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    all free ideas, so helpful when the brain is full and can;t think of creative things, I will go here

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    Some good powerpoint games

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    Vintage Teacher - free resources

  • Deirdre Bryant-Medina

    74 Free Activities - Beautiful Story regarding website. The teacher who created all these activities (and sold them here on Teacher's Notebook) recently passed away and in her will asked that all her materials on this site be made free. - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins I'm totally using this to train some teachers!!!

  • Marissa Conway

    fun class games

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