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“You have to touch the heart before you can teach the mind”.
 
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These worksheets are great for sight word introduction and practice. Students read the word, color each letter of the word, write the word, and ...
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Students can practice recognizing and reading sight words with these cut and paste worksheets.
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This alphabet mat works great on a cookie sheet with button magnets. Just use a white paint pen to write the letters on the magnets, then match t...
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This center includes 40 sight word sentences. There are four sets of 10 different sentences. I like to color code the centers so they can be sor...
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My kids love these. I just ring the mats together to keep a neat working space. The kids use dry erase markers to practice fine motor skills.
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This center includes three mats for small, medium, and large sorting. There are two pages of graphics from the story for students to sort.
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This center is going to be great fun. It contains two headers, one for telling sentences and one for asking sentences. I cut out the baskets an...
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These clip cards are great for matching capital and lowercase letters. Just ring the cards together and use regular clothes pins to clip the cor...
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This center includes thirteen pages of clip cards,with sums up to 20. Students use regular clothes pins to clip the correct answers. All graphi...
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These clip cards include sums up to 20. They work with clothes pins or dry erase markers. All graphics are courtesy of Scrappin' Doodles.
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This Easter math center contains a set of 16 clip cards. Children count the ones and tens and clip the correct answer with regular clothes pins....
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Practice number recognition using this number mat and a cookie sheet. Use a white paint pen and write the numbers 0-20 on button magnets from ...
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I'm looking for the astronaunt that is for number sequencing puzzles. I saw it on Pinterest but it takes me to a farm unit and this activity isn't in the farm unit.

kathy samsky
November 10, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Hello Kathy,
The astronaut sequence puzzle is listed on the left side of my store under number puzzles. Not sure why it takes you to the farm unit, but if you get to my store, just look to the left and click on the number puzzles. You should see it there. If not, send me your email and I will email it to you. Hope this helps!
Lorie
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Lynda T. re: Farm Center Printables
Love your products! The alphabet mats are terrific! Have you made a Native American Lowercase Alphabet mat?
November 1, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Hello Lynda,
I have the lowercase alphabet mat made. If you send me your email I will send it to you. Thanks a bunch!
Lorie
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Joslyn Behne  (TpT Seller) re: Dinosaur Number Flashcards
How high do the number cards reach?
October 25, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Hello Joslyn,
These flashcards only go through 20.
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Buyer re: Castle Lowercase Alphabet Mat
These mats are very cute! Just wondering if you take requests for pictures. I was thinking of seasonal pictures, such as something related to back to school ie schoolbus or fall themed pictures ie a scarecrow or a pumkin patch! Thanks! Beth
September 7, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Hello Beth,
I will check my graphics and see what I can do! Check back soon!
Thanks,
Lorie
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Buyer re: Cowboy Number Word Clip Cards
Lorie I just bought this product but some of the cards did not have the numbers by the hats. Could you please fix it and then send it back to me, if you can.
September 6, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Hello almita,
I am so sorry about the missing numbers! I just fixed them and re down loaded them. I am not so sure how things work, so if you can't download the corrected version, send me your email and I will send it that way.
Thanks, Lorie
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Mona Elmore  (TpT Seller) re: Farm Center Printables
I downloaded and printed the Native American Capital Letter Mat. Would you consider making a lowercase letter mat to go along with it?
Thanks so much!
Mona Elmore
monateaches@yahoo.com
August 22, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Sure Mona,
I will try to get that done in the next day or two, so check back soon. I appreciate your interest!
Lorie
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Buyer re: Native American Capital Mat
Are there Navajo related materials? I teach Navajo Bilingual Ed. I would love to see hogans and such material. Thank you/Ahehee'
August 11, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

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MathFileFolderGames  (TpT Seller) re: Jack and the Beanstalk Pattern Cards
Hi, I’m releasing a new math iOS app about "Jack and the Beanstalk" and would like to use your product in my “printable resource pack” to go along with the app.

You can read more about this marketing opportunity here on the forum:

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=23605

Let me know if this would be possible.
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amber welch  (TpT Seller) re: Sight Word Cut and Paste
Hi, I was wondering how many sight words are included?
Thanks :)
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Lee H. re: Jack and Beanstalk Capital to Capital Clip Cards
Is it possible to have jack waving with the other hand so he doesn't look like he's touching one of the letters on the right?
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Kate Lapcinski  (TpT Seller) re: Castle Alphabet Mat
Hello,
We used your alphabet mat for our pre-k bingo and the students loved it! However, one student noticed that there were two F's and no E's.

Thanks, Kate Lapcinski
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Jessica Fredrickson  (TpT Seller) re: Valentine Capital Alphabet Mat
I love your new alphabet mat and cards Lorie! Where is the clipart from? Thanks,

~Jessica
February 4, 2013 Report inappropriate comment
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Thanks Jessica.
All the clip art is from Scrappin' Doodles.
February 4, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

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Jeanette G.
Hi Lorie. I was wondering if you give a reduced rate if one buys products in bulk. For example, I would like to begin downloading every product that goes along with a "theme", one theme at a time. You have very attractive, fun looking and engaging products for primary children.
Jeanette Giray
jconzgo@aol.com
January 12, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

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Minister2Kids  (TpT Seller) re: Noah's Ark Capital Alphabet Mat
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Buyer re: Snowman Literacy Centers
do you have directions for these?
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Hello, I am sending the directions. May I ask if you just downloaded these within the last couple of days? I thought I had fixed this problem, now I am not sure. I just re-bound all the pdf's to include the directions the other day. I hope it worked. I am pasting the directions just in case, but please let me know if I have more work to do. Thanks!! Lorie
Snowman Literacy Centers
Beginning Sound Sort – After printing and laminating, I cut around the snow mats that have the letters on them. I punch a hole in the upper left corner and ring them together. I then cut out the snowmen, not really on the lines, just around them. I put Velcro dots on the mats and on the backs of the snowmen. Then the students just put the snowmen on the right snow scene.

Alphabet Magnet Mat- After laminating, I trim the edges. Students use a cookie sheet as their work space. I use a white paint pen to write the capital or lowercase letters on button magnets. The paint pen and button magnets are both at Walmart. Then depending on the level of your students, they can match capital to capital, lowercase to lowercase, or capital to lowercase. My kids love these magnet activities, and once you make the magnets, you can use them on all the magnet mats.

Capital and Lowercase Sequence Cards- After printing and laminating, I cut these cards apart and put magnets on the back. Students then use a cookie sheet as their work space and put the cards in order. We always start with the capital letters and an alphabet strip. Soon students progress to sequencing without an alphabet strip. Then they move on to lowercase cards and a lowercase alphabet strip, until they don’t have to have alphabet strips at all. This is great letter recognition practice.

Beginning Sound Clip Cards- After printing and laminating, I cut around the cards, not on the dotted lines, but close to them. It just makes them look cuter. You should end up with twelve cards. I punch a hole in the upper left corner and ring the cards together. Students then use clothes pins to clip the beginning sounds of the pictures.

Write the Room-Again, print and laminate. I cut around the snowmen, not on the lines. I included two sets of sight words that are labeled 1-10. You just tape the snowmen around the room. Then I give each student a clip board with their recording sheet. They think the clip boards are fabulous. They then go to each snowman, read the word, and write the word on the recording sheet beside the correct number.

Snowman Soup Game-This is a whole group activity. Just print, laminate and cut. I generally start out with the capital letters and put them in a pocket chart, not in order of course. I hide the candy cane cards, or little marshmallow cards behind some of the letters. Students then take turns naming the letters. If they name the letter correctly, I take out the card and see if a candy cane or marshmallow card is hiding behind it. If so, the kids get a little treat, usually a small candy cane, a marshmallow, or if they are lucky, a snowman peep.

I hope these directions explain everything clearly. If you still have specific questions, just contact me at my TPT store. I hope they work great for you!
January 2, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

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Sue G. re: Snowman Literacy Centers
Adorable. Can't wait to use them in my Kindergarten class. Quick question: pages 12, 32 and 49 are blank in my download, are there supposed to be directions for the centers?
December 31, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Snowman Literacy Centers
Beginning Sound Sort – After printing and laminating, I cut around the snow mats that have the letters on them. I punch a hole in the upper left corner and ring them together. I then cut out the snowmen, not really on the lines, just around them. I put Velcro dots on the mats and on the backs of the snowmen. Then the students just put the snowmen on the right snow scene.

Alphabet Magnet Mat- After laminating, I trim the edges. Students use a cookie sheet as their work space. I use a white paint pen to write the capital or lowercase letters on button magnets. The paint pen and button magnets are both at Walmart. Then depending on the level of your students, they can match capital to capital, lowercase to lowercase, or capital to lowercase. My kids love these magnet activities, and once you make the magnets, you can use them on all the magnet mats.

Capital and Lowercase Sequence Cards- After printing and laminating, I cut these cards apart and put magnets on the back. Students then use a cookie sheet as their work space and put the cards in order. We always start with the capital letters and an alphabet strip. Soon students progress to sequencing without an alphabet strip. Then they move on to lowercase cards and a lowercase alphabet strip, until they don’t have to have alphabet strips at all. This is great letter recognition practice.

Beginning Sound Clip Cards- After printing and laminating, I cut around the cards, not on the dotted lines, but close to them. It just makes them look cuter. You should end up with twelve cards. I punch a hole in the upper left corner and ring the cards together. Students then use clothes pins to clip the beginning sounds of the pictures.

Write the Room-Again, print and laminate. I cut around the snowmen, not on the lines. I included two sets of sight words that are labeled 1-10. You just tape the snowmen around the room. Then I give each student a clip board with their recording sheet. They think the clip boards are fabulous. They then go to each snowman, read the word, and write the word on the recording sheet beside the correct number. Snowman Soup Game-This is a whole group activity. Just print, laminate and cut. I generally start out with the capital letters and put them in a pocket chart, not in order of course. I hide the candy cane cards, or little marshmallow cards behind some of the letters. Students then take turns naming the letters. If they name the letter correctly, I take out the card and see if a candy cane or marshmallow card is hiding behind it. If so, the kids get a little treat, usually a small candy cane, a marshmallow, or if they are lucky, a snowman peep.

I hope these directions explain everything clearly. If you still have specific questions, just contact me at my TPT store. I hope they work great for you!
January 3, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

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Buyer re: Snowman Literacy Centers
How do you play the snowman soup game?
December 19, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Snowman Soup Game-This is a whole group activity. Just print, laminate and cut. I generally start out with the capital letters and put them in a pocket chart, not in order of course. I hide the candy cane cards, or little marshmallow cards behind some of the letters. Students then take turns naming the letters. If they name the letter correctly, I take out the card and see if a candy cane or marshmallow card is hiding behind it. If so, the kids get a little treat, usually a small candy cane, a marshmallow, or if they are lucky, a snowman peep.

I hope these directions explain everything clearly. If you still have specific questions, just contact me at my TPT store. I hope they work great for you!
January 3, 2013 Report inappropriate comment

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Lori T.
Do you have directions for the Snowman Literacy set? I love it, but I'm a little confused ;-)
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Snowman Literacy Centers
Beginning Sound Sort – After printing and laminating, I cut around the snow mats that have the letters on them. I punch a hole in the upper left corner and ring them together. I then cut out the snowmen, not really on the lines, just around them. I put Velcro dots on the mats and on the backs of the snowmen. Then the students just put the snowmen on the right snow scene.

Alphabet Magnet Mat- After laminating, I trim the edges. Students use a cookie sheet as their work space. I use a white paint pen to write the capital or lowercase letters on button magnets. The paint pen and button magnets are both at Walmart. Then depending on the level of your students, they can match capital to capital, lowercase to lowercase, or capital to lowercase. My kids love these magnet activities, and once you make the magnets, you can use them on all the magnet mats.

Capital and Lowercase Sequence Cards- After printing and laminating, I cut these cards apart and put magnets on the back. Students then use a cookie sheet as their work space and put the cards in order. We always start with the capital letters and an alphabet strip. Soon students progress to sequencing without an alphabet strip. Then they move on to lowercase cards and a lowercase alphabet strip, until they don’t have to have alphabet strips at all. This is great letter recognition practice.

Beginning Sound Clip Cards- After printing and laminating, I cut around the cards, not on the dotted lines, but close to them. It just makes them look cuter. You should end up with twelve cards. I punch a hole in the upper left corner and ring the cards together. Students then use clothes pins to clip the beginning sounds of the pictures.

Write the Room-Again, print and laminate. I cut around the snowmen, not on the lines. I included two sets of sight words that are labeled 1-10. You just tape the snowmen around the room. Then I give each student a clip board with their recording sheet. They think the clip boards are fabulous. They then go to each snowman, read the word, and write the word on the recording sheet beside the correct number. Snowman Soup Game-This is a whole group activity. Just print, laminate and cut. I generally start out with the capital letters and put them in a pocket chart, not in order of course. I hide the candy cane cards, or little marshmallow cards behind some of the letters. Students then take turns naming the letters. If they name the letter correctly, I take out the card and see if a candy cane or marshmallow card is hiding behind it. If so, the kids get a little treat, usually a small candy cane, a marshmallow, or if they are lucky, a snowman peep.

I hope these directions explain everything clearly. If you still have specific questions, just contact me at my TPT store. I hope they work great for you!
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Do you have a blog Lorie?
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Hello 1st Friends,
Yes I do have a blog, but unfortunately, I can't seem to keep it up-to-date. That's my goal after Christmas. It's alphabetfarm.blogspot.com. I hope you will revisit!
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Buyer re: Free Snowman Centers
I love your snowman pack. However, there are no directions for the snowman soup game. Could you please provide some?
Thank you,
Denise Varel
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
So sorry!!
The snowman soup game is so much fun. The letters or numbers go in a pocket chart. You hide the candy canes or marshmallows behind some of the letters. The students identify a letter and if that letter has a candy cane behind it, they get a small candy cane treat. It's tons of fun and can be adapted for any holiday. You can use eggs at Easter, or hearts on Valentine's. The list goes on and on. You can also change the skill to sight words, or number facts, just what ever skill you are working on. I hope you enjoy!
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Buyer re: Noah's Ark Number Puzzle
Enjoyed your presentation today in Gatlinburg. Please add all of your center ideas to your store as fast as you can. Also, could you make the puzzles with letters for sequencing. You could vary the letters that you started with. My students in 1st grade RTI need extra practice with sequencing letters from any point.
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Buyer re: Farm Center Printables
I love your products. Can you make a series of lower case traceables with the frog, so it can be used anytime of the year?

Thanks,
Kathy
kcf0609@aol.com
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Lorie, You should try out madebyteachers(dot)com too. It's new and growing. Free membership with code NEWSHOP for this commission free site. I was asked to pass it on. I think it's ok to sell in multiple stores. I do.
My question- I'm new to selling. My products are free, but I will sell soon. Can you share some of your experience with selling? You have tons of products posted. 251. . . Wow! My free products are very popular. Do you find that posting many products has helped you earn money? Thanks.

I'm going to follow your TpT store. Would you check out and maybe follow mine? My store has some free fall clip art I posted last week that has been popular. Thanks! :)
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Hello D Kelly,
I will have to check out the madebyteachers.com website. Thanks for sharing. Well, I wish I had some great words of wisdom to share with you about selling, but I am quite new at this too (6 months). Most of my stuff I have made for my kindergarten classroom, so it just seemed crazy not to try to sell it since alot of it was already made. I do have lots of things to sell, but it was just easier for me to add them how they already were instead of wasting time to put things together. I am very simple. I don't really like to have to write down explanations and show people how I used it in my classroom. What you see is what you get!! I have been pleased with my sells so far. I sell about 100-150 products each month, except summer. That's better than nothing!! I hope your store goes well. I am checking out your site right now.
Good Luck, Lorie
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Buyer re: Spring Lowercase Alphabet Mat
Can you please make some alphabet mats to include the Spanish Alphabet letters. I Teach a K BILINGUAL Class, both in upper and lower case (Ch, Ñ, Ll, ch, ñ and ll)
August 28, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Hello mdsoto,
Thanks for your interest. I will see what I can do for you. Give me about a week.
Thanks,
Lorie
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Debrah A. re: Sight Word Sentences Cut and Paste
Hello Lorie,
I was wondering if these words are Dolch sight words? They look like they might be but you would know for sure. I love this activity. Thank you.
Dezbie
Sacramento, CA
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Hello Dezbie,
Thanks for your interest. I think most of these are dolch sight words. I may have added a few c-v-c words like jet and van so I could have additional nouns to make sentences. My kids loved doing these!! They were totally independent after about a week. They enjoyed that.
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Lisa Thornton  (TpT Seller) re: Astronaut Sight Words
Hi,
Are these just pre-primer or do they include primer words as well?
Thank you,
Lisa
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Hello Lisa,
Thanks for your interest. Here is a list of the sight words that are included in the flashcards: I, can, we, the, like, a, see, go, to, have, is, play, are, for, you, this, do, and, what, little, said, here, was, she, he, has, look, with, not. of, me, my, where, good, morning, picture, away, big, blue, funny, come, down, find, help, it, in, jump, make, one, red, run, three, two, up, yellow, green, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. If you want more words, just send them to me. I will be glad to add them for you!
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Buyer re: Circus Clown Number Flashcards
How high do these numbers go??
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Hello,
The clown flashcards go up to number 20. If you would like them to go higher, just let me know and I will get them ready for you.
Thanks,
Lorie
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Lori D. re: Transportation Lowercase Alphabet Mat
Hi. How large are the white circles on this activity? Thank you. Just curious, where is a good place to get button magnets?
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Hi Lj,
The white circles are about nickel size. The button magnets are at Walmart. They are about $6.87 (I think)for 52 magnets. The good thing is, once you make the magnets, you can use them with all the alphabet mats. In class, we start out by matching capital to capital, then we match lowercase to lowercase, and finally we match capital to lowercase. My kids love this activity. I use a white paint pen to write the letters on the magnets. They are also at Walmart for about $2.87. Let me know if you need more info.
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Courtney S. re: Farm Addition Clip Card Math Center
I just bought this and was wondering if you cut them out so the students can clip them? If so, there is not space between the boxes so they don't appear to cut nicely...Also, I was wondering if you had all of the basic number facts like 0+1 and 1+0 and so on...These look wonderful though, I'm excited to use them, thank you!!
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
OK Cb, You should be ready to go! Just down load the new version. I added two pages of smaller addition facts and put more space between the cards. Hope this works for you.
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Buyer re: Easter Sight Words
Sorry, Lori...just saw your response to my question below. Thanks for your willingness to make more cards with the words I teach! I'll get back with you shortly to let you know what words I need that aren't included. Thanks SO MUCH for your talent and creativity!!!

Roni Oliver
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Buyer re: Easter Sight Words
Hi, Lorie! Can you please tell me how many sight words are included in this packet? Thanks!

Roni Oliver
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Buyer
Thank you sooooo much! This is perfect for my Kinders. At this time of the year they are working on higher numbers. Thank you for taking the extra time to help and make the extra cards! Katec100
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
You are so welcome, Kate. Let me know if you need anything else!
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Buyer re: Easter Number Flashcards
Hello! These are so cute! Do you plan on expanding these to 30 or do you have a blank page that I could write the numbers on myself? Thank you! KC
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Hi Kate,
I just added numbers 21-30 to the flashcards. You should be able to download it again and get the newer version. let me know if you have any trouble. Thanks!
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Buyer re: Easter Sight Word Game
Hi there, Lorie! I am VERY interested in purchasing this sight word game, but I was wondering if you would be willing to send me the sight words that are included in the game. Also, if there are certain sight words that I teach my kinders that might be missing from the game, would you be willing to make additional sight word cards that would match the ones you have created that I could purchase? Thanks SO MUCH!!!

Smiles,
Ramona Oliver/Kindergarten/Indiana
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Lorie Duggins  (TpT Seller)
Hello Ramona,
Thanks for your interest. Here is a list of the sight words that are included in the flashcards: I, can, we, the, like, a, see, go, to, have, is, play, are, for, you, this, do, and, what, little, said, here, was, she, he, has, look, with, not. of, me, my, where, good, morning, picture, away, big, blue, funny, come, down, find, help, it, in, jump, make, one, red, run, three, two, up, yellow, green, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. If you want more words, just send them to me. I will be glad to add them for you!
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