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    B And D

    • Shirley Matiasz

      B and D poster: my kids get these reversed all the time

    • Felecia Webb

      writing letters

    • Ms EOI Teacher

      The Bbs like to walk... but the Dds like to talk. Visuals to help your kids memorise

    • Lisa Mack

      The First Grade Parade: Is that a B?? Or a D??? Many visuals to help kids differentiate between b & d.

    • Kimberly Smith

      Memory tricks for kids' letter reversal problems. Love the "make your bed" at the bottom of the page.

    • Melinda Six

      Classroom: Letter recognition. Differentiate between B and D. The Bs like to walk but the Ds like to talk.

    • Claire Barsky

      Language arts- Good way to teach how to differentiate between "b" and "d" Very Clever! #fb

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