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    • Holly Cunningham

      A few great bottle cap games and ideas.

    • Beth Brennan

      @Diane Brennan - i told you there was a reason to save those water bottles! Using bottle tops in the classroom to practice building sentences spelling sight words and number skills Cheap and easy center idea Oodles of other center ideas on this blog

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