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The best word I’ve seen today on Words with Friends is 'cygnet'. Can you come up with a better one?

The best word I’ve seen today on Words with Friends is 'cygnet'. Can you come up with a better one?

The Words With Friends Word of the Day isn't a valid Words With Friends word.

The Words With Friends Word of the Day isn't a valid Words With Friends word.

Just saw this on Words with Friends "Word of the day"

Just saw this on Words with Friends "Word of the day"

End of Day Blessing~beautiful! this would be an awesome quote for the guest rooms in my forever place.

End of Day Blessing~beautiful! this would be an awesome quote for the guest rooms in my forever place.

Create your own custom Word Search Worksheets! You can create a word search around a particular theme, your child's spelling or sight words, or even use a few of their already existing word list. You can make it as simple or difficult as you'd like!

Create your own custom Word Search Worksheets! You can create a word search around a particular theme, your child's spelling or sight words, or even use a few of their already existing word list. You can make it as simple or difficult as you'd like!

Every day I long to talk with many people but I know they are enjoying their days and too busy to talk with the likes of me.

Every day I long to talk with many people but I know they are enjoying their days and too busy to talk with the likes of me.

Top Ten Quotes Of The Day

Top Ten Quotes Of The Day

Day Clip It  Why? letters, sight words, names  What? jumbo craft sticks, clothes pins, markers (Sharpies work best.)  How? Write the letters of the alphabet on the clothespins. Write words on the craft sticks. Children match letters and clip them on the stick to make the words.  *Use these at the beginning of the year with children’s names.  *Place in a center for children to practice sight words or spelling words. As a follow up ask students to write the words.

Day Clip It Why? letters, sight words, names What? jumbo craft sticks, clothes pins, markers (Sharpies work best.) How? Write the letters of the alphabet on the clothespins. Write words on the craft sticks. Children match letters and clip them on the stick to make the words. *Use these at the beginning of the year with children’s names. *Place in a center for children to practice sight words or spelling words. As a follow up ask students to write the words.

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