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Amy Allen
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Early Childhood, Primary

Where is the mouse? One Page Picture Where Is Mouse? If you take a mouse to the movies Basic concepts spatial vocabulary prepositions

Use this as a supplement to the book "If you take a Mouse to the Movies" to target basic conept/spatial vocabulary with early developmental ranges.  Use a sentence strip on each page to work on syntax.  Leave the spatial word off and students can supply the correct word in the sentence.  (Cloze procedure)

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