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  • Chelsea Hewitt

    "Where's the Bear" Sight Word Game - What a fun idea!

  • Shannon Burget

    Where's the bear? Sight word practice: ROCKIN' idea!!!! Love this for my strugglers! Would be a great small group game.

  • Jen Hier @ Early Learning Ideas

    Where's the Bear? Sight Word game - cute! Sight word activities for young children.

  • Susanne D.

    Language Arts Center practice: Use to practice HFW. Sprinkles to Kindergarten!: Where's the Bear?

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