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Nanna (23-02-2013)

I have made 3 sets of sightwords from the 307 words & use them to play BANG. Have also made up Word Wall for students to learn words. They colour the brick when they can say the word (K-1) & when they can spell the word (1-3). Also have graphs showing their progress.


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