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  • Pamela Watson

    If You Give A Cat A Cupcake: Reading Comprehension Game

  • Jessica Pariso

    Several reading comprehension game boards paired with books: Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse, Skippyjon Jones, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie/Cat a Cupcake, Frog and Toad, Paperbag Princess

  • Carmen Hove

    if you give a cat a cupcake game - comprehension; many other gameboards to go with stories from First Grade a la Carte

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