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Lisa Anderson
Lisa Anderson • 3 years ago

Telephone Book - We make a class phone book to help us practice our phone numbers. I write the child’s phone number on the bottom of the graph. The child colors in the correct number of squares. Then the child copies his/her phone number onto the phone book sheet. The child writes the first letter of his/her last name on the letter line and he/she draws a picture of himself/herself. I include a small photo.

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