Roll and Read Phonics Literacy Stations for the entire year!! THREE levels (below level, on level, above level) - so easy to differentiate! & they all come with sound in "helper red" or with the words all black. There's also a version with sentences! AMAZING

Roll and Read Phonics Literacy Stations for the entire year!! THREE levels (below level, on level, above level) - so easy to differentiate! & they all come with sound in "helper red" or with the words all black. There's also a version with sentences! AMAZING

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Want to help your child or students master magic e words? This post has links to over 50 free printables!

Want to help your child or students master magic e words? This post has links to over 50 free printables!

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Fun grammar game introducing contractions! Play a game or two of this Superhero themed Contractions Memory Game!

Fun grammar game introducing contractions! Play a game or two of this Superhero themed Contractions Memory Game!

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(Note for the original pin: If you know anybody that i said idk for PLEASE tell me. Thank you! (Credit of naming in description Evamarie Sack) Row 1: Phil, idk, Connor, marzia. Row 2: Dan, bunny, lily, idk row 3: Jim, alfie, Miranda, idk row 4: Hannah, Felix, Louise, troye. Row 5: tyler, idk, zoella

(Note for the original pin: If you know anybody that i said idk for PLEASE tell me. Thank you! (Credit of naming in description Evamarie Sack) Row 1: Phil, idk, Connor, marzia. Row 2: Dan, bunny, lily, idk row 3: Jim, alfie, Miranda, idk row 4: Hannah, Felix, Louise, troye. Row 5: tyler, idk, zoella

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Morning dew on a spider web. - Macro photography. STEP RIGHT INTO MY LOVING PARLOUR said the spider to the fly, for mine is a magic diamond web, you can never escape me! some words my own, the actual fable written by Mary Howitt, English Poet, 1700s!

Morning dew on a spider web. - Macro photography. STEP RIGHT INTO MY LOVING PARLOUR said the spider to the fly, for mine is a magic diamond web, you can never escape me! some words my own, the actual fable written by Mary Howitt, English Poet, 1700s!

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