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  • Caitlin Barker

    Paint Chip Contractions ~ Combines my love of paint swatches!!!

  • Emily Cash

    Language Arts Paint Chip Contractions   Here’s a colorful way for students to practice forming contractions! Make a chart containing words that make up contractions and place it at a center. Also provide a variety of four-color paint chips, paper, and pens. A child selects a paint chip and writes in the first two boxes two words from the chart that, when combined, form a contraction as shown. Next, he writes the new ending (including the apostrophe) in the fourth box. He accordion-folds the last two squares so that the ending replaces the second word to form the contraction. He repeats the process twice and then uses each contraction in a sentence.

  • Ashley Hughes

    paint chips to teach contractions Who knew you could do so much with paint strips.

  • Faith

    paint chips to teach contractions! Who knew paint samples could be used for so many things.

  • Melissa Brauch

    i'm so into these paint sample things! so creative! paint chips contractions - amazing !

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