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Contractions Folding Cards


$1.99 or Free on Plus | 16 pages (PDF)|Grades: 1 - 3

A set of 21 contractions folding cards.

Print out the cards on heavy card stock and fold along the dotted line. Students fold the cards to cover the end of the word on the left to show where the two words join together, using the apostrophe to make the contraction.

Also contains a sheet of blank cards.

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Love it.

Jared Bruning 路 Aug 15th, 2019

Hi Jared, that’s great you are enjoying these folding cards. Thanks for letting us know!

Tom (Teach Starter) 路 Aug 15th, 2019

love this, what a time saver!

Robyn Goldick 路 Jul 5th, 2015

Thanks for the kind comment Robyn.Glad to hear you’re finding them useful 馃檪

路 Jul 6th, 2015

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