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Celebrate Freedom

Posted by on 1 July 2009

I have some patriotic items to share with my readers.  Just in time for Independence Day!!  First up is a large set of flashcards.  These are Celebrate freedom Say & Write PrePrimer Dolch Sight Words.  They are PrePrimer and I used a writing font to help the little ones learn how to write the words.

Next up is a bookmark and sleeve to keep it in.  If you put it on cardstock and laminate, it’ll last a long time!!

More to come, so watch for UPDATES to this post!!

EDIT 1:  I didn’t like the way the background on the cards converted, so I redid them and I think they look much better!!  You can see the new background for yourself.  Yes, there’s at least one more to come, but I haven’t completed it yet, so keep watching!!

 

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2 Responses to Celebrate Freedom

  1. Debbie

    Couldn’t remember if I’d seen these or not. The bookmark yes. Cards I don’t think so. I know! This is only a few days ago. But you have no idea what VBS has done to my brain. 2 more days to go. Lord, give me strength!

  2. Denise

    Try playing a board game called Er-u-di-tion that incorporates both sight words and phonics.

    This award winning game helps children learn to read, spell and understand the most common words in the English language while playing an entertaining board game.

    Cards are categorized so children of all reading levels can play together!

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