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  • Megan K

    Like this for grammar intro - Vicky Verb is a super hero - she can DO anything!- in teacher files

  • Kelly Mason

    Parts of speech. Cute idea. You could have a whole speech family Wonders First grade unit 2 week 1

  • Gillian Woodard

    Nick Noun and Vicky Verb for Language Arts

  • Crystal Burnett

    my kids are probably a bit old for this but cute idea! Nick Noun Vicky Verb

  • N Charise Perkins Raiford

    cute classroom ideas Nick Noun and VIcky Verb

  • Daisy Ward

    My Life as a Third Grade Teacher: November 2011 Nick Noun and Vicky Verb

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