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Creative Teaching Press® Cut & Paste Sight Words Sentences

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Item #: 901-JV60990
  Model #: CTP7180
Brand: Assorted Publishers
Creative Teaching Press® Cut & Paste Sight Words Sentences
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Description
Creative Teaching Press® "Cut and Paste Sight Words Sentences" Book by Rozanne Lanczak Williams, Barbara Maio for word recognition is ideal for kindergarten grade 1 and helps for beginning readers. Creative Teaching Press® "Cut and Paste Sight Words Sentences" Book ideal for ages 5 - 6 has step-by-step directions to tell how to use the sight words. English book features sight word recognition, sentence structure.
  • Age group and grade: Ages 5 - 6 years and grades kindergarten - 1st
  • Language: English
  • Subject: Writing skills, sentence strips
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of pages: 64
  • Title: Cut & Paste Sight Words Sentences
  • Usage ideas: Step-by-step directions tell how to use the sight words
  • Author: Rozanne Lanczak Williams, Barbara Maio
  • Help beginning readers master over 100 sight words using the unique, hands-on approach in this resource
  • Step-by-step directions tell how to use the sight words on each reproducible to teach an entire lesson reinforcing sight word recognition, sentence structure, vocabulary development, and higher level comprehension skills
  • Each reproducible to teach an entire lesson reinforcing sight word recognition, sentence structure, vocabulary development, and higher level comprehension skills.
Specifications
Media Format : Printed Book Audience : Students Education Subject Matter : Writing Skills School Grade : Elementary
Age Set : 7 - 9 years Brand : Assorted Publishers Customizable : No
Weight : 0.38 lbs. per Each
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