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Sequencing: Cut and Paste Activities | Paperback

by Evan Moor (Author)


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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  Evan Moor Educational Publishers
Page Count:  40 Pages
Publication Date:  January 01, 1979
Sales Rank:  94885th


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FEATURES


• Grades K - 1st
• Size: 8.5" X 11"
• 40 pages


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Product Description
How did the caterpillar become a butterfly? Ask your students to put a sequence of four pictures in the right order and theyll tell you. Its just one of the 20 activities in Sequencing, Cut and Paste Activities many of which are open ended, that invite your kindergarten and first grade students to cut and paste a series of simple, charming illustrations.

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