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Compound Cards

14 pages|Grades: F - 4

Twenty-six cards connecting compound words.

Print out the Compound Cards and cut along the line. Laminate each card and instruct students to write the two words for each picture and then the compound word when they are put together.

Use a whiteboard marker so the cards can be wiped clean and used again.

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