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    • Sadie Tyler

      Have students create sight words by placing letter beads pipe cleaners. Taken from Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Literacy Centers lots of great ideas.

    • Casey Lynne

      Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Literacy Centers. Tons of word work activities.

    • Jodie DuBois Mitchell

      some nice language arts ideas@Celeste Lopez, @Abby Nelson-Bruner, @Allison Schoeneberg

    • Amy Snodgrass

      sight word center idea

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