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    • Gentry Oliver

      Fun ideas for word work

    • Annie Nakoney Leckie

      Word Wall Phonics Chants {free printable}

    • Jolene Fulbright

      Phonics Chants {free printable cards with creative ways for kids to practice fluency, phonics, sight words, WBT rules reciting practice} anything you want them to practice chanting in a creative way. Additional ideas to add: Judge: "gavel" by pounding one fist into open palm after each letter whisper each letter totally silent (mouth the letters) my kinders love this one alligator clap using arms as alligator mouth old voice

    • Christie Winkler

      These are really fun free printables that work great for memory verses, learning new sight words, etc. Just pick a card, then do the reading or recitation in the voice suggested on the card.

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