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  • E_ C

    Simple and fun way to help children learn letters quickly. Includes fantastic follow up activity. I did this, but I would recommend getting white stamping ink for those kids who don't have light skin. Great idea!

  • Ashley Niehaus

    ABC Game: Letter of the Day Hand Stamps

  • Clare Ashford

    In Lieu of Preschool: Letter of the Day Hand Stamps- my kids would LOVE this!

  • Katie Oki-Okudo

    Letter of the Day Stamp - fun way to teach letter recognition

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