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July 08, 2008

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Brenda

GREAT idea for literacy! I also like the mittens for sound control. I'd love to see more ideas in this area.

hypotheek grafiek

The data explained in this report appears to be interesting, however I may not be able to post appropriate comment related to this topic.

Donna

I love the clap cards! I downloaded them and will be using them. Thanks for making these available.

Michelle

I was working with my daughter on this activity and she said "teddy bear" instead of "bear" so she put it under three claps. I had it labeled as one clap b/c I thought it was "bear". Do you typically put it under one clap or three? I guess we're both correct!

Tracy Moore

Great little language activity. Thanks for sharing. We must think alike. I read the initial portion and went to download the clap cards. While they were printing I thought this would be really fun with everybody's picture and name. Came back and that's just what you suggest!Thanks again

Lindart

I really like this activity! The mittens add a cute touch and keep the clapping from disturbing the class. I'm going to make this for my class.
I wonder if you could make a list of all the pre-reading activities that you have? That's one area I need to work on.

Lindart

I really like this activity! The mittens add a cute touch and keep the clapping from disturbing the class. I'm going to make this for my class.
I wonder if you could make a list of all the pre-reading activities that you have? That's one area I need to work on.

Shannon

Laura,
This is EXACTLY what I needed for Josh. I have been intending to do syllables with him and kept forgetting. Last night I printed and cut these out...they are ready to go! Thank you very much for all your generosity!

ines

thank you for the downloads...i appreciate them...I really like this work..it's great for introducing the language area to a first year child. I can sense at times the child's hesistation to enter language..this work is a great bridge.

Anna

love this idea, thanks for sharing all your language materials

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