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July 07, 2008


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No, I dont have an easel.Thanks for asking though!



I just wanted to know, do you have an easel in your classroom


I love your language work. You've done a beautiful job--then and now.

I know your 9-patch cards were made years ago, but I wondered if you'd be willing to post the words. I'm sure people can find clip art to go with the words you've used, but it would be really handy to know what words are on each card. We could probably take it from there.

Great job. Keep it up!

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