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  1. RockerMom a.k.a. Jen
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    These are great! I think Robbie would love acrostic poems. Have a Happy Christmas!

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  2. Julie@teachinggoodea
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    Great ideas! By the way, if you actually wanted to make your words magnetic, I just discovered that you can buy a magnetic vent cover from Dollar Tree for a dollar. It is a magnet on one side and white paper on the other side. You can use a sharpie to write any words you want on it and then cut them apart… so easy and inexpensive!

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  3. Lisa M
    Lisa M at |

    It's always fun to come up with new things. My daughter wrote a poem today and then made a Christmas ornament to match it to give to Grandma!

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  4. Pam Barnhill
    Pam Barnhill at |

    I love these and am going to add them to our routine for the new year. Especially that last one which so sneakily adds math too! Thanks for sharing.

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  5. The girl who painted
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    @RockerMom – Merry Christmas, too! @Julie- that is a great idea! Thanks for leaving that in the comments. @ Lisa – Your daughter sounds very creative!@Pam – You are welcome. I hope they go over well with your kids. Bear's favorite is the Word Box.

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