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Each set has 33 or more Edmark Level 1 words, in order. The first set covers the first 33 words, the next set covers the next 33 words, and so on. There are 5 sets in all. The worksheets are divided this way so you can give it a try first, to see if it works for your classroom.
Every worksheet covers 3 words. There are 4 squares on each page, and each square activity can be answered using the three words at the top.
It is divided into 4 sections for versatility or differentiation. It is easily cut into sections for keeping or rearranging. It can be handed out as NO PREP worksheets, or compiled into books, laminated, or given as a more simple assignment.
Every worksheet includes a new word as well as the last two. This means that every word is exercised 4 times on 3 different pages. The repetition is systematic, and helps to imprint!
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