"Twas the Night Before Christmas" Interactive Read Aloud Printable

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This pdf file contains a copy of Clement C. Moore's famous poem, "Twas the Night Before Christmas", plus a printable template for printing out interactive read aloud notes (ready to go) onto post-it notes. Print the notes and place them inside your copy of the book or onto your read aloud copy provided in this file. This is a ready to go interactive read aloud lesson!


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"Twas the Night Before Christmas" Interactive Read Aloud Printable

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