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    Spelling practice- beads and pipe cleaners. So fun and easy to prepare! use w sight words

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    • Abby Fielder

      Word Work with Beads and Pipe Cleaners- Great for Word Study (Free idea). Great for a literacy center.

    • Karman Hartshorn

      Word Work. Spelling practice- beads and pipe cleaners, also good for fine motor development, and man do kids love beading.

    • Susana

      Spelling practice- beads and pipe cleaners. This would be good word work for sight words too. Or could hot glue pictures to end of pipe cleaners and have students spell the words for each picture using the beads.

    • Pal-Mac OT

      Visually tracking to find letters to spell sight words. Also works on fine motor skills with putting letters on pipe cleaner.

    • Meagan Kate

      Work task- sight words with pipe cleaner and beads, fine motor skills

    • Jennie Hanssen

      Spell words on pipe cleaners with beads! Plus, fine motor practice!

    • Calle Christeson

      Moveable alphabet w/ beads! Great center idea

    • Kelly Simmons

      Fine motor plus language arts

    • Nikki Bone

      Sight Word pipecleaners

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