Fill in the Blanks: Spell with Play Dough and Letter Stamps Use letter stamps and playdough to word on creating words and spelling.

  • Colleen McBrearty

    Fill in the blank spelling activity for kids using playdough #kindergarten

  • Jeanette Wise

    use letter stamps and playdough to word on creating words and spelling. -----word work for Daily 5

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