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  • Melissa Edmonson

    The Letter Box: cut out letters from food boxes before recycling them. WORD WORK .. this would be fun for working on spelling words.

  • Jennifer Harrell

    The Letter Box: cut out letters from food boxes before recycling them. My kids LOVE using these at the word work station---and it's virtually FREE! :) love the reused baby wipes container.

  • Susan Abrahams

    The Letter Box: cut out letters from food boxes before recycling them. WORD WORK. This would be FUN for the kids. Have students bring in cereal boxes that they can cut up themselves...I've done this with magazines but I like this idea better for my first graders.

  • Steph Paterno

    Time consuming, but great for my preschooler's letter recognition and matching. The Letter Box: cut out letters from food boxes before recycling them. WORD WORK

  • Nicole Patterson

    The Letter Box: cut out letters from food boxes before recycling them. WORD WORK Good to request from parents... who has time to cut letters?

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